Packages to suit all budgets and get togethers
At our hotel, we've crafted a number of packages to suit every budget. Take a look below to see if any tick your boxes. Alternatively call us directly on to discuss your special event with us.
Faulty Towers Dining Experience
Experience the Experience at the Holiday Inn Brighton Seafront!
-Saturday 21st July 2018
-Just £49.95 per person to include a three course meal and a 2 hour show.
-Doors open at 6.30pm
-Show starts at 7pm
Contact our team today to book your tickets on 01273 828 255 or email email@example.com
£10 deposit payment per person required
Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
This globetrotting show is truly quite legendary, selling out in places like Edinburgh Fringe and Sydney Opera House. It debuts at the Holiday Inn Brighton-Seafront, but be warned: it will sell out here too, so early booking is essential.
Basil, Sybil and Manuel serve a 3-course meal along with plenty of laughs and audience participation in this 5-star immersive show – a show that’s never the same twice, because it’s 70% improvised. It’s great for comedy and theatre fans, as well as anyone who just fancies going out for an unforgettable meal and a hugely good time. This true blend of ingenious comedy and unique theatrical script is a multi-sensory treat where chaos reigns right from the start.
- ‘Hilarious!’ What’s on London
- ‘Outrageously funny’, BroadwayBaby, Edinburgh Fringe
Born in Australia in 1997, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is a worldwide hit, performed in around 20 countries a year by 10 teams of actors at the top of their profession. Highlights of 2018 include a string of return visits to Fringe Festivals in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne and Edinburgh, and tours in Europe, Scandinavia, Asia, Australia and the Caribbean. With an ongoing residency, too, in the heart of London’s theatre land, it’s clear that Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is the most successful interactive comedy show of its kind.
- ‘Fantastic!’ What’s on Stage, Birmingham REP
- ‘A two-hour eat, drink and laugh sensation’ The Daily Telegraph
- ‘Nothing faulty about this evening of superb food and comedy’ Limelight Magazine, Sydney Opera House