Win tickets to interactive Faulty Towers Dining Experience, The Wedding Reception and Pamela's Palace

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The List are partnering up with Interactive Theatre International to offer three lucky winners a pair of tickets to one of their 10th Fringe anniversary shows in their swanky new venue. Expect lashings of laughter, huge spoonfuls of spontaneity and plenty of participation in a true blend of ingenious comedy.

With over 70% of it improvised and some new script, every show is different – though chaos always reigns as Basil, Sybil and Manuel serve a three-course meal with The Faulty Towers Dining Experience.

Pamela is the hard won queen of a buzzing beauty salon but behind the glamour, there are secrets that threaten to bring the walls of her suburban Palace crumbling down.

The Wedding Reception is an unbeatable theatrical dining experience which sees bride and groom, Kate and Will, expecting a small party to celebrate their wedding. But Kate’s parents have other plans...

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Faulty Towers Dining Experience, The Wedding Reception and Pamela's Palace
Thu 2 - Mon 27
Various times
The Principal Hotel
19–21 George Street
Edinburgh EH2 2PB
Faulty Towers Dining Experience
The Wedding Reception
Pamela's Palace

Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience

Trademark mix-ups from the Faulty Towers hotel staff served alongside a three course meal.

JobServe Community Stadium, Colchester

Thu 8 Nov


  • 19:00

Radisson Blu Edwardian, London WC1B

Sun 21 Oct


Thu 25 Oct


Fri 26 Oct


…and 104 more dates until 2 Jun 2019

The Wedding Reception

From the producers of Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience comes this immersive comedy experience, which is based around the story of a surprise wedding reception.

Pamela's Palace

Bittersweet comedy celebrating the vulnerability and strength of everyone trying to make their way in an unforgiving world.

Terms & conditions

Competition closes 15 August 2018. No cash alternative. The List's usual rules apply.