See the 'Faulty Towers the Dining Experience' at the Muster this year.
See the 'Faulty Towers the Dining Experience' at the Muster this year.

Faulty Towers at the 2010 Muster

YOU’VE seen the highly regarded television series, now come and join Basil, Sybil and Manuel as they present ‘Faulty Towers the Dining Experience’ at the Optus National Music Muster.

The Optus Muster, held from August 24-29 at Amamoor Creek State Forest Park, is excitedly anticipating the production which will be presented by the world-renowned Interactive Theatre Company Australia.

“The productions of the ‘Boy From Oz’ and ‘Grease the Musical’ at the last two Musters have been exceptional, and we are really looking forward to taking it to the next level for Muster patrons this year,” Muster co-ordinator, Brian Sansom said.

“We are pleased to host the production after their 16 week sell-out tour in the Netherlands, and appearances at the Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy Festivals,” Brian said.

Made famous by John Cleese and Connie Booth in the British sit-com ‘Fawlty Towers’, the Interactive Theatre Australia are now in their 14th year of impersonating the characters, and plan to embark on a tour through Ireland, England, Scotland, and Wales, including their third appearance to a sell-out crowd at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, following the Muster.

Marketing chairman Carl Green said that Faulty Towers the Dining Experience was anticipated to be a great experience for muster-goers, even for those who are not familiar with the television series.

“The 2010 Optus Muster is one not to be missed!” Carl said.

The 2010 Music Muster is on from August 24 to 29 at Amamoor Creek State Forest Park. For more information visit www.muster.com.au or phone (07) 5482 2099.

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