Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Faulty Towers at EDSA Shangri-La, Manila

Edsa Shangri-La, Manila’s Paparazzi Italian restaurant presents the long loved and internationally heralded “Faulty Towers,” a dinner theatre production by Interactive Theatre International, for dinner on October 2 to 4 and lunch on October 4.

You may be wondering, what happens on these dinner theatre productions?  Well, much of it is pure entertainment, mixed with up with a great dinner!  Learn about my first ever dinner theatre experience here with Casino Fatale Mystery Dinner night 

Faulty Towers’ Manila ensemble, their first effort in the Philippines, features Karen Hamilton as Sybil, Anthony Sottile as Manuel, and Rob Langston as Basil, who have all taken the world by storm touring over 20 countries with sold out seasons at the Sydney Opera House and the famed Royal Albert Hall in the United Kingdom. The seasoned thespians will then welcome diners to their newly opened Faulty Towers restaurant to witness a hilarious battle of wits through their ingenious, comedic improvisation performance.

No one is safe from bursting into fits of laughter, with only a third of the show actually scripted and diners asked to take part in the various skits as the night goes along. From kitchen disasters, missed reservations to opening day jitters, the Faulty Tower cast promises a deliciously entertaining show that will leave guests wanting more.

The night is made even more special with a four-course dinner specially prepared by Edsa Shangri-La, Manila’s executive sous chef Robert Cauchi set at Php3,450 net, and Php5,000 net with wine pairing. Pre-dinner cocktails are served at 7 p.m.

For bookings and inquiries, please contact Paparazzi though (63 2) 633 8888 or email   For updates and exclusive offers, follow Edsa Shangri-La, Manila on social media through and on Twitter and Instagram @edsashangrila.

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