10:10am Wednesday 6th April 2011
The extremely funny Father Ted was a huge hit on our televisions during the 1990’s, now you have the chance to interact with the characters in a hilarious tribute show.
Father Ted – The Dinner show will be at the Diplomat Hotel, Felinfoel on Friday, April 22.
No longer exiled to The Parochial House on Craggy Island, the trio of famous priests are now touring the mainland and causing havoc and mayhem wherever they go!
Prepare to be entertained by the much loved and extravagant Father Ted Crilly who has a habit of getting into awkward situations, the young, dim witted Father Dougal McGuire and famously drunk since 1936 the alcoholic swear machine Father Jack Hackett!
Mrs Doyle, the housekeeper is in towand only has one purpose – to supply the priests and guests with copious amounts of tea, usually against their will.
Not forgetting the foul – mouthed and lecherous Bishop Brennan who may just turn up to cast a shadow over the evening’s events!
Featuring all the best comic moments and a great meal, Father Ted – The Dinner Show is a hilarious piece of interactive comedy at its best. Having won rave reviews and sell out performances throughout the UK and Ireland this is a show not to be missed, simply an unforgettable dining experience!
The three course meal and show is priced at £25pp and can be reserved by ringing 01554 756156 - book early to avoid disappointment.
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