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Laughlines Comedy Entertainment – Press Reviews

 Laughlines continue to receive great reviews in both National and Local press

The National Press

Laughlines – Ranked in the top five guide to the best theme breaks in the UK by the Mirror Newspaper.

Daily Mirror

The Hotel Gleneagles in Torquay may look like a scene from Eldorado but its Tribute Night is pure gold and certainly not of the fools variety.

The Metro

The Laughlines Tribute Night is pure gold !

The Metro

Most of the direct laughs came from John Tearney’s Manuel, Michael Wilson-Green’s Basil drives the shows energy and Wren Chapman’s drunken Sybil is just superb

The Metro

It’s three hours of non stop fun and comedy all the way, with people laughing so much they ended up in tears

The Sun

Frantic comic capers and hilarious moments In a fantastic three hour interactive tribute to the most famous hotelier in the land, Basil Fawlty

Sunday Express

The Local Press

A perfect night of interactive comedy, that left your sides aching, your cheeks burning, your eyes watering from all laughing

Jersey Evening Post

Basil, Sybil & Manuel meal is huge hit.

Harrogate Advertiser

The night just got funnier and funnier, I found the performance just superb, the Laughlines team entertained over 100 guests of all ages With hilarious live sketches wonderfully improvised.  With guests participating in fits of Laughter. The only sad thing is, that Laughlines shows sell out so fast, guests might not witness a night that good for a long time.

Harrogate Advertiser

An absolutely Fawltless performance.

Yorkshire Post

Happy diners enjoyed a superb experience !

Fromby Gazette

An amazing piece of Dinner Theatre.

Newmarket Holidays

Flawlessly Fawlty! Laughlines provided a hilarious evening and lived up to their name.

Herald Express

Guests at Laughlines interactive comedy theme evenings are now able to enjoy the talents of well known actors
from popular television programmes, including, Zoie Kennedy, best newcomer at the National Television awards.

Harrogate Today

From an awful mix up with the arriving guests coats to a truly nightmarish sequence involving a vacuum cleaner Basil & Manuel ( Actors Stephen and Michael from the Yorkshire based Laughlines theatre company) did not let up once in the slapstick stakes”. “It was a very clever way of breaking the ice and encouraging you to laugh at yourself as well as others” “Michael as Manuel was near perfect, particularly his vocal impersonation which was indistinguishable from Andrew Sach’s original.

Seven Newspaper

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