Are you a fam of Killnasully and Fawlty Towers? Then you’ll love The House that Jack Filled.
Full of clever pranks, slapstick humour and a stunning set this show will have you keeled over with belly laughs!
Jack McNally owns a hotel with 13 rooms, all of them sunny. Originally built by his parents beside “a river as big as the sea”, it’s a cosy, pokey falling-downy type of place and Jack wouldn’t have it any other way. It is his home and his livelihood.
Unfortunately, his loyal patrons have finally abandoned its creaking walls and Jack needs to literally reinvent himself as well as the hotel. Jack has a genius plan to fill his hotel with imaginary guests. What ensues is a laugh-out-loud Fawlty Towers style comedy that is an absolute howl!
Louis Lovett (aka Deiter from Killinaskully) plays the eponymous hero and all the guests which is no mean feat considering the freakish tics and traits that define them.
Louis has countless TV film and radio appearances to his credit and over the past twenty years he has worked with children of all ages through theatre and music. He is Ireland’s most experienced and critically acclaimed actor for young audiences.
The House That Jack Filled comes to Thurles following rave reviews at the Dublin Theatre Festival and Baboro International Arts Festival for Children.
Audiences young and old are loving this hilarious production. It promises to be the hit show this season and early booking is advised.
The House that Jack Filled features at the Source on Thursday, November 29th (10am) with a family show at 7pm. On Friday, November 30th you can see The House that Jack Filled at 10am. Tickets are priced at E8, E25 for a family of four and E5 for school groups with teachers free of charge.
For bookings please visit thesourceartscentre.ie or call the box office on 0504 90204.