Other Hotel Events
Fools @ Fawlty Towers Comedy Dining – Friday 23rd October 2020
Boycie has organised a surprise 50th Birthday Party for Del Boy and has booked the function Suite at Fawlty Towers, Basil is not happy, but Sybil is looking forward to a fabulous night.
Rodney and Cassandra have got the message that it is fancy dress party, but can you guess who they will arrive as?
What can possibly go wrong? Come along and find out from 7pm.
Four professional actors will portray different characters during the evenings entertainment including, Basil, Del Boy, Rodney, Manuel, Uncle Albert, Trigger, Sybil, Boycie, Slater, Raquel, Tony and Cassandra.
£39.95 per person including a 3 course meal.
Please note, tickets must be purchased online at skiddle.com or by contacting our sales team.
The Skatonics, Friday 6th November 2020
Dreamboats and Petticoats Tribute Lunch – Sunday 17th January 2021
A talk about the Psychology of Serial Killers, with Jennifer Rees – Tuesday 23rd February 2021
Join expert forensics lecturer Jennifer Rees to explore one of Forensic Psychology’s most troubling topics. During this talk, you will discover how serial killers are classified. What are the differences between lust killers like the BTK (Bind, Torture, Kill) Killer and visionary killers such as David Berkowitz (Son of Sam)?
Jennifer will explore the different categories, using case studies to illustrate. She will also debunk common Serial Killer Myths – you may be surprised by what you learn!
Jennifer will discuss the typical differences between males and female serial killers, again, incorporating case studies to illustrate. You will also investigate the phenomenon of killer couples such as Fred and Rose West and The Moors Murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, as well exploring the Folie à deux syndrome a.k.a ‘shared psychosis’.
Why do women fall in love with known serial killers? Jennifer will discuss the clinical knowledge surrounding why serial killers gain admirers, fan mail, and even spouses in light of their atrocious crimes. Learn about Hybristophilia, and the astounding case of the Night Crawler’s trial.
How common are homicidal fantasies? Have you ever fantasized about killing someone? You may be surprised by the results of the research!
Identifying John and Jane Does – how are victims identified? You will watch a fascinating time-lapse video of facial reconstruction on the skull of a discovered body.
Tickets from £19, plus £1.95 booking fee. Tickets must be booked online here.