The Flood Gallery & Tim Doyle Release: “Don’t Mention The War” A Tribute To Fawlty Towers

In 1975 and 1979, the BBC ran one of the funniest TV sitcoms EVER produced.  “Fawlty Towers” was created, written and starred the legendary English actor and comedian, John Cleese.


The show was based off a real life experience that Cleese had in 1970 and the rest is history.  12 episodes of laugh out loud, rude, humor that always left you wanting more.  Whether it was Basil Fawlty’s brutal treatment of their Spanish Waiter, Manuel, or Basil’s controlling wife, Sybil, this show left an indelible impression on a generation of fans and creatives.

One of London’s premier boutique galleries, The Flood Gallery, has just commissioned U.S. artist Tim Doyle to pay homage to the series that influenced countless actors, in the years that followed the shows release.

fawlty WEB

“Don’t Mention The War!” by Tim Doyle

12″ X 24″

Silk Screen, Signed and Numbered edition of 150



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