Theatre Fun

BATD ON Mar 06, 2009 AT 4:26 pm

La Cage

La Cage

We have a host of offers this month on some of the West End’s hottest shows. Check out our theatre club www.westendtheatre.com/beautyandthedirt for dinner deals and with up to a staggering 30% off many top price seats, you’ll be bagging a serious bargain. Why not treat mother dearest to a spot of thespian fun just in time for Mother’s Day? Take a look at our selection of the best shows available now.

La Cage Aux Folles
Save a massive £19
on La Cage Aux Folles, join Graham Norton as Albin, the dazzling drag artiste star of the La Cage aux Folles club.  Follow the escapades of Albin and Georges (played by Steven Pacey) as they pull out all the stops to save the La Cage aux Folles club from closure. With a host of glittering costumes and show stopping numbers, you’ll want to see the show over and over again. Graham Norton also gives a stand out performance and is an absolute joy to watch on stage.

A View from the Bridge

A View from the Bridge

A View from the Bridge
Enjoy dinner at Spaghetti House and an upper circle ticket for ‘A View from the Bridge’ for a mere £33.50 per person.  Hailed as one of the great classics, Arthur Miller’s deeply moving play proved to be a milestone in theatrical history. The current production stars Ken Stott, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and Hayley Atwell and is directed by Olivier Award-winning Lindsay Posner. The story follows Dockworker Eddie Carbone in 1950’s Brooklyn. He agrees to house his wife’s Italian cousins who arrive illegally into the country, but his act of kindness results in earth shattering consequences for both him and his family.

Burnt by the Sun

Burnt by the Sun

Burnt by the Sun
Save £10.00 on a top price tickets for Burnt by the Sun. This fabulous thriller is based on the Russian/French movie that won the Oscar for best foreign film in 1994. The story begins in 1936 with Colonel Kotov, a hero of the Russian Revolution. In the first act we see him enjoying the summer in the country with his beautiful young wife and family. His whole existence is soon plunged into turmoil as his wife’s former lover returns from a long and unexplained absence. Kotov’s turmoil is also highlighted by the horrifying backdrop of Stalin’s rule. This moving story is mesmerizing and will have you gripped to the very end.

If this has whet your thespian appetite, then why not check out www.westendtheatre.com/beautyandthedirt for more fantastic offers.

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