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#1 Post by Beate » Wed Jul 14, 2010 1:34 pm

£10 Dreamboats & Petticoats tickets worth £50
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You can get top price tickets to Dreamboats and Petticoats for just £10. They're usually £50 so you're saving a hefty £40. The offer's for Mon-Sat performances but excludes Sat evening.

To get them, book online through this Ambassador tickets link: ... re/WhatsOn and enter code EXCLUSIVE when prompted. You can also call 0844 871 7631 quoting ‘exclusive offer’ before Sun 31 July.

You'll have to p*y a £3 transaction fee. It's per transaction and not per ticket, so if you're going with friends it's worth b*ying all the tickets at once, so you can split the fee.

The comedy features some of the greatest hit songs of the Rock ‘n’ Roll era and is on at London’s Playhouse Theatre.

The deal: £10 top price tickets. Valid: Mon-Sat performances. How: Book online with code EXCLUSIVE or call 0844 871 7631 quoting 'exclusive offer'. Expires: Sat 31 July. Excludes: Saturday evening performances. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Offer from: Dreamboats and Petticoats. Restrictions: Subject to availability.
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Re: £10 Dreamboats & Petticoats tickets worth £50

#2 Post by biggins » Wed Jul 14, 2010 1:40 pm

Saw this last year when it came to Edinburgh and it was an excellent show with some of the audience getting up to rock and roll in the aisles to the music - we pa*d full price for tickets so this is a bargain. o/
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Re: £10 Dreamboats & Petticoats tickets worth £50

#3 Post by Doris » Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:38 pm

My parents went to see this show 2 weeks ago, they said it was fantastic, they were dancing in the aisles at the end !!!

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Kids go free to best West End Shows for three week run*

#4 Post by anakin » Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:12 pm

Kids Week in the West End has been extended to run for three weeks, with shows and activities taking place from August 13 – 27. Now in its 13th successful year, Kids Week, established by the Society of London Theatre, offers an action packed schedule of theatrical fun with a range of free workshops and events in addition to free tickets.

The ticket deal is simple - one child (aged between 5 and 16) will be able to go absolutely free to any participating show when accompanied by a full p*ying adult, and up to two more children can go half price.

Hundreds of children have been snapping up the chance to book for a variety of free activities and workshops designed to engage and inspire the next generation of theatre lovers and linked in with a variety of Kids Week shows including Burn the Floor, Hair, Blood Brothers and The 39 Steps.
Children can peek backstage, learn to dance, sing with the cast and tread the boards, or enjoy exclusive post-show Q&As with the stars. Tamzin Outhwaite, who is currently playing Sweet Charity at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, said: "Kids Week is the perfect summer treat and gives children an amazing opportunity to experience theatre up close."

Tickets for Kids Week are currently on sale via the Kids Week Ticketmaster hotline 0844 248 5151 and online at ...
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Re: £10 Dreamboats & Petticoats tickets worth £50

#5 Post by ClareCc » Sun Aug 01, 2010 12:00 am

Went to see this musical yesterday. Was fantastic!! there was lots of singing and dancing. Very lively! The most amazing part was how they have managed to build a story out of the songs. Anyone who get the 10 pound deal is a super saving.

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£10 Mondays at the Royal Court Theatre

#6 Post by prettyxcool » Mon Aug 30, 2010 10:48 am

This year the Royal Court Theatre in partnership with French Wines is offering tickets to performances on a Monday evening for a mere tenner, while providing great value, excellent quality tipples to enjoy before and after the performance. ‘Clybourne Park’ (Aug 26-Oct 2), by playwright Bruce Norris of Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company, is a modern take on race, property and the connection between the two; it stars Martin Freeman, Sophie Thompson, Steffan Rhodri and Lucian Msamati.

The Washington Post called it a delectable comedy of inadvertent bad manners’. ‘Tribes’ (Oct 14-Nov 13) by Nina Raine is directed by Roger Michell, whose career started at the Royal Court as an apprentice before he went on to direct films like ‘Notting Hill’ and ‘Enduring Love’. Raine’s play is an examination of family, belonging and failed communication.In the smaller Jerwood Theatre Upstairs are ‘Wanderlust’ (Sept 9-Oct 9), Nick Payne’s tale of a married woman struggling to stay interested in her husband’s sexual advances, and ‘Red Bud’ (Oct 21-Nov 13), Chicago writer Brett Neveu’s story about five old friends on a camping trip to revisit the Motocross championship that was the focus of their teenage summers.Also, the stylish and spacious Royal Court Café Bar, set within the 19th-century auditorium pit, is serving a keenly priced wine list made up exclusively of 29 French wines.

Why not start with the wine of the month and work your way around the regions, with the money you’ve saved on your ticket? And if you come for dinner, you’ll find a menu of top-class London produce with suggestions of superb wines to go with each dish.

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Sister Act Tickets at The London Palladium for £9.50

#7 Post by wolverina2411 » Tue Sep 07, 2010 12:07 pm

Exclusive £9.50 Sister Act Tickets
Performances from 1 - 30 September 2010
The London Palladium, London

Don’t miss your last chance to see Sister Act at the world famous London Palladium – must end on 30th October!
Starring Patina Miller as Deloris Van Cartier, in the role made famous by Whoopi Goldberg, the show features singing and dancing nuns, sinister gangsters and a fabulous disco score. This is the ultimate feel-good night out!

Book your seat for £9.50 now!

I booked it just now (it's £10.50 actually, may be £1 processing fee) but still a bargain for a stall seat (I checked at ticketmaster the price is £70). So, I'm happy and hope making someone else happy too.

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Re: Theatre/show discounts

#8 Post by tilly » Mon Sep 13, 2010 2:00 pm

Experience great theatre up close. Be challenged, be inspired, and see life from a new perspective - for free!

A Night Less Ordinary is an Arts Council England scheme, supported by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, to get more young people into theatres across the country. The £2.5 million scheme will provide 618,000 free theatre tickets to anyone under 26 in more than 200 venues across England between February 2009 and March 2011.

TRW is offering free tickets to under 26 year olds to selected shows each season, look out for the logo in our season brochure, download an application form here (one per applicant) and either email it to, drop it in at the box office or call 01962 840440 (not bookable online).

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Re: Theatre/show discounts

#9 Post by andrews » Thu Oct 21, 2010 7:39 am

I don't know where to place this - This is London are giving away 500 tickets to see Dirty Dancing. ... roffersall
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Re: Theatre/show discounts

#10 Post by wolverina2411 » Fri Oct 22, 2010 4:17 pm

The Sun promo is up again. STOMP is up for grab at £10.50 (including booking fee). ... =id1thesun

got mine for stall seat row G for early Nov. Can't wait to go cause reviews seem to be really exciting!

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