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#341 Post by canadian_turtle » Tue Mar 04, 2014 12:21 pm

#UWE students can get £5 tickets for our run in Bristol this week until Saturday with the code STUDENT5 #happydays pic.twitter.com/P1r8Oipp84

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Re: Theatre/show discounts

#342 Post by fetta » Tue Mar 04, 2014 1:49 pm

ENO's RIGOLETTO TWO-FOR-ONE OFFER*(Sung and subtitled in English)
Five performances remaining: 5, 7, 10, 12 & 14 March
There are dress circle tickets at £30 each still available, so £30 for a couple of tickets not bad at all!
Get two tickets for the price of one with this special offer*:
Book online at eno.org/rigoletto
Choose two seats (or multiples of two) normally priced £99 or below
Proceed to checkout
Enter promocode ENOVERDI when prompted
*Terms & Conditions
Two tickets for the price of one offer is only applicable to performances of Rigoletto
Offer is not available on seats priced at £110
Once the promocode is applied, each ticket will show as half the face value
This offer excludes Secret Seats
The offer is strictly limited, at the management's discretion and not available retrospectively
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Re: Theatre/show discounts

#343 Post by canadian_turtle » Wed Mar 05, 2014 10:57 am

Monty Python's Spamalot best available tickets for £13.50 (save up to £50) if you book by midnight today in the 24 hour sale:

http://onlinetheatretickets.entstix.com ... s/spamalot
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Re: Theatre/show discounts

#344 Post by tilly » Wed Mar 12, 2014 10:53 am

Manchester Cake & Bake Show, 2 x tix £2.50 (RRP £30)*
Code will go live at 2.30pm on Thu. 50% off once 'freebies' have gone

500 pairs avail


Enter the code which we’ll publish here at 2.30pm on Thu 13 Mar online at The Cake & Bake Show* booking page to get a pair of tickets to the Manchester show on Sun 6 Apr for just the £2.50 booking fee (usually £30.50 all in).

There are 500 pairs available on a first come, first served basis and it's strictly one pair per household.

There's also a 50% off code, valid until Tue 25 Mar for when the 'free' tickets have all gone (we’ll set it live then). This will take the price of an adult ticket for the show on Fri 4, Sat 5 or Sun 6 Apr from £14.50 to £7.25, though you'll have to p*y a £1.50 transaction fee (which includes postage) on top.


Manchester Cake & Bake Show, 2 x tix £2.50 (RRP £30)*
Code will go live at 2.30pm on Thu. 50% off once 'freebies' have gone

500 pairs avail


Enter the code which we’ll publish here at 2.30pm on Thu 13 Mar online at The Cake & Bake Show* booking page to get a pair of tickets to the Manchester show on Sun 6 Apr for just the £2.50 booking fee (usually £30.50 all in).

There are 500 pairs available on a first come, first served basis and it's strictly one pair per household.

There's also a 50% off code, valid until Tue 25 Mar for when the 'free' tickets have all gone
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/deals/ ... -bake-show
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Re: Theatre/show discounts

#345 Post by canadian_turtle » Mon Mar 17, 2014 3:05 pm

From Here to Eternity, all seats £20 (normally up to £75):

http://www.lastminute.com/site/entertai ... 90ce49fb9d

* Monday to Friday performances until 28 March (show closes 29 March) only and needs to be booked by 19 March.
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#346 Post by cliveas » Wed Mar 19, 2014 9:09 pm

Use this link: https://tickets.delfontmackintosh.co.uk ... &Promo=R04

Select premium tickets (£150) for a Monday to Thursday performance from May 19th onwards and they are charged at £15 each (no BF)!

(Not sure whether this is a mistake and if so whether they will honour the p*rchase).

THE WEBSITE PRICES HAVE NOW BEEN AMENDED TO £150
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Re: Theatre/show discounts

#347 Post by tilly » Thu Mar 20, 2014 9:40 pm

Above The Stag presents: a new musical based on the lives of gay playwright Joe Orton and his lover (and murderer) Kenneth Halliwell.

Opening offer: Book now and get tickets for just £12.00 on performances 2-6 April 2014 (usually £18.00)



Joe Orton was the celebrated writer of irreverently hilarious plays Loot, What The Butler Saw and Entertaining Mr Sloane (as well as witty, explicit diaries); and close friends with Kenneth Williams.

Beginning on the day Joe and Kenneth met, and continuing to the day they died 16 years and two months later, Orton fizzes with their ambitions for success and celebrity, and charts the rise in Joe's fame that increasingly eclipsed Kenneth's role in it. Their relationship barely made it past the 1967 Sexual Offences Act which decriminalised gay sex: they were dead in August that year.

Orton captures the lies and despair, as well as the humour and bravado, of these prickly, abrasive, funny, lusty and brilliant young men.

Written by Richard Silver & Sean J Hume/ Directed by Tim McArthur | Choreographed by Phil Aiden | Musical Director Chris Huntley

Book now 2 April - 4 May | Tickets £18.00; First week £12.00


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#348 Post by canadian_turtle » Wed Apr 16, 2014 12:43 pm

PRIVACY PRESS NIGHT TICKETS AVAILABLE

We have some pairs of £10 tickets available for sale for the Press Night of PRIVACY, Tuesday 22 April at 7pm, here at the Donmar in Covent Garden.

This production features some moments of audience interaction and we’re looking for people who are willing to take part in those moments in the show. If you would like a pair of £10 tickets and are happy to take part in these moments, please send us your name, email address and phone number either as a comment below or in a facebook message with the heading ‘Privacy Press Night’.

We will call successful applicants tomorrow to confirm your tickets, take payment and give you more details of the interaction.

Thanks very much,

The team at the Donmar

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Re: Theatre/show discounts

#349 Post by tilly » Wed Apr 23, 2014 11:24 am

2for1s to over 300 gardens for a year, incl Kew
b*y £4 mag for card that gets 2for1 or up to 50% off some adult tickets

UK-wide


It's back again this year! From Thu 24 Apr, b*y May’s Gardeners’ World magazine (£4) and you’ll get a card for 2for1 entry to 321 UK gardens, valid until 12 Apr 2015. If you’re going on your own, 55 of the gardens also give up to 50% off adult tickets - see the guide or website for details.

If you’ve got a subscription, the mag’s posted on Thu 17 Apr, so you should get this before it goes on general sale on Thu 24 Apr.

It's 2for1 on two adult tickets. Gardener's World says it's down to the individual garden if it’ll accept a child or concession as the second ticketholder - call ahead if this is the case.

Once you've got the card, sign it, and turn up at any of the gardens listed. You can use it as many times as you like, meaning if you visited every garden included in the offer just once, you'd save up to £2,078.45!

One of the biggest savings is a 2for1 at the Eden Project which cuts £23.50 off your spend (the cost of a full-price adult ticket on the day). See below for more info on the other gardens in the offer.

The magazine's out till Mon 26 May. Although it says you can b*y the issue online for £5.99 after this date (while stocks last).
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Re: Theatre/show discounts

#350 Post by canadian_turtle » Fri May 02, 2014 2:12 pm

Top price seats for I Can't Sing! the musical for £32.50 (which is half price, there are no extra fees)

http://www.lovetheatre.com/dates/3379/I-Cant-Sing
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