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5 AMAZING THEATRE DEALS TO MAKE THIS THE BEST BANK HOLIDAY EVER!

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redspottedhanky.com has partnered up with Shows in London to get you the best deals on theatre tickets – and we’ve come up with some cracking offers for the Bank Holiday weekend and beyond. Get your tickets while they’re hot!

1. Billy Elliott: save up to 44% and get a free meal

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A modern classic that’s won 81 worldwide awards, Billy Elliott tells the heartwarming tale of a northern lad who swaps boxing gloves for ballet shoes. The story is uplifting, gritty and funny, and has been winning over fans of the hit film (on which the show is based) and newcomers since its opening in 2005. Language is very ‘real’, so expect plenty of swearing from the talented youngsters on stage!

The deal: get up to 44% off matinee performances and 41% on evening performances of Billy Elliott. Fancy dinner before the show? Your meal’s on us! Finishes on October 31.

2. Lord of the Dance: save 50%

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Michael Flatley’s foot-stomping, hand-clapping barnstormer returned to the West End in 2014 for a strictly limited run. That was in September, and the original eight-week date has been extended by popular demand: all the way up to September 2015! Come and see the Irish Dance show that has sold out theatres, sports stadia and concert arenas, before it embarks on an 18 month world tour.

The deal: Get 50% off top priced seats, Monday-Friday. Finishes on September 3.

3. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: save £10

 

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Skyfall director Sam Mendes took a break from moviemaking to reimagine this Roald Dahl classic on the West End stage. Amazing staging, colourful costumes and a sensational cast make this a show you don’t want to miss. Tap your feet, clap your hands, but most importantly of all prepare to be transported back to a world of childhood magic. This really is London’s Golden Ticket, especially with our great deal. Book quick, while places last!

The deal: Get £10 off top priced and second price seats, Monday-Friday. Tickets are available for September 1-November 30, and must be booked by August 31.

4. The Woman in Black: save £18

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Scare yourself silly with tickets to London’s creepiest show! The chilling stage version of Susan Hill’s classic ghost story sees junior solicitor Arthur Kipps summoned to the foreboding Eel Marsh House, to wrap up the affairs of Alice Drablow. What he discovers there is so terrifying audience members have been known to run screaming from the theatre. Can you stay the distance, or will you faint in the aisles?

The deal: Save £18 on top priced seats, Tuesday-Friday. Finishes December 31. Offer excludes October 24-November 1.

5. Bend it Like Beckham: no booking fee

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It took 13 years to bring the movie Bend it Like Beckham to glorious life. It’s been worth the wait! An irresistible melting-pot of East-meets-West life, the musical version tells the story of Jess, a Punjabi girl who dreams of being a professional footballer. She joins her local girls’ team in secret, where her relationships with tomboy Jules and handsome coach Joe form the core of a tale that deals equally in romance, family struggles and new British values. The footballing scenes are inventive and fun, and you don’t have to know the film to love the show. She shoots, she scores!

The deal: Pay no booking fee, Monday-Friday. Finishes September 30.

Looking for more great deals? Take a look at our theatre page.

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