Ticket to ‘Save the Last Dance For Me’ from £12.75 at The Bristol Hippodrome (50% Off)
- 100 years of theatre history
- Grade II listed building
- Deluxe bar and restaurant
- One ticket to ‘Save the Last Dance for Me’
- Scored by the songs of Pomus and Sherman
- Directed by West End veterans
Show times are 7.30pm for 6, 7, 9 and 10 Feb, 2.30pm or 7.30pm for 8 Feb, and 2.30pm for 11 Feb. Vouchers must be redeemed online via the link: http://kpgrouponcc.tsd-aff.com/tickets/web_finder.buy/stld-bristol.html Groupon vouchers will NOT be accepted at the box-office. Original price based on top-price ticket options. Valid for top-price ticket seating only.
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It is common knowledge that before the invention of theatre seats, audiences had to sit on stage avoiding the flinging arms and legs of pirouetting performers. Enjoy a more relaxing spectacle with today’s with today's Groupon from The Bristol Hippodrome. Choose from the following options:• £14.75 for ticket to‘Save the Last Dance For Me’ on February 6th at 7:30pm
• £14.75 for ticket to‘Save the Last Dance For Me’ on February 7th at 7:30pm
• £12.75 for ticket to‘Save the Last Dance For Me’ on February 8th at 2:30pm
• £14.75 for ticket to‘Save the Last Dance For Me’ on February 8th at 7:30pm
• £14.75 for ticket to‘Save the Last Dance For Me’ on February 9th at 7:30pm
• £15.75 for ticket to‘Save the Last Dance For Me’ on February 10th at 7:30pm
• £14.75 for ticket to‘Save the Last Dance For Me’ on February 11th at 2:30pm
About the event
An historic stage in the heart of the city, the Bristol Hippodrome will be sent back to 1963 with the toe-tapping and skirt-swirling production of ‘Save the Last Dance for Me.’ Produced by the same sparkling team as ‘Dreamboats and Petticoats,’ this musical tells the tale of two teenage sisters spending the summer at the seaside and the complicated holiday romance that ensues. Scored by the nostalgic hits of Doc Pomus and Mort Sherman including ‘Save the Last Dance For Me’ and ‘Little Sister,’ the play is directed by West End veterans Bill Kenwright & Keith Strachan.
About the venue
Opening its curtains for the first time in 1912, The Bristol Hippodrome has seen a century of high-kicking musical performances. Listed as a Grade II building, the theatre’s impressive stone façade was originally designed by renowned Victorian theatrical architect Frank Matcham and has hosted the British premiere of musicals including ‘Guys and Dolls’. The theatre’s deluxe bars and restaurant dish up cocktails and pre-theatre meals for sophisticated customers, while wheelchair access and hearing aids ensure availability to all art-lovers.
Matinee performances begin at 2:30pm, evening performances begin at 7:30pm
Redeem online via http://kpgrouponcc.tsd-aff.com/tickets/web_finder.buy/stld-bristol.html
Nearest station is Bristol Temple Meads