Two (£25) or Four (£46) Tickets to The Real Thing at Everyman Theatre (Up to 56% Off)
- Multi-award winning play by Tom Stoppard
- Explores themes of love, honesty, fiction and reality
- 30th anniversary revival
- English Touring Company
- Two or four top priced tickets
- Valid for evening performances 5-9 June
- Central location
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. No cancellations once booking is confirmed. Exchange Groupon for tickets at box office. Show starts 7.45pm. Approx. 2 hour 30 minutes running time. 50 tickets available per night. 50 tickets available per night. Valid on option purchased only. Original values based on Friday and Saturday night performances. Original values verified 18 May 2012 at 10.57am.
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Known for dropping scripts in puddles, playwrights are often found cleaning up their act. Enjoy a sparkling evening with today’s Groupon from Everyman Theatre. Choose from the following options:
• £25 for two tickets to see The Real Thing (Up to 52% off)
• £46 for four tickets to see The Real Thing (Up to 56% off)
Tom Stoppard’s multi-award winning play The Real Thing was first performed in 1982. The protagonist, Henry, is a famous playwright, whose new play, stars his wife Charlotte, and deals with issues of love and fidelity. Realities and fictions rapidly become entwined with other members of the cast, with Stoppard using the play within the play to pose questions about the nature of honesty looks at the nature of love and honesty, and the relationship between reality and fiction.
About The Event
This 30th anniversary revival production of Stoppard’s Tony award-winning play comes from the versatile stable of the English Touring Theatre, who are known for their range of dramatic works, which range from Shakespeare’s Hamlet to modern pieces such as Mustapha Matura’s Rum and Coca-Cola. Director Kate Saxon takes The Real Thing to the Everyman Theatre, as part of a tour celebrating its successful first stint 30 years ago, for which the play scooped the 1984 Tony Award, before achieving Broadway-conquering success across the pond.
Entering the restored 650-plus-seat Everyman Theatre in the heart of Cheltenham, acting aficionados will witness the architectural magnificence of Frank Matcham’s 1891 design. The production will run from 5-9 June, and the curtain will lift on the play-within-a-play at 7.45pm. There are wheelchair spaces in Stalls, with level access and automatic doors onto Regent Street, as well as accessibility lifts to all floors. Bar refreshments and sweet fancies will appease peckish beings, ensuring focus remains on stage, not stomach, proceedings.
Valid 5-9 June 2012
Show times: Tue-Sat 7.45pm
Approx. 2 and half hour running time
Parking: Regent Arcade Multi-Storey
Ticket redemption: Book tickets by phone and exchange Groupon at box office