Two Tickets to the World Premiere of The Titanic Requiem By Robin Gibb for £45 at Central Hall Westminster (Up to 63% Off)
- Concert performed by Robin Gibb, Aled Jones, Isabel Suckling and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
- Original classical work with pieces written by Robin and RJ Gibb
- Moving tribute including some holographic imagery
- Grade II listed 1912 venue
- Wesley’s Café on-site
- Opposite Westminster Abbey, near St. James’ Park and Westminster tube stations
- Two tickets for world premiere on Tuesday 10 April 2012
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking not required. Present printed Groupon on arrival; must bring ID. Seating allocated on a first come, first served basis. Purchasers initials will be sent to the box office for confirmation purposes. Box office open 5.30pm-6.30pm; show starts 7.30pm. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Original value based on balcony seats. Original values verified 3 April 2012 at 9.22am.
See the rules that apply to all deals.
Brass band should not be confused with brass banned, a strict rule enforced within string quartets. Have it all with today's Groupon: £45 for two tickets to the world premiere of The Titanic Requiem at Central Hall, in association with AEG Live.
About the event
The Titanic Requiem is a musical tribute to the sinking of the Titanic, and is composed by Bee Gee's Legend Robin and son RJ Gibb to mark the centenary of the tragedy. The world premiere will be performed by Robin Gibb (of The Bee Gees), Aled Jones, Isabel Suckling and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on 10 April 2012, exactly 100 years since the ship set sail on her maiden voyage. The work combines original classical pieces with holographic projections, and features the voices of Aled Jones and Isabel Suckling in an emotionally evocative ensemble.
About the venue
Opened the same year as the Titanic was launched, the grade II-listed Central Hall Westminster boasts marble flooring and an elegant façade from its 1912 design. Over 30 rooms fill the grand building, united by an Edwardian grand staircase ascending with neo-classical design. More down-to-earth facilities include Wesley’s Café for peckish patrons, while disabled access and hearing aids aim to keep high-art within arm’s reach for every visitor.
Facing the historic venue from across the street is Westminster Abbey, rising high above the surrounding buildings with its famous spires. Without swinging a cat, the internationally-recognised Houses of Parliament and Big Ben stand only a few hundred metres away. Customers looking to take a bit of a walk can meander towards the resplendent St. James’ Park where Buckingham Palace resides, while more political patrons can marvel at the flags along powerful Whitehall.
Box office opens from 5.30pm
Doors open at 6.30pm
Performance begins at 7.30pm
Nearest tube stations are St. James’ Park and Westminster