£16 instead of £46.50 for Two Tickets to a Performance of Evelyn Waugh's 'Decline and Fall' Starring Sylvestor McCoy plus a Bottle of Wine at the Old Red Lion Theatre - Save 66%
- The first ever stage adaptation of one of the greatest pieces of English literature ever written
- The production stars former Doctor Who Sylvestor McCoy and is directed by Tom King
- You will receive a bottle of house wine of your choice to share upon arrival
- Theatre is walking distance from Angel tube station
- A chance to enjoyable a great evening out at the theatre
- 1 voucher per 2 people, multiple may be purchased as gifts
- Advanced booking essential, please bring voucher and security codes with you
- Voucher valid for 3 months, performance dates are 30th Nov 2010 to 6th Jan 2011
- Please email the venue with your choice and you will be added to the guest list for that night
- Please call 020 7837 7816 for further information and to book, performance starts at 7.30pm
- Not valid with other offers
The Christmas panto has long been a tradition for us Brits, starting off from humble beginnings in the 15th Century and evolving - or mutating, if you will - into the celebrity-clogged fairytales we're used to today. It can get tiresome after a while though, what with the same old jokes being recycled year after year (oh no they're not!), but there's an escape route which can be found with today's Groupon, as you can pay £16 instead of £46.50 for two tickets to the much anticipated production of Evelyn Waugh's Decline and Fall at the Old Red Lion Theatre.
Decline and Fall is often hailed as one of the great pieces of English literature. Originally written by Evelyn Waugh, it is a social satire that employs the author's characteristic black humour in lampooning various features of British society and upper classes in the 1920s. Starring Sylvestor McCoy (one of the longest serving Dr Who for all you fact fans out there), this is the first ever stage adaptation of the influential and utterly hilarious novel. With your Groupon you will be entitled to two tickets to see the much-anticipated show itself, as well as a bottle of house wine of your choice upon arrival. Then you can sit back, relax and enjoy the riotous tale of mistaken identity, marriage and murder.