Theatre Tickets and Glass of Wine For Two (£18) or Four (£34) at Hampstead Theatre (Up to 54% Off)
- Leading theatre for new writing
- Theatre running since 1959
- Great North London location
- Previously featured plays by Mike Leigh
- Theatre ticket and 175ml glass of wine each
- Valid for downstairs theatre
- Choice of plays
- Currently playing Blue Heart Afternoon, The Complaint starting 17 May
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required, booking line open 10am-7pm Mon-Sat. Must book Blue Heart Afternoon by 9 May. Must book The Complaint by 8 June. No cancellations once booked; 24 hour period to amend date or time of showing if unable to attend. Valid Mon-Sat. Shows start 7.45pm, Sat matinee 3.15pm. Valid for downstairs showings only. Valid on option purchased only. Original values based on a full price ticket and a 175ml glass of wine (£3.60 value). Original values verified 23 April 2012 at 2.38pm.
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Serious method actors participating in fancy cross-dressing, slapstick, and “it’s behind you” jokes will eventually find out they’ve bit into a bad apple. Indulge in fresh drama with today’s Groupon from Hampstead Theatre. Choose from the following options:• £18 for theatre tickets and a glass of wine each for two (Up to 52% Off)
• £34 for theatre tickets and a glass of wine each for four (Up to 54% Off)
About the Shows
On show will be Nigel Gearing’s Blue Heart Afternoon, a glamorous new play set in 1950s Hollywood and focussing on the social and political pressures faced within the movie industry during post-war America. Alternatively there’s Nick Whitby’s The Complaint, revolving around a challenge to bureaucracy that takes an unexpected, dramatic turn through unlawful questioning, torture and even murder.
Engaging and enriching audiences with entertaining works since 1959, the Hampstead Theatre is famous for its commitment towards new writing, championing the talents of dynamic playwrights charged with potential. Premiering Mike Leigh’s first play over 30 years ago, the theatre still oozes with character and dramatic passion. Theatre-goers will be presented with a glass of wine each from the bar upon arrival, before travelling downstairs to witness the play of their choice. When the curtains close guests are free to swing by the terrace Café Bar for a second drink, and enjoy the landscapes and illuminated water feature of Swiss Cottage Park.
Blue Heart Afternoon (until 12 May): Mon-Sat 7.45pm and 3.15pm showings on Saturdays
The Complaint (until 17 May - 16 June): Mon-Sat 7.45pm and 3.15pm showings on Saturdays
Nearest tube: Swiss Cottage