The Mystery of Edwin Drood: One (£14) or Two (£26) Tickets with Arts Theatre (Up to 63% Off)
- Former Tony Award winner of 'Best Musical'
- Theatre is a short walk from Leicester Square
- Full wheelchair access
- On-site tea room
- Performance of The Mystery of Edwin Drood for one or two
- Matinees and evening performances available
Limit 1 per 1 or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone 10am-6pm Mon-Fri, or email: email@example.com. Must present Groupon voucher at box office, 1 hour before show starts. First come, first served for each day. Show times: 7.30pm Tue-Sat; 3pm Thu and Sat; 4pm Sun. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Original value based on price for 7-17 June 2012. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 28 May 2012 at 3.16pm.
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Pantomime actors usually spoil the fun during games of hide and seek, as they are prone to calling out: “He’s behind you!” Arrange another play date with today’s Groupon: The Arts Theatre.
Bringing Charles Dickens’ last novel to life on the stage, this production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood fuses old traditions of music hall and pantomime to create a musical comedy that aims to bring closure to the prolific writer’s unfinished whodunit. Edwin Drood, a young orphan, mysteriously goes missing and is presumed murdered. The plot slowly unfolds, and it is the audience that eventually votes to decide how the play should end…
About The Event
The risqué musical has featured on Broadway and at the Landor Theatre in London, and is now back from another limited run this summer in the West End's Arts Theatre. Rupert Holmes’ show is critically acclaimed, having garnered a Tony Award for 'Best Musical' in 1986, and benefitting from five stars from What’s on Stage, and four stars from Time Out. Coronation Street fans will be thrilled that Wendi Peters stars.
The independent Arts Theatre is in the heart of the buzzing West End, just a short walk from Leicester Square station. Individuals or duos can settle down in their seats for any performance until 17 June, be it an evening show or a matinee on a Thursday, Saturday, or Sunday. The theatre is fully accessible for wheelchair users, and guide and hearing dogs are welcome. A pre- or post-show visit to the tea room will satisfy appetites with hot drinks, cakes, and sandwiches.
Show runs: 6 to 17 June
Show times: Tue-Sat 7.30pm; Thu and Sat 3pm; Sun 4pm
Nearest tube: Leicester Square
Nearest railway: Charing Cross
Ticket redemption: Booking required by phone or email. Customers should arrive an hour before the show begins on their chosen date and exchange voucher for a ticket.