Singin’ in the Rain: Great offer on the best seats
Top price tickets to Singin’ in the Rain for just £39.50 plus booking fee
Tuesday 05 March 2013
With high-energy choreography and sumptuous set designs (including over 12,000 litres of water in every performance), Singin’ in the Rain tells the story of the first Hollywood musical, and features the glorious original MGM score, including ‘Good Morning’, ‘Make ’em Laugh’, ‘Moses Supposes’ and the classic ‘Singin’ in the Rain’.
Packed full of the charm, romance, comedy and tinsel town glamour of one of the world’s best-loved films, Singin’ in the Rain showers you with everything you could wish for in a hit West End musical and leaves you singin’ and dancin’ all the way home.
Book top-price seats (usually £65) for just £39.50 each plus booking fee. Available on all performances, Monday to Thursday until 23 May 2013, at the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1.
Call 0844 482 9676 or book online at singinintherain.co.uk/tickets. Select ‘Nimax Theatres’ and enter promo code INDEPENDENT
Terms and conditions
Offer is valid for Monday to Thursday evening performances only and excludes all school and bank holidays. Top-price seats available for £39.50 each on all eligible performances until 23 May 2013. Subject to availability. Exclusions apply. Does not apply to tickets already purchased. Booking fees apply. Promoter: Singin’ In The Rain.
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