In A Forest Dark And Deep ticket offer
Top price tickets for £35 (usually £45)
Friday 11 March 2011
One brother, one sister. One thrilling evening.
Matthew Fox (Lost, Party of Five) and Olivia Williams (Love’s Labour’s Lost; National Theatre, Emma, The Ghost Writer) star in the world premier of Neil LaBute’s new dark comedy of sibling rivalry. On a stormy night, all Bobby thought he was doing was helping his sister Betty clear out her cottage in the forest. But in this cabin of lies nothing is as it seems and the truth refuses to be packed away. What is she hiding? Does he really want to find out?
The Independent is offering tickets to In A Forest Dark And Deep for a snip at £35. It's a limited season, running for 12 weeks only from 3 March to 4 June, so get your tickets now.
Call: 0844 412 4663 quoting 'Independent Offer'
Terms and conditions: Top price tickets for £35 (usually £45) on Monday to Thursday evening performances until 31 March 2011, subject to availability. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or against tickets already purchased. Booking fees apply.
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