Our Boys – great offers on top price tickets
A two course meal plus a glass of wine at Axis at One Aldwych and a best ticket for just £50
Monday 01 October 2012
Our Boys is the explosively funny, award-winning play with a brilliant West End cast from the creative team of international hit Journey’s End.
Now playing the Duchess Theatre on Catherine Street, for a strictly limited run.
Six young soldiers are killing nothing but time as they recover from injuries incurred in the line of duty. Suddenly, their camaraderie is threatened by a dangerous incident and an act of betrayal.
The cast includes Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams in Doctor Who), Laurence Fox (DS Hathaway in Lewis) and Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter films)
Axis at One Aldwych
Experience the exciting best of British menu at this striking restaurant in the heart of Theatreland. Executive Chef Dominic Teague’s new menu puts seasonal ingredients in the spotlight and features forgotten flavours and foraged foods, not to mention an exceptional list of artisanal cheeses – the perfect place to start your night out.
Call 0844 482 9672, quoting ‘Axis package’
Terms and conditions
Meal (choose from a set menu, service and VAT included) and ticket offer valid on all performances Tuesday to Saturday until the end of November 2012. Subject to availability. Cannot be used retrospectively or in conjunction with any other offer. Booking fees may apply. Promoter: Milktwosugars.
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