See A Chorus Line at the London Palladium with dinner
Top-price ticket and two-course pre-theatre meal for £65
Thursday 02 May 2013
The critics are unanimous in their praise for A Chorus Line. The ‘sizzling and exhilarating’ (Independent) show that revolutionised Broadway is now back in the West End for the first time since its award-winning London season premiered in 1976.
The legendary musical is ‘exhilarating’ (Evening Standard) audiences at the London Palladium, with a blend of captivating song, riveting drama and stunning choreography.
Enjoy a two-course pre-theatre meal at Ascots Bar and Restaurant, Radisson Blu Edwardian Berkshire Hotel, followed by a top price seat for just £65.
To book call 0207 400 1234 or visit theatrepeople.com/dinner-show/a-chorus-line
Terms and conditions
Package includes a top price seat for A Chorus Line and a two-course pre-theatre meal at Ascots Bar and Restaurant, Radisson Blu Edwardian Berkshire. Diners will be booked at the restaurant for 18:00. Tickets and bookings subject to availability. Rate valid Monday to Friday performances until 14 June, book by 31 May. Promoter: AKA
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