See Ibsen’s Public Enemy at the Young Vic
Tickets only £20 (usually £32.50)
Monday 20 May 2013
Ibsen’s timeless story of corruption, pollution and courage is revived in David Harrower’s powerful new version at London’s Young Vic theatre.
When Dr. Stockmann discovers that the waters of a new public spa are toxic, he expects gratitude and glory. But his revelation makes him the most hated man in town. How far will a man go to stand up for the truth?
Get tickets for just £20 each. Valid on all performances 20 – 31 May.
To take advantage of this offer, call 020 7922 2922 quoting Independent or use the code 'INDEPENDENT' at youngvic.org
Young Vic, 66 The Cut, London, SE1 8LZ
Terms and conditions
Offer available for Zone A (normally £32.50) seats only. Valid for performances from 20-31 May only. Subject to availability. Not valid in conjunction with any other offers or concessions. Offer must be booked by 30 May 2013. Promoter: AKA.
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