See Rocket To The Moon for less at the National Theatre
Get £5 off the top two ticket prices
Monday 21 March 2011
Stunning, stockingless, ruthless in her youth, Cleo Singer arrives in Ben Stark’s dental practice and turns his married, humdrum world upside down. She promises passion, escape, if only he knew how.
The cast includes Keeley Hawes, making her National Theatre debut after the BBC’s Upstairs Downstairs and Ashes to Ashes, and Joseph Millson, recently in Love Never Dies and the NT’s Every Good Boy Deserves Favour.
Independent readers can save £5 on each ticket on the top two ticket prices. To book call 020 7452 3000, quoting ‘Independent’ or visit www.nationaltheatre.org.uk and enter promotion code ‘3501’.
Terms and conditions: Tickets valid for performances from 5-9 and 26-28 April. Book now for best seats. Tickets must be booked by Friday 1 April. Subject to availability, cannot be combined with any other offers.
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