See The Ladykillers at the Gielgud Theatre
Plus dinner at The Ritz for £95
Thursday 13 October 2011
Get top-price tickets to see the celebrated Ealing comedy The Ladykillers at the Gielgud Theatre, plus enjoy a three-course dinner with a glass of champagne at The Ritz Restaurant for £95.
A hilarious and thrilling new adaption by Graham Linehan (Father Ted) and directed by Sean Foley (The Play What I Wrote).
Featuring a stellar cast of some of the finest stage and screen comedy actors including BAFTA winner Peter Capaldi (The Thick of It) as Professor Marcus alongside James Fleet (The Vicar of Dibley), Ben Miller (The Armstrong and Miller Show), Stephen Wight (Evening Standard Outstanding Newcomer) and Olivier Award winner Clive Rowe, with Marcia Warren as the sweetly innocent Mrs Wilberforce.
From 26 November 2011. Call 0844 482 5130, quoting ‘Independent Offer’.
Terms and conditions apply. Meal package is available from 5.30pm on all Monday to Thursday performances from 14 December to 9 February. Subject to availability. Not to be used retrospectively or in conjunction with any other offer. Booking fees may apply.
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