Last chance to see Top Hat at London's Aldwych Theatre

Top-price tickets now only £39.50 - show closes 26 October 2013

Top Hat, winner of three Laurence Olivier awards including Best New Musical, and winner of the Evening Standard ‘Best Night Out’ award, brings the glamour of Hollywood’s golden age and the glorious, tap-dancing magic of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers to the West End in one of the greatest dance musicals of all time.

Packed full of Irving Berlin’s greatest hits, including Cheek to Cheek, Top Hat, White Tie & Tails, Let’s Face the Music & Dance and Puttin’ on the Ritz, Top Hat is an exhilarating celebration of 1930s song and dance. Don’t miss Tony and Olivier award-nominated Gavin Lee and Broadway leading lady Kristen Beth Williams, now starring as Jerry Travers and Dale Tremont.

For your last chance to book tickets call 0844 847 1712 and quote 'The Independent' or click here.

Terms and conditions: Tickets valid for Tuesday–Saturday evenings at 7.30pm and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday matinees at 2.30pm, until 19 October 2013. Tickets usually priced at £65 for Saturday performances and £62.50 for Tuesday–Friday performances. Subject to availability. Exclusions apply. Does not apply to tickets already purchased. Booking fees apply. Promoter: TOP HAT.

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