Save £18 on top-price tickets to Strangers on a Train

Tickets reduced to £39.50 plus £2 booking fee*

Two strangers. One conversation. The perfect murder.

A seemingly innocent conversation soon turns into something far more dangerous for Guy Haines when he meets Charles Bruno on a train journey.  Ahead lies a lethal nightmare of blackmail and psychological torment that threatens to cost Guy his career, his marriage and his sanity. His choice: to kill, or to be framed for a murder he didn’t commit.

Get on board for the West End’s most gripping new thriller, as the classic Strangers on a Train opens at the Gielgud Theatre on 2 November for a limited run. Written by Craig Warner based on Patricia Highsmith’s acclaimed novel – the inspiration for Alfred Hitchcock’s legendary movie – this new stage production stars, in alphabetical order, Laurence Fox, Jack Huston, Christian McKay, Miranda Raison, Imogen Stubbs and MyAnna Buring.

Enjoy a magnificent journey of suspense with this strictly limited offer.

To book call 0844 482 5130, or visit strangersonatrainlondon.com and quote ‘S22’ when prompted

 

*A booking fee of £2 per ticket applies to bookings made over the phone and online. No booking fee applies to tickets purchased in person at the Gielgud Theatre box office. Top price tickets reduced from £57.50 to £39.50 for all performances from 4-22 November 2013 (excluding 19 November and all Saturday evening and matinee performances), subject to availability. Does not apply to tickets already purchased. Promoter: Strangers (UK) Ltd.

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