See Scenes from a Marriage at the St James Theatre

Top-price ticket and a two-course meal for £45

Scenes from a Marriage is a portrait of extraordinary intimacy and a searchingly honest and moving love story. We follow Johan and Marianne from their seemingly perfect happy marriage, through betrayal and loss, to a fraught divorce battle – and beyond.

Directed by the multiple award-winning Trevor Nunn, Scenes from a Marriage is adapted for the stage by Joanna Murray-Smith from Ingmar Bergman's original script, and stars Olivia Williams and Mark Bazeley.

It is running for a limited time at the St James Theatre in the heart of Victoria, London, until 9 November 2013, and you can enjoy a two course pre-show set menu in the Carrara Brasserie at the St James Theatre followed by a top-price evening ticket for just £45.

To book, call 0844 264 2140 or visit the box office in person and quote ‘Independent Offer’.

St James Theatre, 12 Palace Street, London SW1E 5JA

Terms and conditions: Top-price ticket normally £40. This offer is available on all performances, subject to availability. No booking fees. It does not apply to tickets already purchased and cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Maximum of four tickets per transaction. Not available online. Meal does not include drinks, side orders or optional service charge of 12.5%. Promoter: St James Theatre.

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