See The Pajama Game in the West End
Save up to 35% - book by 11 April 2014
Monday 31 March 2014
The critically acclaimed, sold out musical production of The Pajama Game transfers from Chichester Festival Theatre to the Shaftesbury Theatre from 2 May, and to celebrate we are offering you the chance to book tickets at Chichester prices.
Brought to you by the multi award-winning creative team of Sir Richard Eyre (Guys and Dolls, King Lear and Ghosts) and Stephen Mear (Mary Poppins, Hello Dolly), The Pajama Game is a buoyant blend of romance and comedy packed full of hit songs such as Hey There (You With The Stars in Your Eyes), Steam Heat and Hernando’s Hideaway.
Book now for your chance to see the unmissable Broadway comedy at Chichester prices.
- £65 reduced to £41
- £55 reduced to £35
- £35 reduced to £25
- £20 reduced to £15
Call 020 7379 5399 and quote ‘Independent Offer’ or book online at ThePajamaGameTheMusical.com using promocode ‘ INDEPENDENT’
Terms & Conditions: Offer valid for all performances, excluding Saturday evenings from 2 May - 28 June. Book by 11 April 2014. Subject to availability. Cannot be used retrospectively. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. All prices are inclusive of a £2 booking fee. Promoter: AKA
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