Ghost the Musical and dinner at Hard Rock Cafe for £45
Monday 20 February 2012
Nominated for nine major theatre awards Ghost the Musical is a timeless fantasy about the power of love.
Sam is trapped as a ghost between this world and the next, trying to communicate with his girlfriend Molly through a phoney psychic in the hope of saving her from his murderer.
A roller-coaster ride of romance, drama and excitement, GHOST has been adapted by Bruce Joel Rubin who won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. Music legends Dave Stewart and Glen Ballard have composed the new score, which also features the unforgettable Unchained Melody.
Ghost the Musical is on at the Piccadilly Theatre, Denman Street (off Piccadilly Circus in London).
To redeem this offer, call 0844 871 7618, quoting ‘Independent Offer’.
Terms and conditions
Package includes an Upper Circle seat to Ghost the Musical and is valid on all Monday-Thursday performances until 30 April 2012. Subject to availability. Offer cannot be used retrospectively or in conjunction with any other discounts. Booking fees may apply and services charges may apply. Tickets entitle the guest to dine from the set "Gold" menu - 2 courses with a bottomless soda, tea or coffee. No alcohol included. Includes free guided tour of The Vault Museum. Entitles guest to complimentary souvenir when spending £30 or more in the Rock Shop. Promoter: Milk 2 Sugars.
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