50 per cent off family tickets to Apassionata
Top price tickets from £225 down to £112, second price tickets from £175 down to £87
Monday 09 January 2012
Returning to The O2 for the second year running, witness an enchanting story showcasing the magical connection between humans and horses.
With magnificent horsemanship and breath-taking stunts, accompanied by a stunning live soundtrack, Apassionata is a truly magnificent exhibition of equestrian skill where the whole family can immerse themselves in a world of adventure and imagination.
See the skilful agility and athleticism of the stunning riders and their horses as well as the mesmerising simplicity and discipline of a horse whisperer’s talents. From Shetland ponies to Friesian horses, over 40 horses have been drawn together from throughout Europe to create this show.
Apassionata takes audiences through a magical adventure showing the skill and beauty of man’s strongest and most trusted animal. After sell-out performances in 30 cities across Europe, you can now join the magic on 21 January at The O2.
This not-to-be-missed one day event takes place on Saturday 21 January at The O2, with just two performances at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.
Call 0844 856 0202, quoting ‘Independent Offer’. Lines are open 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week. Calls Cost 6p per minute plus network extras.
Offer must be booked by 19 January 2012. Tickets are valid for 21 January 2012. Tickets are valid for evening or matinee performance. Tickets are subject to availability. Family ticket includes four tickets, at least one adult over the age of 18 must be present. Booking and transaction fees apply.
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