Celebrate Father's Day with The 39 Steps - bring your dad for free!
Friday 27 May 2011
The 39 Steps is the hilarious comedy based on the 1935 Hitchcock spy film with four actors playing a minimum of ONE HUNDRED and ‘39’ roles.
Winner of Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, The 39 Steps features iconic scenes from the film such as The chase on the flying Scotsman, the escape on the Forth Bridge and the finale at the London Palladium.
To celebrate Father’s Day, we've got you an unbeatable deal: buy a top price ticket to see The 39 Steps and take your Dad for free throughout June!
The show's on at the Criterion Theatre on Piccadilly Circus in London. Call 0844 847 1778, quoting ‘Dads Go Free’. The offer is valid on all performances excluding Saturday evenings until 30 June 2011. Cannot be used retrospectively or in conjunction with any other offer. Booking fees may apply.
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