Half-price tickets for Cosi fan tutte
Save up to £97.50 (tickets usually start at £172)
Monday 16 January 2012
Treat yourself to an exciting evening with this special Independent offer for Così fan tutte at the Royal Opera House.
The title translates as ‘women are all the same’. Make up your own mind who’s to blame (and who gets hurt most) as two young men are tempted to find out what their girlfriends might get up to when they’re not around.
Prepare for a very modern comedy of manners, where smart phones and lattes-to-go share the stage with Mozart’s beautiful music.
Offer valid on the following dates:
- Tuesday 7 February at 7pm
- Friday 10 February at 7pm
- Monday 13 February at 7pm
To gave half-price tickets, call 020 7304 4000 quoting ‘Independent Cosi offer’, or enter promotion code ‘icosi’ at www.roh.org.uk/cosi
This offer is subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount or on tickets previously purchased. This offer only applies to the dates quoted above. Offer available in the orchestra stalls only (tickets usually priced £195, £181 and £172).
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