Last chance to catch Yes, Prime Minister
Top price ticket just £36 - from £49.50
Wednesday 07 September 2011
This is your last chance to catch this hilarious award-winning comedy in the West End before it finishes in November.
Written specifically for the stage by the writers of the original BBC sitcom, Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn. Starring Simon Williams as devious civil servant, Sir Humphrey Appleby, and Richard McCabe as hapless Prime Minister, Jim Hacker.
Heading the coalition government, the PM is staring disaster in the face. The country is on the brink of economic crisis and there is just one grain of hope – a morally dubious deal with the Foreign Minister of Kumranistan… But great institutions have a way of riding punches and bouncing back unscathed – will it prove so for Jim Hacker and his team of close advisors?
Yes, Prime Minister is on at the Gielgud Theatre in London, and must end 19 November. To get money off your tickets, call 0844 482 5130 quoting ‘Independent Offer’.
The offer is valid from 20 September to 21 October 2011, excluding Saturday performances, subject to availability. Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 6AR.
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