See Babel for just £15 (usually £22.50)
Monday 16 April 2012
Promising to be one the most talked about events of 2012, Babel will be an immersive theatrical experience of truly epic proportions.
A spectacular outdoor show created especially for Caledonian Park, Babel will feature a cast of 300. This modern reworking of the story celebrates what it means to be part of our truly global community, and the world city that is London.
Babel is brought to life through a uniquely creative partnership between WildWorks and Battersea Arts Centre. Renowned for large scale spectacular performances, WILDWORKS makes evocative landscape theatre, while the multi-award winning Battersea Arts Centre is well known as one of London’s most inventive theatres.
To take advantage of this money-off offer, call 020 7223 2223 quoting ‘Independent Offer’, or visit www.babellondon.com and quote ‘Independent’.
This offer is valid for performances on Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 May. You must book by 27 April. Subject to availability. Booking fee applies.
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