See Fascinating Aïda at the Charing Cross Theatre
Get £5 off top price tickets (usually £29.50)
Monday 21 November 2011
Have your seatbelts fastened, your window blinds fully open and your passports ready for inspection as Fascinating Aïda land at the Charing Cross Theatre for a five week season over Christmas 2011. Captain Dillie Keane, Navigator Adele Anderson and their new flight attendant Sarah-Louise Young look forward to their first major London season since 2003.
Still Britain’s best comedy cabaret trio and now a global Internet sensation, Fascinating Aïda have been much invigorated by over eight million YouTube hits on their infamous anthem to budget travel, Cheap Flights.
This West End season follows a sold out run at the Edinburgh Festival fringe and a sold out fifty-date UK tour. The brand new show will include several numbers hot off the press plus a few old favourites, including their now hilarious homage to the joys of al fresco sex, The Dogging Song, described last year by The Times as ‘…the dirtiest and funniest song of the century so far.’
To get £5 off top price tickets, call 020 7907 7075, quoting ‘Independent Offer’.
This offer is valid Monday to Thursday, from 5 December to 7 January, at 7.30pm, subject to availability. Address: Charing Cross Theatre, The Arches, Villiers Street, London, WC2H 6NL.
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