"Union" is described by its producers as an "energetic and highly theatrical romp" about the Union of Scotland and England in 1707. The world premiere takes place at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh and this offer saves 40% on tickets.
7:45pm... Wednesday, 26 March; Thursday, 3 April; Friday, 11 April; Saturday, 12 April
Update (21 March, 10:48am): This offer is also available for the 2:30pm performance on Wednesday, 9 April, when tickets are usually £20 each.
About the show
"Union" is written by Tim Barrow and directed by Mark Thomson, artistic director of The Lyceum. The play uses historical landmarks and figures, including the Scottish Parliament, Kensington Palace, Daniel Defoe and Queen Anne, to tell a story of 18th-century Edinburgh and London.
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