London drama ''The Winslow Boy'' has been awarded five stars by The Daily Telegraph and hailed as ''bang up to date'' by The Times. With this deal, tickets to the show are now £15 -- 46% less than usual.
The offer is valid for seats in the Lilian Baylis Circle at The Old Vic, London, for Monday-Saturday performances until 25 May.
Alternatively, get a top-price ticket in the Stalls or Dress Circle. Worth up to £50, these are now £29.50 -- that's up to 41% off the regular price.
Driven by a passionate belief in justice whatever the personal cost, Arthur Winslow sets out to prove his son’s innocence when he is accused of theft. This fight for the truth, played out under the media spotlight, tests one family to its very limit. The Guardian praises this Terence Rattigan play starring Henry Goodman as Arthur Winslow as a ''masterful revival'' that ''puts press and politicians in the dock''.
A booking fee of £1.50 applies per transaction.
Book by 12 May.