See the Birmingham Royal Ballet's reimagining of folk tale ''Aladdin'' at Birmingham Hippodrome and save over 40% on second-price tickets in the Stalls and Circle. Usually £42.53, these seats are now £24.68 each, including all booking fees.
This offer applies to performances at 7:30pm on 16, 20 and 21 February, as well as the 1pm matinée on 17 February.
We have also negotiated the same price for third-price tickets in the Stalls and Circle, which usually cost £35.70 -- that's a saving of 31%.
About the show: A run-in with palace guards leads young tearaway Aladdin into a whirlwind of adventure and romance involving unbelievable riches, love at first sight, treachery and, of course, a magic lamp. A co-production with the Houston Ballet Foundation, ''Aladdin'' boasts choreography by the creator of the Birmingham Royal Ballet's ''Cinderella'', with music by Carl Davis, composer of the Company's "Cyrano" and numerous well-known television scores, such as ''Pride and Prejudice''.
Book by 21 February.