"Singin' in the Rain" is "a night of sheer delight", says The Daily Telegraph in its 5-star review. Find out why with a top-price ticket for the Olivier Award-nominated show as well as a free 2-course meal at Belgian-style bistro Léon de Bruxelles, all for £46 per person.
Top tickets in the Stalls at the Palace Theatre usually cost £67 and West End meal deals usually only include a free lunch or dinner, but this offer also knocks 31% off the ticket price. The only extra to pay is a one-off £2.75-per-transaction fee.
The offer is valid for Monday-Friday performances 14 April-7 June. Leon de Bruxelles is located directly opposite the theatre, a couple of minutes' walk from Leicester Square tube station.
About the show:
Based on the 1952 MGM movie starring Gene Kelly, "Singin' in the Rain" takes place in Hollywood's glamorous silent screen era. It features the unforgettable numbers "Singin' in the Rain", "Good Morning", "Make 'Em Laugh" and "Moses Supposes". The set design includes over 14,000 litres of water, which pour down on to the stage during some of the musical numbers. We've seen this show and loved it, but be warned -- if you sit in the first few rows of the Stalls, you may get splashed!
"Rapturously enjoyable" -- The Independent
"Technically assured, hugely accomplished... A highly polished show" -- The Guardian
Not available on 6 and 27 May.
Book by 12 April.