"A Chorus Line" at the London Palladium is a "poignant and funny" musical, says The Daily Telegraph, while The Guardian calls it "excellent". See what the fuss is about with this offer by bagging a ticket to the show for as little as £10.
TheatrePeople.com has chopped over 40% off three ticket types for Monday-Friday performances until 28 June.
Sit in the Upper Circle for £10 instead of £19.50, or get a second-price seat in the Stalls for £29.50 instead of £49.50. Alternatively, book a top-price ticket for £35 and save £30.
The only extra fee is a £2-per-transaction charge.
About the show: "A Chorus Line" recounts the trials and tribulations of Broadway dancers as they fight tooth and nail for their big break. On its debut on Broadway almost 40 years ago it won numerous awards, including the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The songs "At the Ballet" and "What I Did for Love" feature on the hit soundtrack and this West End run, starring John Partridge ("EastEnders") alongside West End leading lady Scarlett Strallen ("Singin' in the Rain"), has already been nominated for three Olivier Awards.
Book by 12 June.