See the Birmingham Royal Ballet's reimagining of folk tale ''Aladdin'' at the London Coliseum and save up to 55% on tickets in the Dress and Upper Circle. Usually £45 or £55, these seats are now £25 each. Described as "absolutely astonishing" and awarded four stars by The Daily Telegraph, the show has garnered glowing reviews during its brief UK tour.
This offer applies to all performances on 20-22 March. The only extra to pay is a one-off transaction fee of £1.75 when booking online, or £3.50 when booking by phone.
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''.
Travelzoo tip: Book in person at the London Coliseum box office to avoid the one-off transaction fee.
"Birmingham Royal Ballet are on fresh and buoyant form" -- The Guardian
Book by 18 March.