By Travelzoo Staff
"Save the Last Dance for Me" is a lively love story chock-full of 1960s music from legendary songwriting duo Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman, including "Sweets for My Sweet" and "Teenager in Love". The show is in Bristol from 8-11 July and top tickets are now £14.75 -- that's 56% off the usual price.
Why we love it
- "Save the Last Dance for Me" is a jukebox musical featuring the music of legendary songwriting duo Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman, including "Viva Las Vegas", "Sweets For My Sweet" and "Can't Get Used to Losing You"
- Book a top ticket at the Bristol Hippodrome for £14.75 and save 56% on the usual price
- Available 8-11 July
July 1, 2013 - July 11, 2013
"Save the Last Dance for Me"
St Augustine's Parade
Bristol, BS1 4UZ
Tel: 0844 871 3012
- Currently touring the UK, "Save the Last Dance for Me" was recently described by The News as "a toe-tapping, entertaining and lively" jukebox musical. Set in 1963, it tells the story of two sisters on holiday in Suffolk who, when invited to a dance at the local US airforce base, learn that life is not quite as simple as they thought.
- For £14.75, book a Price Band A ticket -- worth £33.40 -- in the Stalls or Grand Circle of the Bristol Hippodrome. All prices quoted include the venue's obligatory per-ticket fee, so the only extra to pay is a one-off transaction charge of £4.
- How to book: Click "Buy Now" to book directly with the venue. Discounted tickets are in Price Band A and coloured turquoise on the map. They should appear as £14.75, but if prompted, enter promo code TZOO. A £4 transaction charge applies. The theatre's website is not optimised for mobile use. We recommend you book online from your PC, laptop or tablet.
The small print
Subject to availability. Valid 8-11 July for Price Band A tickets. Including the theatre's per-ticket fee of £3.90, the usual price is £33.40. Must be used in one visit. Advance booking required. Cannot be combined with any other offer. No cash value or cash back. The regular value stated is based on the maximum combined cost of the items in this package at time of publication. A transaction fee of £4 applies.