By Travelzoo Staff
"Birdsong" is a "superb" adaptation of the bestselling Sebastian Faulks novel, says The Daily Telegraph
. Travelzoo subscribers can save 55% on the price of a top ticket when it comes to the King's Theatre in Glasgow this week.
Why we love it
- Save over 50% on a ticket for "Birdsong", starring Arthur Bostrom ("'Allo, 'Allo") and Charlie G Hawkins ("EastEnders")
- For £12.50, book a seat in the Stalls or the Grand Circle at Glasgow's King's Theatre
- The play is based on Sebastian Faulks's bestselling novel, a love story set before and during World War I
"Birdsong" was recently given four stars in a review by The Daily Telegraph, which said it was "superb"
- This offer price is valid for all shows until 13 April
April 5, 2013 - April 13, 2013
297 Bath Street
Glasgow, G2 4JN
Tel: 0844 871 7627 (call charges apply)
- Usually £25 plus a £2.90-per-ticket fee, Stalls and Grand Circle tickets in Price Band A are now £12.50. The offer price already includes a £2.50-per-ticket fee and a £1-per-ticket theatre restoration levy. The only extra to pay is a one-off transaction fee of £2.85. This offer is valid for all performances until 13 April.
- "Birdsong" stars Arthur Bostrom ("'Allo, 'Allo"), Charlie G Hawkins ("EastEnders") and Sarah Jayne Dunn ("Hollyoaks"). Touring for the first time, this adaptation of "Birdsong" tells a story of courage and sacrifice before and during World War I, when a young Englishman embarks on a dangerous love affair. The novel came 13th in a 2003 BBC poll to find the nation's best-loved books and was also made into a BBC mini-series last year.
- "Fantastic… Superbly crafted" -- The Stage
The small print
Valid for a Price Band A ticket for performances until 13 April, subject to availability. Advance booking required. Not valid on tickets already purchased. Cannot be combined with any other offer. A £2.85 transaction fee applies. Must be used in one visit. No cash value or cash back. The full value quoted is based on the maximum ticket cost plus per-ticket fees at the time of publication. Offer price already includes per-ticket fees.