By Travelzoo Staff
Fresh from Broadway and the West End, "Driving Miss Daisy" is the award-winning play about an unlikely friendship between a wealthy widow and her chauffeur in the 1940s American South. Travelzoo subscribers can get 51% off a top-price seat when it comes to the Churchill Theatre in Bromley on 18-23 March.
Why we love it
- Fresh from the West End, this production of "Driving Miss Daisy" won the 2012 WhatsOnStage.com award for Best Revival
- Starring Gwen Taylor ("Heartbeat", "Coronation Street") and Don Warrington ("Rising Damp", "Waking the Dead")
- Save 51% and pay £15 for a top-price ticket in the Stalls or Circle
- Valid 18-23 March
March 14, 2013 - March 24, 2013
"Driving Miss Daisy"
Bromley, BR1 1HA
- Based on Albert Uhry's Pulitzer Prize-winning script and the Oscar-winning movie adaptation, the West End run won the 2012 WhatsOnStage.com award for Best Revival. This touring version stars Gwen Taylor ("Heartbeat", "Coronation Street") as Miss Daisy alongside Don Warrington ("Rising Damp", "Waking the Dead") as her driver Hoke Colburn.
- This £15 offer is for a Price Band A ticket in the Stalls or Circle. Including all per-ticket fees, the usual price is £30.40. Subject to availability, all performances from 18-23 March are included. The only extra to pay is a £2.85-per-transaction fee.
- How to Book: Click "Buy Now" to book directly with ATG Tickets. Enter promo code Travelzoo when prompted, then choose where you want to sit and click on "£15 - Travelzoo offer" for each Price Band A ticket (coloured green). ATG's website is not optimised for mobile phones. We recommend using a PC, laptop or tablet to book online.
The small print
Subject to availability. Valid for all performances 18-23 March. Price Band A tickets usually cost £27.50 plus a £2.90 per-ticket fee. All prices quotes already include per-ticket fees and a £1 theatre restoration levy. Advance booking required. Not valid for tickets already purchased. No cash value or cash back. The full value quoted is based on the maximum ticket cost plus additional per-ticket fees at the time of publication. Cannot be used retrospectively or in conjunction with any other offer. A one-off transaction fee of £2.85 applies.