By Travelzoo Staff
Set against the backdrop of the swinging '60s, "Carnaby Street" is a new musical full of some of the decade's most recognisable hits. The story of working-class boy Jude, who moves from Liverpool to follow his dreams on the iconic streets of London, it comes to the Opera House Manchester this month.
Why we love it
- "Carnaby Street" is a new jukebox musical featuring some of the biggest hits of the swinging '60s, including "Sweets For My Sweet", "Keep on Running" and "Do Wah Diddy Diddy"
- At the Opera House Manchester from 20-25 May
- Book one of the best seats in the house for £14.75 -- you save 48%
- "Entertaining... fast-paced and ambitious" -- Bucks Free Press
May 8, 2013 - May 25, 2013
Manchester, M3 3HP
- Celebrating the fabulous fashions, larger-than-life characters and classic soundtrack of the 1960s, "Carnaby Street" features a live band playing songs including "Anyone Who Had a Heart", "Born to be Wild", "Keep on Running", "Sweets for my Sweet" and "Do Wah Diddy Diddy". The cast features the likes of Aaron Sidwell ("EastEnders" and the recent West End musical "Loserville") and Verity Rushworth ("Emmerdale").
- This offer is valid for all performances 20-25 May. For £14.75, get a top ticket in the Stalls or Circle, worth £32.40. All prices quoted include the obligatory per-ticket fees. The only extra to pay is a one-off transaction charge of £4.
- "A kaleidoscopic, fast-paced and ambitious show" -- Bucks Free Press
- How to book: Click "Buy Now" to book directly with the theatre. Alternatively, book by phone on 0844 871 3018 and quote "Travelzoo" (call charges apply). The theatre's website is not optimised for mobile use. We recommend you book online from your PC or laptop.
The small print
Subject to availability. Valid 20-25 May, when the normal price of a ticket in Band A is £32.40. All prices quoted already include a per-ticket booking fee. 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.