By Travelzoo Staff
The Malvern Festival Theatre is hosting a double bill of 1-act Sir Peter Shaffer plays later this month. "The Private Ear" and "The Public Eye", which will be performed as a pair, will run from 23-28 September, and Travelzoo subscribers can save up to 53% on tickets.
Why we love it
- A double bill of Sir Peter Shaffer plays at Malvern Festival Theatre
- "The Private Ear" and "The Public Eye" are running from 23-28 September
- Top-price seats in the Stalls and Circle are available for £13.75 -- saving you up to 53%
- "It is genuinely entertaining" -- Daily Telegraph
Sept. 12, 2013 - Sept. 24, 2013
Malvern Festival Theatre
Malvern, WR14 3HB
Tel: 01684 892277
- This deal allows you to grab top-price seats in the Stalls or Circle, worth up to £29.15, for just £13.75. This price already includes the theatre's 10% per-ticket booking fee, so there is no extra cost.
- Written by multi-award-winning British playwright, Sir Peter Shaffer ("Amadeus", "Equus" and "Lettice and Lovage"), "The Private Ear" and "The Public Eye" were a West End hit in 1962, starring a young Kenneth Williams and Maggie Smith.
- The latest renditions of these comedies star Jasper Britton ("Race", "The Last Cigarette"), Steven Blakeley ("Heartbeat"), Rupert Hill ("Coronation Street") and Siobhan O’Kelly ("Inspector George Gently", "Mutual Friends"), and explore love and relationships in London during the 1960s.
- "Intriguing and original… genuinely entertaining" -- Daily Telegraph
- How to Book:
- - Click "Buy Now" to book directly with Malvern Theatres
- - Click "Book this show"
- - Select the performance you'd like to see, listed under "Public Eye" (this is for both shows)
- - Choose "Stalls" or "Circle"
- - Select your seats -- these are the top-price band in the selection and will initially appear without a booking fee
- - Click "Add seats to basket"
- - Choose the number of seats you want and enter promo code travelzoo to access the discount
- - Proceed to the checkout
The small print
This offer is valid for a top-price ticket for all performances from 23-28 September. The usual price for a top-price ticket is between £22.55-£29.15. All prices quoted include the theatre's 10% per-ticket booking fee. Must be used in one visit. Advance booking required. Full terms and conditions below.
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