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 50% off a top-price seat in the Stalls when it comes to Malvern Theatres on 5-8 November. What's more, there are no additional fees to pay.
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 50% and pay as little as £12.15 for a top-price ticket at Malvern Theatres
- No additional fees
Nov. 2, 2012 - Nov. 8, 2012
Malvern, WR14 3HB
Tel: 01684 892277
- For the performance on Monday, 5 November, tickets are £12.15 instead of the usual £24.30. Alternatively, see the show on Tuesday, 6 November, Wednesday, 7 November or Thursday, 8 November for £13.23 instead of £26.46. All of these prices already include the 8%-per-ticket online booking fee.
- 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.
- Please note: The per-ticket fee when booking by phone is 10%, making the offer price £12.38 for the Monday performance and £13.48 for the Tuesday-Thursday shows.
- How to Book:
- - Click "Buy Now" to book directly with Malvern Theatres
- - Click "book online"
- - Select your preferred performance and click "buy tickets"
- - Choose "stalls"
- - Select your seats -- these are the £24.50 seats coloured dark purple
- - Click "add seats to basket"
- - Enter promo code Travelzoo to access the discount. Select the number of seats you require and proceed to the checkout
- - Alternatively, call 01684 892277 to book by phone. The box office is open Monday-Saturday
The small print
This offer is valid for a top-price ticket for any evening performance 5-8 November. Excluding fees, the usual price is £22.50 on 5 November and £24.50 on 6-8 November. There is an 8%-per-ticket fee for online bookings and a 10%-per-ticket fee for phone bookings. Subject to availability. See below for full terms and conditions.
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