£15 – David Hare play 'The Permanent Way', up to 62% off
Save up to 62% on tickets to Sir David Hare's production, "The Permanent Way"
"The Permanent Way" is a play by Sir David Hare, which focuses on the privatisation of Britain's railways. You can now get tickets for £15 -- saving up to 62% on the usual cost -- when the show comes to The Vaults in Waterloo this month.
- First-class tickets, usually £25-£40, are now £15
- Standard-class tickets, usually £20-£30, are now £15
- A £1.75 fee applies to tickets sent by post or collected at the box office. It's free to print your tickets at home
All performances until 31 October.
About the show
"The Permanent Way" is an interrogation of the chaos arising from the botched privatisation of Britain’s railways. Told through the first-hand accounts of those involved at every level, from passengers to civil service mandarins, this extraordinary verbatim piece asks challenging questions of responsibility and governmental mismanagement.
The play is written by Academy Award nominee and BAFTA-winning playwright and filmmaker, Sir David Hare. He is best known for productions such as "Plenty", "Skylight" and "Stuff Happens".
"Gripping railway privatisation drama still packs a punch... 4 stars" -- The Times
The below reviews refer to the 2004 production:
"Tremendously gripping and often moving play" -- The Daily Telegraph
"Involving, informing, affecting and dramatic" -- The Guardian
"Hare has pulled off the most thought provoking piece of must see British Theatre I have seen in years" -- BBC News