£19 & up – 'A Day in the Death of Joe Egg', up to 45% off
Expect "excellent" performances in this "fine revival" (The Guardian) of Peter Nichols’s 1967 play
Update: 12:08pm, 1 November: the matinee performances take place on Saturdays, not Sundays as previously stated.
Peter Nichols's 1967 semi-autobiographical play "A Day in the Death of Joe Egg" is based on his real-life experience of bringing up his disabled daughter. You can now get tickets to the "pin-sharp revival" that is "as heartbreaking and funny as ever" (London Evening Standard) for 45% less than usual, when it comes to the West End next week.
- Band A tickets, usually £55, are now £35
- Band B tickets, usually £45, are now £25
- Band C tickets, usually £35, are now £19 (limited availability)
- A £3.50 per-transaction fee applies
- 7:30pm... Monday-Saturday until 23 November
- 2:30pm... Thursday and Saturday 31 October-21 November
About the show
"A Day in the Death of Joe Egg" tells the story of a couple whose lives revolve around their wheelchair-bound daughter, affectionately nicknamed Joe Egg. The play highlights the impact this has upon the marriage, and how they use wild wry humour to keep the family together.
Directed by Simon Evans ("Killer Joe", "Arturo Ui"), this new production brings together Toby Stephens ("Lost in Space"), Claire Skinner ("Outnumbered") and Olivier Award winner Patricia Hodge ("Miranda") who are all making their returns to the West End.
"A play that is brimful of humanity, but without an ounce of sentimentality... 4 stars" -- The Metro
"Both savage and compassionate... [a] worthy tribute and a resounding vindication... 4 stars" -- The Daily Telegraph
"This revival shows it still possesses a rare truth and humanity... 4 stars" -- The Guardian
£19 & up
How to Book
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- Choose your preferred date and time
- Select your seats -- the Travelzoo offer will be marked once you select a seat
- Continue to checkout -- you will be required to create an account