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New Year Flash Sale is now live

As the twinkle of tinsel begins to fade and the excesses of Christmas begin to appear in bank accounts (and waistlines) January can be a testing time to say the least.

So we’ve set out to spread some joy this January with a special flash sale on shows in our adult season with a pay-what-you-can offer. Tickets start at just £1 up to a maximum of £15 for any adult show so you can bag a bargain – perfect if your new year’s resolution is to try something new!

This offer is only available in January and tickets are strictly limited per show so once the offer is gone, it’s gone! So make sure to get booking for the shows you want to see.

To book, ensure you’re logged in and select the show you want. Add the tickets to your basket (note: the discount can only be applied to two tickets per customer) and enter the promotion code that corresponds to the amount you wish to pay. For example if you want to pay £10, simply enter the promotion code JAN10 if you want to pay £5 enter the code JAN5 etc. If the code doesn’t work, then that means the maximum amount of tickets for the show has been reached (sorry).

With so much to choose from in the upcoming season including theatre, music, spoken word and circus you’re spoiled for choice.
You could get political with an interactive spoken word piece from Jamal Harewood or explore the meaning of home in light of current hostility to migrants with Ilé la Wà (We Are Home) by Tolu Abgelusi. Or if you prefer your politics in a more musical form, check out supergroup Collective X with Love & Protest here in May.

We’re also celebrating International Women’s Day with a range of theatre, cabaret and music from pioneering female artists. Wet Picnic also promise to bring an unforgettable experience using immersive sound technology and Stratford Circus Arts Centre favourites Ockham’s Razor return with a free premiere of their new outdoor show, Belly of the Whale. We’re also thrilled to be working with the innovative Black Theatre Live who are bringing two shows exploring race and identity, Dominoes and Mountains: The Dreams of Lily Kwok.

So why not give yourself something to look forward to, see something new or treat a friend here in 2018.

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Coming up in 2018

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