The re-sale of tickets is strictly prohibited and we reserve the right to refuse admission to customers with tickets purchased on re-sale websites. If you bought tickets as a gift or can no longer go to the performance, we can transfer tickets to a friend or relative. Can I get food and drink before, during or after the shows?
However, there will be some security details that we need to check with you before we can do this – please contact the Box Office here and we will then contact you to verify your booking details. Food and drink can be found in restaurants, cafés and bars throughout the building, most with al-fresco seating overlooking the vibrant South Bank.
A special will be broadcast live to cinemas on 27 July.
In the midst of the AIDS crisis and a conservative Reagan administration, New Yorkers grapple with life and death, love and sex, heaven and hell. Monday – Thursday evenings and all matinees £65, £60, £52, £41, £29, £15 Friday and Saturday evenings £65, £56, £46, £31, £18 Previews 24, 25 Apr: £39, £32, £25, £20, £15 All other Previews: £45, £36, £27, £22, £15 Two-Play: combined ticket days* Weekdays: £130, £120, £104, £82, £58, £30 Saturday: £130, £125, £108, £87, £60, £33 Preview Saturday 29 April: £90, £72, £54, £44, £30 *On Two-Play: combined ticket days, tickets are only available as a combined ticket to attend both at 7pm.
The cast includes Andrew Garfield playing Prior Walter, Denise Gough playing Harper Pitt, Nathan Lane playing Roy Cohn, James Mc Ardle playing Louis Ironson and Russell Tovey playing Joe Pitt. Encores of both parts will be in selected cinemas from 4 August. Concessions Under-18s Half price for Monday – Friday evenings and all matinees. Senior Citizens For midweek matinees save £20 on £52 and £41 tickets, or save £10 on £60 tickets. If you choose to have your tickets posted, they will be sent out two to four weeks ahead of the performance.
Hollywood would have us believe that they are romantic, misunderstood and - even if we leave them for another man - likely to move to Tennessee and build us a house on a lake with blue shutters and await our return.
But how do daters in the UK actually differ from daters in the US?
This undoubtedly says more about the type of men I go for than it does about North American blokes as a whole.
But I cannot tell you how often I hear the same from British women.
The American men I've dated were (coincidentally) all from DC.
And overall, I found them swaggering, careerist, and utterly terrified of commitment.
So what does the UK dating scene have going for it, according to this research?
It seems to me that we're a lot more down-to-earth, for a start.
Everyone seems to celebrate Independence Day, these days.