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Irish Blood, English Heart Tickets

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Irish Blood, English Heart

Booking from 2nd May 2011
Booking to 21st May 2011

In a mysterious lock up in south London two sons divvy up the emotional legacy of their estranged father. An unsettling tale of brothers, bloodties, nationhood, and a dead London cabby, that plays out like a taut thriller.

Special Offers

Holding The Man and Dinner at Spaghetti House

We now have pre-theatre and post-theatre ticket and dinner packages available for Holding The Man and Spaghetti House.

Holding The Man is playing at the Trafalgar Studios and is based on the much loved award winning book by Tim Conigrave.

Adapted for the stage by acclaimed playwright Tommy Murphy, Holding the Man is a hilariously funny, tender and moving play following the remarkable true life love story of Tim Conigrave and John Caleo. It is a celebration that speaks across generations, sexual preference and culture.

Spaghetti House is located on St. Martin’s Lane. A passion for good food and authentic Italian flavours were the main ingredients which inspired the Lavarini family to open the first Spaghetti House restaurant in 1955 in Goodge Street.

Since those early days Spaghetti House has now grown into a 10 strong group of restaurants, all located at iconic locations in the West End of London.

The package is available for Monday to Saturday performances at 7.30pm and the restaurant will be booked for 6pm or 10.30pm.

The ticket is normally


Waiting For Godot

New Micro Site For Waiting For Godot Now Live

Our next new micro site to go live is Waiting For Godot.

In a year rich with diverse drama Sean Mathias

News Theatre

War Horse Tickets

New Microsite for War Horse Tickets Now Live

The next of our new microsites to go live is War Horse Tickets.

War Horse is set during the outbreak of World War One.

Joey, young Albert’s beloved horse, is sold to the cavalry and shipped to France.

He’s soon caught up in enemy fire, and fate takes him on an extraordinary odyssey, serving on both sides before finding himself alone in no man’s land.

War Horse has received rave reviews from the critics. The Sunday Express says “An extraordinary piece of theatre which is both epic and intimate. Guaranteed to move the heart.”

For more details and quotes see the new site for War Horse Tickets.


The Habit of Art

Alan Bennett’s new play, The Habit of Art, is about the theatre, poetry and music.


The White Guard

The White Guard is staged by The National at Lyttleton on the Southbank, London, from 15th March 2010.


Comedy at The Apollo Theatre, London

We have two new comedy shows for you at the Apollo Theatre.

Opening on 14th September and running only until 24th October is Ross Noble. Ross Noble was voted one of the top ten greatest stand ups of all time by Channel 4 viewers and has received some rave reviews as well.


A Guide To Sexual Misery – one night only!

“An hour and a half of laughter, astonishment and discovery” The Times.

“This show will play to packed houses and get rather riotous” Evening Standard.

You, of course, have a great sex life – congratulations! However, everyone else in the audience does not.

Find out why as Wolfgang Weinberger delivers this hysterically funny romp through the minefield of sexual relations – A Guide to Sexual Misery, at Leicester Square Theatre, one night only – Saturday 25th July 2009.



All My Sons

All My Sons opens on 19th May 2010 at the Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, starring David Suchet and Zoe Wanamaker.


Stephen and the Sexy Partridge

Stephen and the Sexy Partridge is based on “The 12 Days of Christmas”.

Stephen and the Sexy Partridge returns on 25th November 2009 to Trafalgar Studios Two in London following a sold out run at The Old Red Lion.