Want to catch A list stars on stage in London this year? The Resident readers can enjoy discounted theatre tickets for Photograph 51, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Mentalists and The Book of Mormon
A big year of new openings in London theatre land is about to get even bigger as both Nicole Kidman and David Suchet return to the West End this year.
Nicole Kidman will star in Photograph 51, a new play directed by Michael Grandage about Rosalind Franklin, the British scientist who helped to discover the structure of DNA.
In Photograph 51, writer Anna Ziegler has crafted a drama about ambition, isolation and the race for greatness. The show will open at the Noel Coward Theatre on 5th September 2015, running until 21st November.
The West End also welcomed back David Suchet to the Vaudeville Theatre this summer in an interesting twist of casting where the Poirot star plays the formidable Lady Bracknell in Adrian Noble’s production of The Importance of Being Earnest.
Readers of The Resident can enjoy 5% off both shows on all performances when booking with Shows in London before the 30th July via showsinlondon.co.uk or calling 0203 567 0620 quoting The Resident.
Want to catch The Office‘s Stephen Merchant in his first stage role? Don’t miss this top price seats deal on tickets for The Mentalists. Get £57.25 seats for just £39.50 on all performances until 31st August 2015 including Fridays and Saturdays.
UPDATE! Tickets for The Book of Mormon are also available from £27.50 with an additional 5% off for The Resident readers when booking online. The deal can be booked for performances up until 24 October, with a book by date of 1 August.