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The Height Of The Storm at Wyndham's Theatre

The Height Of The Storm

See Jonathan Pryce and Eileen Atkins star in the new play by acclaimed French writer Florian Zeller. André and Madeleine have been happy together for more than half a century, but a weekend visit from their daughter turns everything on its head. Offer details: Band A tickets reduced to £57.50 (normally £83.02) Band B tickets reduced to £37.50 (normally £58.42) Band C tickets reduced to £25 (normally £30.75) Valid on performances from 2-11 October, excluding 9 October Must be booked by 22 July Subject to availability Book The Height Of The Storm tickets now

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It Happened In Key West at Charing Cross Theatre (Image: Darren Bell, courtesy of Kevin Wilson PR)

It Happened In Key West

Discover the new musical based on a true story about an American scientist who wont let death stand in the way of being with the woman he loves. In 1930s Florida, he finds a way to keep their romance alive, even when his lover isn’t. Offer details: Monday saver offer All tickets reduced to £20 Valid on all Monday performances until 18 August Must be booked by 18 August Subject to availability Summer saving offer All tickets £25 or less Valid on all performances until 28 July Must be booked by 23 July Subject to availability Book It Happened In

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Five shows to see this week - Tartuffe at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Five shows to see this week

Which London shows should you see to brighten up your week? Here are our five suggestions:

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Caroline, Or Change at Playhouse Theatre (Image: Alastair Muir, courtesy of The Corner Shop PR)

Caroline, Or Change

See Chichester Festival Theatre’s acclaimed production of Caroline, Or Change as it transfers to London’s West End. Created by Angels In America’s Tony Kushner and Fun Home’s Jeanine Tesori, the hit musical is set in 1960s Louisiana, where change is in the air. The basement of the Gellman house is a magical place, but a kind gesture could change everything. Offer details: Band A tickets reduced to £29.50 Valid on performances from 20 November to 14 December Must be booked by 12 August Subject to availability Book Caroline, Or Change tickets now

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Hamilton at Victoria Palace Theatre (Image courtesy of Cameron Mackintosh Ltd)

Gregory Haney: 14 questions

Gregory Haney, who starred in Hamilton on Broadway and in the West End, tells us about the hottest musical in the world right now.

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Wade McCollum, star of It Happened In Key West at Charing Cross Theatre (Image courtesy of Kevin Wilson PR)

Wade McCollum: 12 questions

American performer Wade McCollum tells us about launching new musical It Happened In Key West, based on an extraordinary real US event.

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Motown the Musical at Shaftesbury Theatre (Image: Tristram Kenton, courtesy of Premier PR)

Motown The Musical

The greatest songs from the world’s most famous record label come to the London stage in Motown The Musical. Telling the story of how Berry Gordy founded and built Motown, the hit musical features a host of incredible songs from artists including Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder and Martha Reeves. Offer details: Monday-Thursday: £10 off and No Booking Fee on Bands A, C & D Fridays & Saturday matinees: £10 off and No Booking Fee on Bands A, B & D Valid on performances from 2 July – 2 September Must be booked by 28 July Subject to

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Elliot Warren in Flesh And Bone at Soho Theatre (Image: Owen Baker, courtesy of Chloe Nelkin PR)

Flesh And Bone: “pulls you in by the scruff of your neck”

Unpolished Theatre co-founder Elliot Warren on bringing “loud mouths of the East End” to the West End in acclaimed play, Flesh And Bone.

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Barry Humphries Weimar Cabaret (Image courtesy of Target Live)

Meow Meow: 15 questions

Cabaret star Meow Meow tells us about bringing early 20th-century Berlin to London in Barry Humphries’ Weimar Cabaret.

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The Importance Of Being Earnest at Vaudeville Theatre (Image courtesy of See)

The Importance Of Being Earnest

See Olivier Award winner Sophie Thompson in Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy about class, hidden histories, alternative lives and a handbag. Offer details: Band A tickets reduced to £65 or £55 Band B tickets reduced to £45 or £35 Band C tickets reduced to £38 or £28 Offer includes 1 x glass of wine, 1 x beer or 1 x soft drink per ticket Valid on performances from 20 July to 10 August Must be booked by 13 July Subject to availability Book The Importance Of Being Earnest offer ticket now

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Dreamgirls at Savoy Theatre (Image courtesy of Dewynters)

Dreamgirls

One of the hottest tickets in the West End, Dreamgirls is a crowd-pleasing Olivier Award-winning musical.

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Circa's Peepshow at Underbelly Festival (Image: Kurt Petersen, courtesy of Chloe Nelkin PR)

Introducing… Circa’s Peepshow

Yaron Lifschitz tells us about Peepshow, the voyeuristic show from Australian circus company, Circa.

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Fly By Night Image at GDIF 20183 (Image: Tod Seelie, courtesy Creative Time)

Greenwich+Docklands International Festival: festival focus

Artistic Director Bradley Hemmings tells us about the free outdoor theatrical treats in store as part of Greenwich+Docklands International Festival 2017.

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The Three Musketeers at St Paul's Church, Covent Garden

The Three Musketeers

See the swashbuckling tale performed in the open air at Covent Garden’s famous St Paul’s Church. In this production, D’Artagnan is actually a woman, which makes her dream of becoming a musketeer even more unlikely as the musketeers are a male-only organisation. Offer details: Adult tickets reduced from £23.00 to £18.97 Child tickets reduced from £16.10 to £14.37 Valid on all main run performances Must be booked by 28 July Subject to availability Book The Three Musketeers offer now

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Lucy Kay (right) stars in TriOperas at Peacock Theatre (Image: Tristram Kenton, courtesy of Emma Holland PR)

Lucy Kay: 13 questions

Britain’s Got Talent finalist Lucy Kay tells us about TriOperas, the opera show that pushes all the boundaries.

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Poetry Slam, part of The Last Word Festival (Image courtesy of Mobius)

Festival focus: The Last Word Festival

From poetry to podcasts, The Last Word Festival, has it all, as producer Jack Prideaux tells us.

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Cockamamy, by Louise Couthard (Image: Alex Brenner, courtesy of Chloe Nelkin PR)

Louise Coulthard: “Gran’s dementia led to many ludicrous moments”

Louise Coulthard on Cockamamy, her play about friendship, loss and dementia.

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The Band, the Take That musical, at Theatre Royal Haymarket

The Band

Catch Take That musical The Band when it comes to London for a Christmas season. Follow the fortunes of five female friends who try to turn the clock back and relive their teenage lives by meeting their pop idols. Book The Band tickets now

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Heathers The Musical at The Other Palace

Heathers The Musical

See Carrie Hope Fletcher in this musical adaptation of the cult 1980s film. When Veronica is accepted by powerful high school clique, the Heathers, everything is looking up. But when new boy JD joins the school, people begin to die. Book Heathers The Musical tickets now

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The Mousetrap at St Martin's Theatre

The Mousetrap

See the world’s longest running show, Agatha Christie’s murder mystery, The Mousetrap. On a snowy night at Monkwell Manor guests start dying. Can you work out whodunit? Offer details: Special deal available for groups of 4. Must include 2 children. Monday-Thursday: 4 Band A tickets £160, 4 Band C tickets £95 Friday: 4 Band A tickets £175, 4 Band C tickets £105 Valid on performances from 8 June – 28 September 2018 Must be booked by 28 September 2018 Subject to availability Book The Mousetrap offer now

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