19 May – 1 June (excluding 23 May)
Woyzeck, by Georg Büchner, in a new version by Jack Thorne at The Old Vic.
Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) breathes new life into Woyzeck, one of the most extraordinary plays ever written.
It’s 1980s Berlin. The Cold War rages and the world sits at a crossroads between Capitalism and Communism. On the border between East and West, a young soldier (John Boyega) and the love of his life are desperately trying to build a better future for their child.
But the cost of escaping poverty is high in this searing tale of the people society leaves behind.
The Offer: £20 tickets (max 2 per person), available for performances on 19 May – 1 June, including matinees (excluding 23 May).
Use Promocode WOYZECK20 to redeem your offer & show star card on arrival. Available online or at box office.
Booking deadline: 25 May.
Valid across all performances (5-17 June, 10pm) and bookable to 17 June.
A night of live music and theatre starring Charlie Fink (former Noah and the Whale frontman and songwriter) and Jade Anouka (Donmar Warehouse’s Shakespeare Trilogy).
In an interconnected, digital world, what does it take to disappear? An idealistic young songwriter sets out to write a 21st century pop masterpiece and vanishes without a trace. Might his personal songbook be the key to unlocking the mystery?
Theatre and music interweave in this late-night show, bringing together the experience of a live gig and a modern folk tale.
Cover My Tracks gives you the exclusive chance to see Charlie Fink perform songs from his new solo album of the same title, his first since Noah and the Whale. This will be the only opportunity to watch the show live in London before it embarks on a UK and international tour.
To book your discounted tickets use the promo code STAR10 for the £10 tickets. The offer is valid across all performances (5-17 June, 10pm) and bookable to 17 June.
Inspired by Europe's Salon culture, 1901 Arts Club boasts elegant facilities for chamber music performances, rehearsals, corporate and private meetings and entertainment within licensed premises.
STAR CARD holders can enjoy a 1/3 off the next Hattori Foundation Rush Hour recital on 18th May featuring award-winning pianist Daniel Lebhardt and Benjamin Baker on violin.
JS Bach Violin Sonata No.3 in C major, BWV 1005 - Adagio and Fugue (for solo violin)
Tchaikovsky "Melodie" from Souvenir d'un lieu cher, Op.42
Saint-Saens Caprice in the form of a Waltz (arr. Ysaye)
Franck Sonata in A for violin and piano 30'
More details about the event and tickets can be found here.
Terms & Conditions | The password to unlock the offer online is 'starcard10'. Card hlders can purchase a maximum of 2 tickets. Present your card on arrival to the venue.
Enjoy 2 for 1 tickets at BFI Southbank's incredible India on Film season!
Throughout 2017, the BFI is celebrating the diversity of Indian filmmaking and films about India in our India on Film season. This month we’re focusing on music in Indian cinema with films of jaw-dropping and eye-popping song and dance. Don't miss experiencing these classics and modern gems on the big screen.
To enjoy 2 tickets for the price of 1 simply quote INDIA241 when booking on line, in person or over the phone to claim the offer. Only valid for all films and events (except include the LFF Archive Gala) in the BFI’s India On Film season in 2017
Valid on performances 2 – 20 May.
Special offer – get best available seats for just £15 tickets to Salomé at the National Theatre!
Following the critically-acclaimed production of Les Blancs, Yaël Farber returns to the NT with an epic retelling of the infamous biblical tale.
To access £15 tickets, use promo code SALOME15 when booking. Visit the web page, click Dates and Buy tickets, select your seats, and then click ‘Show concession prices’ and select £15 offer.
Valid on performances 2 – 20 May.
A contemporary art exhibition of large-scale sculptures of the most enduring super heroes and villains created with nearly 2,000,000 LEGO® bricks. Artist Nathan Sawaya interprets themes found throughout DC mythology including transformation and reinvention, strength and weakness, and good versus evil. The exhibition continues until the end of the summer.
Terms and Conditions | Offer available Tuesdays to Fridays
Duration | Until 3rd September 2017
To coincide with the release of Stephen Woolley’s Their Finest, we offer you a rare chance to see a delightful selection of distinguished wartime shorts and features that embrace the everyday reality of a besieged and battered Britain. Highlights include In Which We Serve with Celia Johnson making her feature debut in Noël Coward and David Lean’s 1942 movie celebrating the British class system and Perfect Strangers staring a luminous Deborah Kerr. Features will be accompanied by a selection of Ministry of Information shorts that offer a female perspective of war-torn London.
To enjoy two tickets for the price of one simply quote GIRLS241 when booking.
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