Save up to 42% on tickets to Gorky's 'Children of the Sun' at the National Theatre
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- With four star reviews from the Daily Telegraph, Evening Standard, Guardian, Independent, Metro and Sunday Times, this production is not to be missed.
- Save up to £15.50 on tickets to this rarely performed play, one of Maxim Gorky's most poignant works.
- Plus, it's a great chance to visit the iconic National Theatre based on the Southbank.
More details:Howard Davies reunites with Andrew Upton and Bunny Christie to stage this critically acclaimed production of Maxim Gorky’s 'Children of the Sun'. Set between the Russian revolutions, this darkly comic play depicts the new middle-class, foolish yet likeable, as they flounder about, philosophising and flirting, blind to their impending annihilation.
Written while he was imprisoned and during the 1905 revolution, ‘Children of the Sun’ takes aim at the wildly out of touch intellectual elite of the country. Both tragic and comic, it is a scathing tale that looks at idealism, the future and status quo.
Rated four stars by The Telegraph, Evening Standard, Independent, Metro and Sunday Times The Guardian this new production is not one to miss.
Need to know:
- Tickets have a value of up to £34, ticket value ranges between £24-34. Tickets for each date will be allocated on first come first serve basis by the theatre.
- Voucher valid for one ticket to 'Children of the Sun' at Lyttleton Theatre at the National Theatre on selected dates from June 18- July 14, 2013.
- Please select your preferred date on checkout.
- Please print your voucher and present it to the box office on arrival in exchange for your ticket. Tickets available an hour before the show starts.
- Cannot be cancelled, refunded or exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer.
- Tickets allocated by the National Theatre, not Time Out.