£6 tickets to events at The Festival at Hampstead Theatre
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- Hear from some of today's most celebrated artists in literature, choreography, film, theatre, design and more at Hampstead Theatre's three-day festival of talks, performances and classes.
- Taking place from Friday March 18 - Sunday March 20, this fantastic festival is so jam-packed with culturally-rich pickings that you'll have a job choosing which events to go to.
- We'd hate for you to miss out on the chance to hear from the likes of Sir David Hare, Deborah Moggach and Gary Kemp (to name but a few), which is why we've cut the price of tickets in half. No need to choose - see them all!
Now and then, an evening with a truly inspirational person comes up and, before you know it, all the affordable tickets have sold out. We're pretty sure that's why Hampstead Theatre have put on this super three-day festival featuring an entire programme of events with well-known artists from all manner of professions.
Friday sees best-selling author of 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' Deborah Moggach discuss her work as a writer, and Paul O'Grady takes to the stage to talk about the fourth volume of his autobiography. On Saturday, you'll have the chance to hear from one of Britain’s greatest playwrights, Sir David Hare, and on Sunday from dance legend Matthew Bourne and Spandau Ballet's Gary Kemp. We weren't kidding when we said you'd be spoiled for choice! Luckily, we've got our very own allocation of the remaining tickets for just £6 each. Swoop in while you can, you culture vultures!
Need to know:
- This voucher is valid for one ticket to an event at The Festival at Hampstead Theatre.
- Please select your preferred event at checkout.
- Please present your printed voucher upon arrival.
- Customers purchasing multiple tickets in the same name will be seated together where possible.
- Tickets are allocated by the box office and not Time Out.
- This voucher cannot be cancelled, refunded or exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer.