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£18 off Tickets to the RSC’s Love’s Labour’s Lost
£18 off Tickets to the RSC’s Love’s Labour’s Lost

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£18 off Tickets to the RSC’s Love’s Labour’s Lost

Love, desire and fantasy are all put under scrutiny in this witty Shakespeare's play

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The RSC brings Shakespeare's witty play Love's Labour's Lost to the Theatre Royal Haymarket this winter.

Directed by Christopher Luscombe, with a dazzling design by Simon Higlett and glorious music by Nigel Hess, this production of Love's Labour's Lost conjures up the carefree elegance of a pre-war Edwardian summer.

Book now to save £18 on your tickets!


Band A tickets are discounted from £67.50 to just £49.50 for Monday - Friday performances 30 Jan - 4 March.
 

Theatre Royal, Haymarket 18 Suffolk Street , London SW1Y 4HT

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