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16th
Jul

Five Fab Shows for Theatre Lovers

If you enjoy trips to theatre but don’t go as often as you’d like, maybe this summer it’s time to re-ignite your passion for the stage and book tickets to a show or two. Whether you love a musical, prefer a dramatic theatrical performance or simply enjoy a stand-up comedian, here are six must-see shows this summer as well as brilliant discounts and cashback to help you save!

1. Musicals

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If you want to see a show you can sing along to, get tickets to Thriller. Celebrate the King of Pop in this two hour long tribute showcasing the very best of Michael Jackson. With hit songs including ABC, Billie Jean, Beat It, and of course Thriller, this electrifying show is a must see for all MJ fans! It’s so popular that is has been extended numerous times and is now currently showing until April 2016. Save £50 per person on gold tickets Sunday to Friday and get an additional 5% off when you book with Ticketree.com. You can also book hotel accommodation and rail fares all in one package plus you will get 6% cashback!

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2. Theatrical

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If hard hitting drama is more your thing, a classic Shakespeare play like Macbeth is a perfect pick for the theatre. This powerful and dramatic tragedy will be showing at The Lion & Unicorn Theatre between September 15th and October 10th and is must see for serious theatre goers. Watch the tale of Macbeth, the Duke of Scotland who sets out to kill the king after hearing a prophecy from three witches that tell him he will one day be king. Buy tickets for this murderous tale from Living Social for just £13 and you will also earn 5% cashback!

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3. Kids

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Aliens Love Underpants is a show for the kids this summer. Showing at the Dominion Theatre and based on a book by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort, this hilarious and wacky stage show tells the story of Timmy, a boy whose dreams of becoming a spaceman come true when he travels to the Planet Janet only to find Aliens and a whole lot of underpants. This show is suitable for those aged three and up and is sure to have your little ones rolling around in fit of giggles with plenty of jokes about knickers. It is showing through August and September and tickets start from as little as £15. Buy from TheatrePeople and you will also earn 5% cashback!

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4. Dance

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If you’re a dance connoisseur and want to watch a classic piece of art, get tickets to Swan Lake performed by the St Petersburg Ballet Theatre and led by internationally acclaimed Irina Kolesnikova as well as guest dancers and performed with a live orchestra. Swan Lake is a classic love story between Prince Siegfriend and the Swan Princess Odette with a love conquers all theme when they are cruelly parted. This stunning performance is a must see for dance lovers that appreciate classic ballet. Showing from the 13th-20th August, buy tickets from £34.50 from Theatre Tickets Direct and you will also earn 3.5% cashback!

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5. Burlesque

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Get into the 1920’s vibe with a burlesque performance in London. Although not strictly theatre, burlesque is a glamorous and popular cabaret show and can be a lot of fun. Enjoy a risqué performance whilst enjoying a three course dinner and a glass of prosecco when you book with Groupon. From just £29 you can enjoy all of this at one of Proud Cabaret’s three locations in either the City, Camden or Brighton. Why not get into the spirit of burlesque and embrace the 1920’s theme in costume whilst eating your meal. Buy tickets from Groupon and you will also get up to 12% cashback!

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