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Don Quixote - Bolshoi Ballet

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Cheap Don Quixote - Bolshoi Ballet Tickets

Was: £59.50 Now: £40.00

Valid 31 Dec 2018 - 31 Jan 2019.. Excludes Sat matinee.

Was: £49.50 Now: £30.00

Valid 31 Dec 2018 - 31 Jan 2019.. Excludes Sat matinee.

Was: £39.50 Now: £20.00

Valid 31 Dec 2018 - 31 Jan 2019.. Excludes Sat matinee.

Don Quixote - Bolshoi Ballet

After a lifetime of reading books on chivalry, one eccentric old man heads off on a rumbustious quest to become a wandering knight accompanied by his faithful and equally ill-suited servant, ‘riotously performed by David Threlfall as Don Quixote and Rufus Hound as Sancho Panza’ (The Times). Taking up a lance and sword, Don Quixote sets out on a hilarious journey across medieval Spain, defending the helpless and vanquishing the wicked. 

Booking from: Friday, 21st December 2018
Booking until: Saturday, 2nd February 2019
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Rip It Up

Rip It Up

The ultimate strictly boy band of dance bring the 60’s smashing into the 21st century, in an explosion of song, dance, acrobatics and amazing visuals!
 
Aston Merrygold (JLS) and Jay McGuiness (The Wanted) sing, while Harry Judd (McFly) is on drums and Olympic champion Louis Smith performs amazing gymnastic feats. But what shines through the most in this spectacular show is the fab four’s phenomenal dancing talent!
 
The boys are joined by an incredible cast of dancers, singers and musicians, to celebrate the iconic sounds, sights and events of the decade which transformed the 20th Century.

Booking from: Thursday, 7th February 2019
Booking until: Sunday, 2nd June 2019
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How to get there: (2mins) Follow Charing Cross Road parallel to Leicester Square until you reach the theatre on your left.

Address:
2 Charing Cross Road
London
WC2H 0HH

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This theatre was designed by Walter Emden, with CJ Phipps brought in as a consultant to help with the planning on this difficult site, which included an underground river. Originally the theatre had 800 seats on 4 levels, but the gallery (top) level has since been closed and the seating capacity reduced to 656. The gold leaf auditorium was restored in 1986 by the stage designer Carl Toms and in 1997 the front facade had a facelift.

The theatre has mostly been associated with comedies and comedy-dramas. Recent productions include a transfer in January 1982 from the Strand Theatre of the farce Ne Sex Please We're British which then subsquently transferred to the Duchess Theatre in August 1986. On 24 October 1995 the Royal National Theatre's multi-award winning production of JB Priestly's An Inspector Calls opened here having played successful seasons at the RNT's Lyttelton and Olivier theatres aswell as the Aldwych theatre and a season on Broadway.