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Boxing Day sale: find out how to get cheap Nottingham Playhouse tickets

Mark Gatiss as King George in The Madness of King George III

Boxing Day sales mean big discounts and exclusive savings and this year Nottingham Playhouse is throwing its hat into the ring with a limited 20% off tickets to its top shows.

From 3pm Boxing Day, until 11.59pm Sunday 31 December, you can book to see the likes of Mark Gatiss in The Madness of George III, comedian Ed Byrne or beat the January blues with a trip to the Pantomime – all for 20% less, or 25% off if you’re a Playhouse Pass member.

Other shows included in the offer are: Town Mouse and Country Mouse, The Abominable Snowman, Sing-a-long-a-Beauty and the Beast, The Wedding, Wonderland, Mirror Mirror, Our Country’s Good, Holes, Motionhouse – Charge, Banff Mountain Film Festival, Shebeen, Sweet Charity, Kindertransport and Leaf.

Book online with the promo code BOXINGDAY17 or call the box office on 0115 9419419.

For more information visit www.nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk

Posted on 26 December 2017

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