Multibuy Plays

Jefferson's Garden
The Deranged Marriage
The Absence of War
All My Sons
Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage

Choose any five of these brilliant, high-quality plays and pay for the price of four!

Jefferson's Garden: Thursday 5 - 21 February
Set in 1776 America, this powerful new play from Our Country's Good author Timberlake Wertenbaker tells a story of revolution through the eyes of Thomas Jeffferson, Christian, a Quaker, and Susannah, who was born a slave. Where does true freedom lie?

The Absence of War: Tuesday 3 - Saturday 7 March
This rarely revived, stinging and funny political drama by David Hare is presented by the company behindThe Seagull and Medea at the Palace, as well as the West End's 1984 and Chimerica.

All My Sons: Tuesday 10 - Saturday 14 March
This powerful adaptation of Arthur Miller's searing investigation of honesty, guilt and the corrupting power of greed comes to you from the company behind the acclaimed Moon on a Rainbow Shawl.

Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage: Wednesday 8 - Saturday 11 April
Put together with input from Gareth 'Alfie' Thomas himself, the first openly gay ruugby player, this is a story about sport, politics, secrets, life and learning to be yourself.

The Deranged Marriage: Saturday 25 April - Saturday 2 May
This smash-hit show returns for its 10th anniversary! Rishi and Sona's whirlwind, traditional wedding circus is on the move with or without them, but beneath the dancing and sparkling saris a forbidden love threatens to derail the whole thing...

Mermaid: Tuesday 12 - Saturday 16 May
This thrilling re-imagining of Hans Christian Andersen's tale of love, loss and desire is plundered for its full dark, mythic power in a contemporary new setting. 

Terms & Conditions: Multibuy offers are available on all prices, including concessions and Friends discounts but exc;uding Rumour 16-25. All tickets must be purchased in one transaction by 25 Oct. Free ticket exchange is available if you need to swap dates, subject to availability. All tickets must be in the same price band. Excludes Friday and Saturday evening performances and previews. Offer not available to book online.
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