Henry IV Part 2 - special discounted seats for classic Shakespeare drama, July 2010
Posted: 16th July 2010
It isn't often you can see a proper Shakespeare adaptation for a bargain price, but we have a couple of special performances to tell you about that offer just that. The Globe is synonymous with classic productions and "Henry IV" is certainly a great example of the Bard's finest works.
Presented in two separate productions, Part One is staged around lunchtimes while Part Two appears in the evening - this is assuming that theatre-goers see both on the same day! Part One deals with Henry's son Hal and his relationship with his father and his rise in fortunes plus the boorish but likeable Falstaff's misdemeanours, both at home and in battle while Part Two features memorable scenes such as Henry's ultimate demise and Hal's prominence within the monarchy as Henry V.
So what about that special offer? Part Two is available for just £25 (instead of £35) for the top seats, or just £10 (instead of £15) for restricted seats. Only two performances have been reserved for these bargain tickets - Sunday 25th July and Thursday 29th July, evening performances.
There is no booking fee to pay, either, just a single transaction fee of £1.50 for the whole order. Click the "Book this Offer" button below to check availability.
Not part of the offer, but still available are tickets for Part One on the same days, so why not have a Shakespeare all-dayer? Tickets for Part One cost £35 which means you can see two full Shakespeare productions for around £60 (plus fees), and because there is a lengthy gap between each production, you can take full advantage of the Globe's restaurant or those in the surrounding area.