The Shaftesbury Theatre is offering selected Flashdance seats at super-discounted prices from now until the final performances in January, with some marked down in price by up to 50% on Grand Circle seats.
Although the Arlene Phillips-choreographed show has coveted press and media attention over the past few weeks, garnering some acclaim and decent audiences, the show is coming to an end on 15th January. The feel-good story of a female welder-cum-dancer striving for a place at the Shipley Dance Academy, is very much an iconic tale from the 80s, spawning the massive hit "What A Feeling" (by Irene Cara) and the not so huge "Maniac" by Michael Sembello [to be fair, it was one of the best-selling songs taken from a soundtrack, ever! - Ed].
But, before you hang up your leg-warmers one last time, check out the latest deal. The Special Offer is: Book discounted tickets for selected Flashdance shows for almost 50% off - tickets normally costing £56 will now cost £36.50, some costing £41 will now cost £21.50 and £31 seats now cost £21.50. There are some performances that have already sold out - click on the Book this Offer button below for current availability.
"Flashdance" will be replaced by a musical adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's "Rebecca" from early spring.