Tickets to see Cool Hand Luke for up to 28% off - production must end on 19th November 2011
Earlier in the summer, our Stewart told you about the new Emma Reeves stage adaptation of the original too-cool-for-school (or in this case, prison) Paul Newman film, "Cool Hand Luke". As we reported, 'the tale is about Luke Jackson, played by Marc Warren (Hustle etc), sentenced to two years for 'cutting the heads off parking meters', and his struggle to earn the respect of the other prisoners. He wins them over with his poker bluff (earning him the moniker 'Cool Hand'), by making (and winning) a wager that he can eat 'fifty boiled eggs in one hour' and by being a generally cool and good looking rebel.'
However, after just a few weeks playing at the Aldwych Theatre, an announcement has been made to bring the play's closing date forward by a few weeks, meaning that "Cool Hand Luke" will make its last wager on 19th November, instead of January next year. Maybe there's an egg shortage, all of a sudden or Luke is just not cool enough! Either way, this does mean we have a bit of good news for those contemplating going to see it - cheaper seats!
The Special Offer is: Book tickets to see "Cool Hand Luke" at the Aldwych for up to 28% off by paying £22.50 instead of £31 or £35 instead of £46. The offer covers all performances until the production closes on 19th November - click on the Book This Offer button below for availability.
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