'Cardenio' At The RSC Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon - Reduced From Upto £32 Now £10 (with code) @ Royal Shakespeare Company - HotUKDeals
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Use promo code: 3030 for evening performances on 20, 21, 25, 28 and 29th April only - this offer is for ALL seats, including the ones that are normally £32! This is the Swan Theatre, the smaller theatre in the wonderfully new restored theatre complex - hurry these offers always go quick!

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Cardenio - Shakespeare's 'Lost Play' Re-imagined
Do you trust your best friend?
A woman seduced and a friend betrayed; desire, deceit and disguise in the heat and dust of Andalucia.
Join us on a journey to 16th century Spain as RSC Chief Associate Director Gregory Doran re-imagines Shakespeare's 'lost play' Cardenio as part of the RSC 50th Birthday Season in the Swan Theatre.

Cardenio is the result of a masterful piece of literary archaeology by RSC Chief Associate Director Gregory Doran. The play Double Falsehood was an adaptation of a lost play by Shakespeare, based on the story of Cardenio in Cervantes' Don Quixote. Such a play, by Shakespeare and John Fletcher, was first performed in 1612. Using this and other sources, Gregory has been able to re-imagine the story and it now receives its first performances in Stratford-upon-Avon.
In 1986, the Swan Theatre opened with Shakespeare and Fletcher's The Two Noble Kinsmen. Now 25 years later, we once again present a play on which these two writers collaborated.
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Can't see where you can put a code in?


Can anyone help? I can't hold these tickets for much longer.

Edited By: patience_1 on Mar 31, 2011 15:00: plea for help added
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For anyone else struggling with this I have finally worked out how to do it. After you have selected the seats but before you go to your basket a box appears at the top righthand side where you can put the code in. It disappears once you have got to your basket page.
Thanks Op - I have just saved over £100!!!

Should be voted hot not cold.
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Yes, if you go to the linked page you will in the right hand column a box that says enter your promo code here... Once done it will give the performances for the valid dates and simply select any seat and if will come up as £10! I got a £32 prime seat for a tenner.
Loved the Courtyard and have been to King Lear and Romeo & Juliet in the new theatre but looking forward to going to the Swan for the first time.
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designaw
Yes, if you go to the linked page you will in the right hand column a box that says enter your promo code here... Once done it will give the performances for the valid dates and simply select any seat and if will come up as £10! I got a £32 prime seat for a tenner.
Loved the Courtyard and have been to King Lear and Romeo & Juliet in the new theatre but looking forward to going to the Swan for the first time.

The Swan is just like the new main theatre but smaller - in fact everyone said that when they designed the new theatre they just got a plan of the Swan and made it bigger.
I'm sure you'll like it there because it has a very nice atmosphere. Thank you for your post
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Thanks patience_1
I received the offer by email today from the RSC, if you sign-up for email news with them you should get these offers sent you one they come up, they only tend to do a few each year, the last one was in November when I managed to get a ticket to Matilda for a fiver.

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