Enjoy a 2 course meal and tickets to see the most terrifying live theatre experience in the world The Woman in Black (available from today to 28 May 2010)
This summer The Woman in Black is celebrating its 20th birthday in the West End. Since 1989, over seven million people have lived to tell the tale of one of the most exciting, spooky, gripping and successful theatre events ever staged.
Unanimously acclaimed by the critics, Stephen Mallatratts adaptation of Susan Hills best selling novel combines the power and intensity of live theatre with a cinematic quality inspired by the world of film noir. It is a formula that provides audiences with an evening of unremitting drama as they are transported into a terrifying and ghostly world.
Battersea Pie Station
Here at Battersea PIE we make great British food and hope to share it with as many of you as possible. All our exceptional pies are made with proper old fashioned pastry, free range meat and fresh vegetables all sourced from the British Isles
Battersea PIE Station sees a modern interpretation of the traditional pie and mash shop. The menu includes old classic pie favourites like steak and Guinness with new twists including a brand new Game pie, smoky bacon and apple whilst retaining the traditional creamy mash and liquor.
Diehard pie and mash fan, Ray Winstone, has teamed up with Battersea PIE Station to create a special steak and kidney pie, The Winstone. Commenting on his pie, Ray Winstone said: Having a classic British pie named after me is a real privilege. Lets hope 'The Winstone' steak and kidney goes down a treat with Battersea PIE Station customers.
This is a sample menu and may be subject to changes
Classic Steak & Guinness
Free Range Chicken & Bacon
The Winstone (Steak & Kidney)
Mince Beef & Onion
Butternut Squash & Goats Cheese (V)
Vegetable Rogan Josh (V)
Game Pie (Venison, Pheasant, Wood Pigeon & Mushroom in a Red Wine Sauce)
Monday to Friday - dinner at 18.30 and show at 20.00
Best Available Upper Circle seats normally up to £24.50 per person
There is a nominal fee of £1.75 (per transaction not per ticket) to cover the cost of fulfilling your order