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Spamalot in Manchester - Band A tickets for £20.00 (no booking fees) @ Amazon Local ( ATG Tickets)

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MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT - JAN 15TH TIL JAN 24TH - MANCHESTER OPERA HOUSE. BAND A TICKETS WORTH £39.50 FOR ONLY £20 WITH VOUCHER FROM AMAZON LOCAL. I've been desperate to see this show for ages but…
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MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT - JAN 15TH TIL JAN 24TH - MANCHESTER OPERA HOUSE.
BAND A TICKETS WORTH £39.50 FOR ONLY £20 WITH VOUCHER FROM AMAZON LOCAL.

I've been desperate to see this show for ages but with theatre tickets being so expensive I thought I wouldn't be going.

This deal means you pay just £20 for tickets worth £39.50 (Band A) on any date of the upcoming January performances at Manchester Opera House.
Loads of seats left currently so let's fill the place (especially on Jan 16th cos that's when I am going :-))
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#1
really wanted to see this.... until Joe Pasquale lined the cast.
#2
joined*
#3
I saw this in london for cheaper than this price with joe pasquale in it and he was really good i would recommend it.
#4
I saw this in london for cheaper than this price with joe pasquale in it and he was really good i would recommend it.
#5
Why put on a show of this calibre and stick a pair of Z listers in it? Pretty sure a panto in Bognor Regis is missing these guys...

Spammalot had Tim curry in it a few years back. Is there not a happy middle standard of headline cast members?
#6
I think lots of big stars are happy with a short run in London but wouldn't want to comit to 6 months touring round the country. Is Spamalot suitable for older kids? I find critics reviews often hype shows up and they don't live up to expectations, but at £20 it might be worth a punt.
#7
I think it's suitable for all ages. There's loads of clips of it on YouTube and even a full copy of the Broadway version.
Pasquale is a massive Pythin fan so I am trusting him. He has had good reviews anyway.
#8
UPDATE - Free tickets available tonight only (15th Jan) - see my other thread

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