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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Just got an email from SeeFilmFirst about some shows...

Please see below some shows that we have complimentary tickets for in London over the next week. We are aware that many of you are only interested in film so to enable us to only contact people interested in shows, IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CONTINUE RECEIVING INFORMATION ON SHOWS we have tickets available for, please enter your details on our short survey:


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SHOWS THIS WEEK:


The Man that Sees Dead People - Leicester Square Theatre
We have a few complimentary tickets available to this on Tuesday 27th April at 9.40pm

Joe Power is the Liverpudlian medium taking the psychic world by storm. The accuracy of his private readings, public demonstrations and celebrity predictions are creating a sensation on both sides of the Atlantic. He? renowned as the medium who brought through the voice of John Lennon on US TV show The Spirit of John Lennon, and tonight he promises a show packed with messages and startlingly accurate information.

To download tickets: http://www.seefilmfirst.com/pin/725769

Scaramouche Jones - Theatre Delicatessen
STORYTELLING THEATRE AT ITS BEST - TACIT THEATRE PRESENTS SCARAMOUCHE JONES AT THEATRE DELICATESSEN. The Theatre is just off Oxford Street, near Bond Street Underground
We have a few complimentary tickets available to performances next week.

Tacit Theatre presents a piece of story-telling theatre at its very best with its production of Scaramouch Jones, by Justin Butcher.

A full length play for one actor, Scaramouch Jones tells the life- story of a 99 year old clown in his own words and bears witness to some of the pivotal moments of the 20th century.

The Theatre Delicatessen space has been turned into a circus tent, into which comes the eponymous Scaramouch Jones, a charismatic 99 year-old clown with a wealth of stories to tell from his journey through the ups and downs of the twentieth century.

We meet our narrator as the festivities begin on millennium eve, his 100th birthday, and the night of his final and most important performance. He relates his birth at the turn of the 20th century in Porto-Spain, Trinidad, tells of his childhood in slavery, his rambling across Saharan Africa, his gypsy life in Milan, his role as a concentration camp grave-digger and his eventual arrival in London, the home of his mysterious English father.

Along the way he meets a spectrum of characters, each with their own profound effect on his life.
Under the direction of Jon Constant, Tom Delyn, Tact's Artistic Director, plays Scaramouche. The production, which has been in development for nearly two years, features original music from resident composer Sarah Bodalbhai.


To download tickets: http://www.seefilmfirst.com/pin/836628



The King's Singers at Cadogan Hall
We have a few complimentary tickets available the concert on 29th April at 7.30pm
The King's Singers is a British mainly a cappella vocal ensemble who celebrated their 40th anniversary in 2008. Their name recalls King's College in Cambridge, England, where the group was formed by six choral scholars in 1968. In the United Kingdom, their popularity peaked in the 1970s and early 1980s. Thereafter they began to reach a wider international audience, appearing frequently on the Johnny Carson show in the U.S. In February 2009 their CD, Simple Gifts, won a Grammy Award for Best Classical Crossover Album.

The Programme:
includes the world premiere of a new performance version of Pachelbel's Vespers:
Johann Pachelbel: Ingressus in C minor
Johann Kaspar Kerll: Sonata ?
Johann Christoph Bach: Der Mensch, vom Weibe geboren (Man that is born of a woman)
Johann Michael Bach: Ich, wei? da?mein Erl? lebt (I know that my redeemer liveth)
Johann Krieger:Sonata ?
Johann Michael Bach: Liebster Jesu, h?ein Flehen
Johann Christoph Bach (16421703):Ach, da?ich Wassers g'nug h?e
Johann Fischer (1646?1716):Trost-Klang [instrumental]
Dieterich Buxtehude (16371707):An Filius non est Dei Ciacona; Jesu dulcis memoria
Johann Pachelbel: Ciacona in F minor; Magnificat in C major (orig. D)

To download tickets: http://www.seefilmfirst.com/pin/171274



Just the Tonic - Comedy in Leicester Square
We have a few complimentary tickets available for the 9.40pm performances next Friday and Saturday
Just the Tonic Comedy has been producing shows around the country for 15 years, establishing itself in Nottingham. Now with a permanent London home, this comedy superclub (Time Out) provides high quality line ups in the most luxurious and affordable setting in Londons West End. Housed in the recently refurbished Leicester Square Theatre, with comfortable cinema style seating, 2 bars in the performance room (at pub prices). Why would you go anywhere else. In the first few months of being in London we featured Sean Lock, Noel Fielding, Tim Vine, Dave Gorman, Josie Long, Phil Kay, Phil Nichol, Lee Mack, Richard Herring etc etc. And we have more coming up.


To download tickets: http://www.seefilmfirst.com/pin/553713
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sorry i didn't check it...just got mail and posted it :(

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