Hand To God - new London show. First 5 show special in Feb!
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Hand To God - new London show. First 5 show special in Feb!

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Found 17th Nov 2015
Hey Everyone

I don't usually post deals but just had to post this one! As many southerners are well aware, London shows cost in excess of £100 quite often for tickets for things. Well, there's a new show that's pretty big on Broadway called Hand to God coming to the UK for a 5 month run.

Tickets aren't yet on sale, BUT I just got an email from Timeout who have a 2 week exclusive. They're selling tickets for the first 5 shows at £25 - That includes seats that are usually up to £55 each

Either way, if you like shows/plays, this is a great deal for a new show that looks awesome Description below from the link:

Offer highlights:

Don't be a muppet! That's Tyrone's job. See this brilliant, scandalous play about a possessed Christian puppet when it transfers to the Vaudeville theatre in February.
Loved 'The Book of Mormon'? Adored 'Avenue Q'? Now, imagine you mixed them together and set it in Texas, that's exactly what you have in this Tony Award-nominated play.
Haven't seen tickets for this anywhere yet? That's because we have them first! You can only buy tickets to the first five performances with Time Out and they're all just £25!
See the West End show that Time Out New York awarded five stars for just £25! That's up to 54% off! The devil makes work of idle hands so get those fingers moving and click the green button and get your exclusive tickets, now!
More details:

If 'The Book of Mormon' and 'Avenue Q' had a baby, it would be this show. So, if you get offended easily, look away now because neither have a scratch on this Tony Award-nominated show. If, however, you found either of those shows outrageously entertaining, then step right up and buy your tickets to this hilarious new show which is winging its way to the West End in February 2016.
Meet Tyrone, a vengeful puppet who's terrorising Jason, a young teenager finding his way in the world. Unleashing his terror on all that he comes in contact with, the residents of the small town in Texas that he so happens to inhabit, soon start to question their own beliefs.
Not only can we help you be the first to get your hands on tickets to this highly-anticipated show but we'll also make sure you're the first to see it as we have every single ticket to the first five shows! So, be the envy of all your friends and get ahead of the curve by booking you tickets, now!
From Time Out New York's five-star review:

Praise be to the angels behind it: 'Hand to God' has made it to Broadway. No need for heavenly choir music, though, because the reception the play deserves is the one it gets nightly at the Booth: roars of gleeful laughter. Some have wondered whether Robert Askins’s outrageous dark comedy—about a sweet Christian teen, Jason (Steven Boyer), and his demonic puppet, Tyrone—would work as well in a larger venue as in its two hit Off Broadway runs. The answer is a resounding, full-throated yes. The freshest and funniest Broadway comedy in years, 'Hand to God' is to plays as 'The Book of Mormon' is to musicals: a welcome breath of foul air.
Need to know:

This voucher is valid for one ticket to 'Hand To God' at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Please select your preferred option at check out. Please note that your ticket is only valid for the stated performance.
Customers purchasing multiple tickets in the same transaction and under the same name will be seated together.
Tickets are allocated by the box office, not Time Out, and can be collected one hour before the performance starts.
Please present your printed voucher upon arrival.
Please note that tickets are worth between £25 and £55. The noted discount is based on the largest possible saving. Tickets are subject to availability.
This voucher cannot be cancelled, refunded or exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer.
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Tickets are allocated at the box office and will be in the £25-£55 price range. Looks like a bit of a lottery (wonder how many tickets with a face value of £25 will be allocated ;-)) and no option to pick exact seating.
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robertr

Tickets are allocated at the box office and will be in the £25-£55 price r … Tickets are allocated at the box office and will be in the £25-£55 price range. Looks like a bit of a lottery (wonder how many tickets with a face value of £25 will be allocated ;-)) and no option to pick exact seating.



Yup though I imagine what will happen is tickets are going to sell out very quickly once they got on general sale and then you can't get any seat at all!!!

Though I do wonder what time the box office opens on the day to turn the voucher into a ticket.

Either way, it's still a good deal for a new show!
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