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At the 
Ambassadors 
Theatre 
Tuesday 
17 July 
    
Stalls seats normally £55.00 
 
YOU SAVE ABOUT £15.00 
 
Your Ticket+Coach: 
£55.00 
Your 
Ticket only: 
£40.00 
    
Special savings for our Donmar Friends* -  
Ticket+Coach: 
£51.00 
Ticket only: 
£39.00
  
Low pressure is imminent. 
In the headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Force 
the pressure is rising... 
  
 
  
  
D-Day, June 1944. 
The Allied forces led by General Eisenhower are poised to strike - 350,000 lives are at stake. If and when they attack rests on the shoulders of a most unlikely person, a meteorologist. This is certainly the most important weather forecast of all time.
Operation Overlord is looming and over the course of three days it is up to Group Captain James Stagg to advise General Eisenhower on the weather and if the D-Day plans need to be changed.  
  
Based on an incredible true story David Haig’s new World War Two drama, Pressure, follows two allied meteorologists as they work to predict the weather ahead of the Normandy Landings.  
  
You know the result, but how it was achieved is nail-biting drama. 
   
A huge hit at the Park Theatre, David Haig's thrilling play now transfers to the West End. 
 
 
At the 
Donmar Warehouse 
Monday 
13 August 
    
Top Price Stalls 
(Sorry no group discount at the Donmar but prices are very reasonable.) 
 
Your Ticket+Coach: 
£55.00 
Your 
Ticket only: 
£40.00 
    
Special savings for our Donmar Friends* -  
Ticket+Coach: 
£51.00 
Ticket only: 
£40.00
  
 
  
Ballybeg Hall once played host to grand balls, musical evenings, tennis parties: its rooms busy, bursting with painters, poets and politicians. And presiding over all of it, the imposing figure of Judge O’Donnell. 
Now, on the eve of a wedding, the O’Donnell adult son and daughters return to their ancestral home to find that the rot has set in. Times are changing, there is class resentment, the family is isolated, and gunfire can be heard in the distance. Only the sensitive younger son Casimir clings on to the memory of former glories. Is the future inevitable? But what is the future for them all? 
  
Lyndsey Turner returns to the Donmar following Faith Healer and Philadelphia, Here I Come! to direct Brian Friel’s haunting play about a generation whose past threatens to obliterate its future. 
  
 
The cast includes Elaine Cassidy and 
David Dawson
 
*Please note: 
Donmar Friends may book two tickets per membership for Donmar shows , but only one ticket for non-Donmar shows. 
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