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At the 
National: 
Lyttelton Theatre 
  
Wednesday 
10 October 
     
 
All of our seat allocation  is normally priced at £55.00 
 
YOU SAVE about £6.00 
at our Group rate 
  
 Your Ticket+Coach: 
£64.00 
Your 
Ticket only: 
£49.00 
     
Special savings for our Donmar Friends* -  
Ticket+Coach: 
£60.00 
Ticket only: 
£48.00
 
DAVID HARE'S NEW PLAY 
 
 
Do I run? 
This is the question which is facing Pauline Gibson. 
She has spent her life as a doctor, the inspiring leader of a local health campaign. When she crosses paths with her old boyfriend, Jack Gould, and other loyalists in the Labour Party, 
she’s faced with the agonising decision of whether to run... 
for the Party or for her life. 
What’s involved in sacrificing your private life 
and your peace of mind for a life under public scrutiny? 
Does she dare? 
  
David Hare (Plenty, Skylight, Stuff Happens) was recently described by the Washington Post as ‘the premiere political dramatist writing in English.’ This is his 18th play to be premiered at the National Theatre. The explosive new play portrays the history of a twenty year intimate friendship and its public repercussions. 
  
The cast includes  Siân Brooke (Doctor Foster, Sherlock), 
Joshua McGuire (Posh, Amadeus, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
and Liza Sadovy (Company, Extras, Midsommer Murders, Emma, etc.) 
 
 
At the 
Royal Opera House 
Covent Garden 
 
Saturday 
3 November 
1.30pm matinee 
     
 
 
Our seats are in the Amphitheatre: 
no group discout for ballet at Covent Garden 
 
SOME CHEAPER AMPHITHEATRE  SEATS ONLY NOW REMAINING - 
Your Ticket+Coach: 
£46.00 
Your 
Ticket only: 
£32.00 
     
 
 
Special savings for our Donmar Friends* -  
Ticket+Coach: 
£42.00 
Ticket only: 
£32.00
The Royal Ballet presents 
A RUSSIAN BALLET CLASSIC 
 
La Bayadère 
 
Music by Ludwig Minkus 
Choreography by Natalia Makarova after Marius Petipa 
with 
SARAH LAMB 
Claire Calvert     Ryoichi Hirano 
 
Natalia Makarova's production of this 19th-century classic ballet 
brings an exotic world of temple dancers and noble warriors to life. 
Nikiya, a temple dancer, is in love with the warrior Solor.  
Their forbidden love leads to tragedy – and redemption. 
Exotic, haunting and spiritual, La Bayadere contains  
one of the most magical scenes in all ballet. 
 
NB: This is a 1.30pm matinee performance. 
Coach departure times: 
Palace Theatre 10.00am
Chalkwell Schools 10:05; Elms 10:10;  West Leigh 10:12;Thames Drive 10:15; Hadleigh 10:20; Kenneth Road 10:25 
Gt Tarpots 10:30
 
 
At the 
Donmar Warehouse 
NOTE CORRECT 
DATE 
Monday 
19 November 
    
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
 
 
The tempter or the tempted, who sins most? 
In the licentious city of Vienna, a new Puritanism is established.   
Claudio has made his girlfriend pregnant, and is brought before the ruler, Angelo, who condemns him to death. Isabella, Claudio’s sister, is a postulant in a convent, and she comes to plead for her brother’s life. 
   
Angelo offers her a choice - 
He will spare Claudio, if Isabella will have sex with him. 
   
Yes, this is Shakespeare, centuries ahead of the #MeToo generation, with two of the most powerfully dramatic scenes in all of his work.  
Director Josie Rourke focuses on the conflict, then and now, between Angelo and Isabella. 
They are played by 
Hayley Atwell 
Jack Lowden
It’s the year’s most provocative look at Shakespeare.  
Make sure you’re there!
 
 
At the 
Royal Opera House 
Covent Garden 
 
Thursday 
22 November 
  
Our seats are in the Amphitheatre: 
no group discout for ballet at Covent Garden 
 
Your Ticket+Coach: 
£46.00 
Your 
Ticket only: 
£32.00 
  
Special savings for our Donmar Friends* -  
Ticket+Coach: 
£43.00 
Ticket only: 
£32.00
 
THE ROYAL BALLET 
presents 
 
3 Ballets - 
  
Infra
Wayne McGregor's abstract ballet is a moving exploration of emotion, set to Max Richter's melancholic and beautiful score. 
The Unknown Soldier
Alastair Marriott creates a new work for The Royal Ballet, to commemorate the centenary of the ending of World War I. 
Symphony in C 
Balanchine's dazzling neoclassical ballet, set to Bizet's Symphony No.1 is a joyful showcase for the whole Company.
 
Classical meets contemporary in this exciting Triple Bill which showcases the exceptional strengths and versatility of the Royal Ballet Company! Two contrasting ballets from Wayne McGregor and George Balanchine return to frame a world premiere by Alastair Marriott. 
 
In additon to our Amphitheatre seats, we have a small allocation of seats in the Orchestra Stalls (no Group discount) for those who find the height of the Amphitheatre unsuitable. The price is £80.00 with coach or £66.00 without coach - the equivalent prices for our Donmar Friends are £77.00 with coach and £65.00 without coach. Please state whether you want Amphitheatre or Stalls seats when booking. 
 
 
At the 
National: 
Olivier Theatre 
  
Wednesday 
16 January 
1.30pm matinee
     
 
All of our seat allocation  is normally priced at £55.00 
  
We have booked at the mid-week matinee SENIOR DISCOUNT rate saving you £20.00. 
  
 Your Ticket+Coach: 
£50.00 
Your 
Ticket only: 
£35.00 
     
Special savings for our Donmar Friends* -  
Ticket+Coach: 
£46.00 
Ticket only: 
£35.00
 
TWO STAR ACTORS TAKE THE TITLE ROLES 
OF SHAKESPEARE'S FAMOUS LOVERS 
 
 
RALPH FIENNES & SOPHIE OKONEDO 
play the famous fated couple. 
 
Caesar and his assassins are dead. General Mark Antony now rules alongside his fellow defenders of Rome. But at the fringes of a war-torn empire the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra and Mark Antony have fallen fiercely in love. 
 
In a tragic fight between devotion and duty, 
obsession becomes a catalyst for war. 
 
Simon Godwin directs Shakespeare's gripping tale 
where power, politics and passion are violently intertwined. 
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Please note early coach departure times as this is a 1.30pm matinee performance: 
Palace Theatre 10.00am; Chalkwell Schools 10:05; Elms 10:10;  West Leigh 10:12; 
Thames Drive 10:15; Hadleigh 10:20; Kenneth Road 10:25; Gt Tarpots 10:30  
*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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