Fredo's Theatre Group 
 
 
 
 
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At the 
Bridge 
Theatre 
    
Tuesday 
9 April 
   
There are no group discounts offered at the Bridge Theatre but for this preview performance you 
save up to £9.00 
 
We have 2 prices in the 1st Gallery or Front Stalls and 2nd Gallery 
(same price) 
   
Your Ticket+Coach: 
£76.00/£64.00 
Your 
Ticket only: 
£60.00/£48.00 
    
Special savings for our Donmar Friends* -  
Your 
Ticket+Coach: 
£72.00/£60.00 
Your 
Ticket only: 
£59.50/£47.50
   
“I had no idea what was going on. Or very little. 
No more than most people. So you can’t make me feel guilty.” 
  
 
 
  
Maggie Smith returns to the stage 
in Christopher Hampton's new play 
  
Brunhilde Pomsel’s life spanned the twentieth century. 
She struggled to make ends meet as a secretary in Berlin during the 1930s. 
Her many employers included a Jewish insurance broker, 
the German Broadcasting Corporation 
and, eventually, Joseph Goebbels. 
 
Maggie Smith, alone on stage, plays Brunhilde Pomsel. 
   
The play is based on the testimony she gave 
when she finally broke her silence to a group of Austrian filmmakers, 
shortly before she died in 2016.  
 
This new play by Christopher Hampton, at the splendid new Bridge Theatre, 
is drawn from the life and testimony of Brunhilde Pomsel, 
and is directed by Jonathan Kent
 
 
At the 
Donmar Warehouse 
  
Monday 
27 May  
  
There is no discount for groups at the Donmar, but the prices remain fair. 
 
Your Ticket+Coach: 
£71.00 
Your 
Ticket only: 
£55.00 
    
Special savings for our Donmar Friends* -  
Ticket+Coach: 
£67.00 
Ticket only: 
£55.00 
 
BOOKING IS CURRENTLY OPEN FOR OUR DONMAR FRIENDS ONLY. 
GENERAL BOOKING FOR EVERYONE WILL OPEN ON TUES 26 FEBRUARY. 
  
"The minute you walked in the joint, 
I could see you were a man of distinction, 
a real Big Spender..." 
 
 
New York, 1967. 
Charity Hope Valentine is a dance hall hostess who "runs her heart like a hotel - you've got men checking in and out all the time." 
At the raw end of a long line of users and losers, she meets Oscar, a mild- 
mannered tax accountant, and Charity once again puts her faith into love.
Anne-Marie Duff 
Arthur Darvill     Debbie Kuru 
Martin Marquez     Lizzy Connolly     Danielle Steel 
 
Music by Cy Coleman     Lyrics by Dorothy Field 
 
It’s another musical sensation at the Donmar, and it’s a great show. 
With songs such as 
Hey, Big Spender, If My Friends Could See Me Now and The Rhythm of Life, you’ll want a ticket (and we’ve got ‘em!) 
  
For her farewell production as Donmar Artistic Director, Josie Rourke, 
who previously directed City Of Angels at the Donmar, 
reunites with Anne-Marie Duff as Charity, 
and Arthur Darvill makes his Donmar debut as Oscar. 
 
 
At the 
Wyndham's 
Theatre 
  
Tuesday 
4 June 
 
  
Royal Circle & Stalls seats normally £69.75 -  
YOU SAVE WITH A HUGE DISCOUNT of about £23.00 
 
Your Ticket+Coach: 
£61.00 
Your 
Ticket only: 
£47.00 
    
Special savings for our Donmar Friends* -  
Ticket+Coach: 
£57.00 
Ticket only: 
£46.00
 
 
Mark is an astronomer working at the New York City Planetarium. Unfulfilled by his job and growing distant from his wife, Anne, Mark harbours a warmer affection for the cosmos than for anything closer to hand, but he is about to have cause to re-evaluate everything he thought he knew. A chance meeting brings Angela into his life, and soon afterwards a catastrophe hits them like a thunderbolt. Suddenly, Mark’s place in the universe seems in dire need of reassessment. 
 
The Starry Messenger is a bittersweet comedy drama 
that will let you capture a little stardust for yourself.  
 
In this exceptional play by award-winning writer Kenneth Lonergan 
(Manchester by the Sea, Lobby Hero), the leads are established 
stars of Broadway, film and television. 
Elizabeth McGovern will be best known here for her role as 
the Countess of Grantham in tv's Downton Abbey.  
Matthew Broderick, two time Tony Award winner 
(Ferris Bueller's Day Out, The Producers) plays Mark, 
reprising the role he performed off-Broadway. 
 
 
At the 
Kiln Theatre, 
Kilburn 
    
Tuesday 
6 August 
   
The theatre seating configuration is yet to be decided - seats are allocated based on a first-come, first-served basis - we obtained a priority booking AND a couple of quid off!  
 
Your Ticket+Coach: 
£47.00 
Your Ticket only: 
£31.50 
    
Special savings for our Donmar Friends* -  
Your Ticket+Coach: 
£43.00 
Your Ticket only: 
£30.50
 
 
"A man is a two-face, a worrisome thing 
who’ll leave you to sing, the blues in the night." 
 
Sharon D. Clarke  & Clive Rowe 
Caroline or Change, 
Ghost, |Amen Corner
       Guys and Dolls 
       Carousel
will raise the temperature in this scorching compilation of 26 hot and torchy blues numbers that frame the lives and loves 
of four residents of a downtown hotel.  
 
Featuring soul-filled songs by blues and jazz icons Bessie Smith, 
Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen and many more, 
this will be a sizzling night to remember. 
*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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