Great deal on Matthew Bourne’s “Edward Scissorhands” at Sadler’s Wells (various dates)


I very much like Matthew Bourne and was quite excited to get to see this show some three or so years ago at Sadler’s Wells (December 2005, to be precise). Now, after seeing four or five more of his shows, I consider this to be the weakest of the lot – a nice story but not particularly interesting dancing. His Nutcracker and Swan Lake retell stories and make them better; this does not.

That said, it’s still fun and a good night out and I’m sure plenty of people would enjoy seeing it. With this in mind, I’m pleased to say that the Metro has a deal for half priced tickets for this show at Sadler’s Wells – 50% off two top riced tickets (£50 or £40) – it advised in the paper that you call the ticket office at 0844 412 4300 and quote the “metro offer,” or do it online and use the promo code pcdmetro when prompted. It’s only good for shows on Sunday, but there’s a 2:30 ashow and a 7:30 show, so lots of opportunities to see it there, and it runs from December 2nd to January 18th (2009).

NOTE: They’ve since published a second offer, good on these dates:
Dec 7, 12, 14, 16, 18, 19, 21, 23, 26, 28, 30, 31, Jan 1 and 2
50% off two top ticket prices (normally £50 and £40) – call 0844 412 4300 and quote “metro offer” or buy off of their website with promo code pcdmetro.

FYI if you’re looking to see it at the New Wimbledon Theater, has them for £27 on up, and they also have them for sale for the Sadler’s Wells dates as well.

Anyway, enjoy!


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One Response to “Great deal on Matthew Bourne’s “Edward Scissorhands” at Sadler’s Wells (various dates)”

  1. M0z Says:

    Thanx were going to London this weekend and my 7 yr old and GF love Edward SH film, they seen it 10000 times. We are in the front row and got 3x of the most expensive tickets for £25 using the code xD

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