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39 Steps Discount Tickets at Criterion Theatre London

39 Steps Play Criterion Theatre London

John Buchan's THE 39 STEPS play - memorably filmed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1935 - is thrillingly adapted for the stage. Nothing has been cut from this hilarious and spectacular version of Britain's most spell -binding thriller - legendary scenes include the chase on the Flying Scotsman, the escape on the Forth Bridge, the first theatrical bi-plane crash ever staged and the death-defying (or nearly!) finale at the London Palladium! With four actors playing a minimum of one hundred and thirty nine roles, THE 39 STEPS play is the most astonishing theatrical tour de force of the year. Please Note: seats with a face value of 25 in the rear stalls are classed as restricted view for Thirty Nine Steps

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39 Steps London Theatre

Criterion Theatre, 2 Jermyn Street, London. SW1Y 4XA

39 Steps Show Times

Booking Until: Saturday, 20 October 2012

Matinees: Wednesday 3pm, Saturday 4pm
Evenings: Monday to Saturday 8pm

39 Steps Discount Tickets

Seats with a face value of 25 in the rear stalls are classed as restricted view, R/V. 39 Steps Discount Tickets:

Was 25.00 NOW 12.50 Valid Monday to Friday evenings (restricted view seating)
Was 47.50 NOW 15.99 Valid Wednesday matinees until the 31st March
Was 47.50 NOW 26.99 Valid Tuesday and Wednesday evenings until 31st March
Was 47.50 NOW 29.99 Valid Monday, Thursday and Friday evenings until 31st March 2012
Was 49.50 NOW 29.99 Valid Saturday matinees until 31st March
Was 49.50 NOW 39.99 Valid Saturday evenings only until the 31st March Excludes 18th February

39 Steps Dinner & Show Packages

Combine a two course meal from the pre theatre menu at Planet Hollywood with a rear stalls ticket for The 39 Steps at the Criterion Theatre. Package Price: 23.50

The 39 Steps Reviews

'Exactly the thing the West End has been waiting for' The Observer.

'A joyous version of the Hitchcock classic' The Sunday Times.

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