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Miss Wetwipe
12th October 2007, 13:33
Its not on the website yet, but soon?

http://www.brandrepublic.com/login/News/743451/

SuzyWoo
12th October 2007, 13:35
Thtat sounds good!

Maverick
12th October 2007, 13:36
that would be good!

shopsomemore
12th October 2007, 13:47
Billy Elliot and Fiddler on the Roof.

Oh fingers crossed.

sparkles123
12th October 2007, 13:47
This sounds really good, i love musicals. :D

boysmum
12th October 2007, 13:48
Great if they do,

NitWit
12th October 2007, 13:53
Ohh that will be some nice trips to London then!

thanks for the heads up :)

ninja_ang
12th October 2007, 14:22
Yay, I loved Billy Elliot and really wanted to see it at the west end, so fingers crossed!
xxx

Melcatfish
12th October 2007, 15:28
ooohhh sounds good!

Mel
x

sparkles123
12th October 2007, 15:41
We could arrange a night out in London, musical with deals, meal with deals, hotel with deals.
And i haven't seen either Billy Elliott or Fiddler on the Roof yet!
I'm so excited!!! (Doesn't take much tho ) :D

kirsjude
12th October 2007, 18:18
I have seen Billy Elliott in the West end and it was fantastic. Would love to go again :)

rockyrose
12th October 2007, 18:39
I saw this a couple of months ago and I was curious as to how it could possibly match the film-Id loved that so much and even now when I watch it I always end up with tears rolling down my face.

Well I tell you-Ive been to see many things at the theatre in London but I dont think ive every been so involved and so overwhelmed by something as I was with this. Truely amazing- Billy was outstanding-so very funny and so very moving. DD usually tells me to stop crying when we go to such things but this time she was far too busy dabbing at her own eyes to be embarrassed by me.

To anyone who gets the chance-do see it-you ll never forget it.

shopsomemore
12th October 2007, 19:49
So IS the Billy one funny/sad/musical ???? I can't imagine and we are going to London Next month.

penfold
12th October 2007, 19:56
sounds good....

did notice this on another page on this website....more mocs on milk from 15th october :D

http://www.brandrepublic.com/login/News/744084/

shopsomemore
12th October 2007, 19:59
ugh??????

Flo
12th October 2007, 21:45
They'd need a bigger selection of shows to tempt me, DD is 6 can't see either of those appealing to her.

heatherbelle
13th October 2007, 10:37
Looks like Mr T has been reading our thread about what deals we would like, as I posted i would like theatre ones. Only thing is London is too far away for those of us up in the Far North.

Now we need GNER to go with them, and we can get to London for free.

I'm going to see Chitty Chitty Bang Bang soon and the tickets outside London are ?42.00 each!!!:eek::eek::eek:

mrsdarts
13th October 2007, 14:58
slightly off thread but i was wondering with all the h&b and coupon dramas going on, was thinking of contacting tim rice/sir andrew llyod webber to see about producing PTS the musical, then we could all get tickets to relive those dramatic instore moments?? lol

Threebabes
18th October 2007, 14:33
Looks like Mr T has been reading our thread about what deals we would like, as I posted i would like theatre ones. Only thing is London is too far away for those of us up in the Far North.

Now we need GNER to go with them, and we can get to London for free.

I'm going to see Chitty Chitty Bang Bang soon and the tickets outside London are ?42.00 each!!!:eek::eek::eek:

I took DD to see Chitty last year at the Sunderland empire and it was fab.

taffyswife
18th October 2007, 15:21
They'd need a bigger selection of shows to tempt me, DD is 6 can't see either of those appealing to her.

Have to agree - I want to see Wicked, also Les Mis again:)

monkeypuzzle
18th October 2007, 15:30
slightly off thread but i was wondering with all the h&b and coupon dramas going on, was thinking of contacting tim rice/sir andrew llyod webber to see about producing PTS the musical, then we could all get tickets to relive those dramatic instore moments?? lol

Lol, they'd most probably want all of us to be in it as well ! Now that would be worth seeing :D

Flo
19th October 2007, 21:19
Lol, they'd most probably want all of us to be in it as well ! Now that would be worth seeing :D

We're all so paranoid we'd be on stage with balaclavas on!

ninja_ang
25th October 2007, 17:46
The theatre deals are now showing as new deals on the Tesco website, available from the 5th November!!!!
Wooooooooooooohooooooooooooooooo!!!
xxxx

boffin
25th October 2007, 18:15
....Billy Elliot and Fiddler on the Roof...

That is a good deal...

...I paid ?220 for four tickets to Fiddler on the Roof (which was excellent)...

...and you can get four for ?35!

spuds1974
25th October 2007, 18:31
:D

Oooh...going to have a look and check it out, thanks.

gargoyle
27th October 2007, 00:57
Are there any restrictions as to when you can go?

mintymoo
27th October 2007, 10:17
Are there any restrictions as to when you can go?

Yes the dates are January to Feb 9th - cant remember exact dates!!

Was hoping to go next summer:(

DebbieE
27th October 2007, 10:20
I want We Will Rock You! Just paid ?55 a ticket :eek:

sparkles123
27th October 2007, 10:23
I want We Will Rock You! Just paid ?55 a ticket :eek:

I went to see that last December. It was ansolutely fantastic! Would love to see it again. :D

OffTheWall
16th September 2010, 17:18
Are there any more deals about? I guess I'm too late...