ATG TICKETS - CONSTELLATIONS, TRAFALGAR STUDIOS - TICKETS FROM £35.00
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ATG Tickets are pleased to announce the arrival of Nick Payne's Constellations to the Trafalgar Studios in London's West End.
This is a new addition to the ATG Tickets affiliate programme and they are offering an exclusive affiliate Multiverse Theory Rate of £35.00 for premium band A tickets until 30th June. The show is on a limited London run and is only available for 3 weeks from Thursday 9th July until Saturday 1st August.
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CONSTELLATIONS, TRAFALGAR STUDIOS - TICKETS FROM £35.00
Following critically acclaimed, sold-out runs at the Royal Court Theatre, in the West End and on Broadway, Nick Payne’s explosive play about free will and friendship returns to London for a strictly limited season following its first national tour.
With Joe Armstrong (Happy Valley) and Louise Brealey (Sherlock) and directed by the award-winning Michael Longhurst (Carmen Disruption, A Number), Constellations is a beautiful portrayal of one relationship and infinite possibilities.
It’s a play about small talk and big ideas. It’s about saying goodbye and about never having to say goodbye. It’s about the boundless potential of a connection between two people. It’s a heart-breaking love story of endless invention.
Don’t miss your opportunity to see this ‘funny, tender and startlingly original work’ (Daily Telegraph) from Nick Payne (Blurred Lines, Incognito) one of the most exciting new voices in theatre.
“A knockout piece of writing faultlessly performed by Sherlock’s Louise Brealey and Joe Armstrong.”
- Mail on Sunday
“ It is brilliant. Extremely funny. Utterly heart-breaking.” - Time Out
“ Genius. Powerful. Pitch-perfect.” - The Daily Telegraph
“Ingenious and beautiful. Truly stellar.” - Evening Standard