Bristol Hippodrome are running a January sale not to be missedPosted on: 09 Jan 2023
This extra special January offer is kicking off 2023 in the right way with massive discounts available on a variety of massive shows.
For just one month, theatre lovers will be able to purchase tickets for as little as £15 for amazing productions including Girl from the North Country, which begins later this month, and Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty.
Head to the January sale section of the ATG website and scroll down to Bristol Hippodrome for a full list of the productions included in the offer.
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We’re starting the new year with an extra special January Sale. With discounts available on a variety of our upcoming shows, you can book your next magical theatre visit now without breaking the bank!
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The first production incorporated in the sale is celebrated playwright Conor McPherson’s Girl from the North Country. The musical boldly reimagines the songs of legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan and has been hailed by The Observer as the “number one theatre show of the year”.
Girl From the North Country will run from Tuesday 31 January until Thursday 2 February. Tickets can be purchased from £15, HERE.
The next production on the list is My Fair Lady, fresh from a critically acclaimed run in the West End. This multi-award-winning adaptation of Lerner and Loewe’s renowned musical features all the classic songs, from ‘I Could Have Danced All Night’ to ‘Get Me to the Church on Time’.
My Fair Lady begins on Wednesday 15 and ends on Friday 17 February with tickets available from £15, HERE.
Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty - complete with an unforgettable Tchaikovski score - is next up at Bristol Hippodrome, celebrating a decade since its Sadlers Wells premiere when it became the quickest-selling production in the company’s history.
Sleeping Beauty runs from Tuesday 28 February until Wednesday 1 March with tickets available to purchase from £15, HERE.
Theatre lovers will also be able to grab discounted tickets for The Commitments, touring for the first time since its record-breaking run 5 years ago. This feel-good musical comedy is a rip-roaring celebration of soul based on the BAFTA award-winning film classic.
The Commitments begins on Tuesday 25 and ends on Saturday 29 April with tickets available from £15, HERE.
For those with an interest in Cymru, coal and choral singing, Welsh National Opera – Blaze of Glory! is next up. Set in a 50s Welsh Valleys community, the opera follows a small group of miners as they embark on a musical escapade following a tragic mining disaster.
Blaze of Glory! runs from Tuesday 25 until Saturday 29 April with tickets available from £15, HERE.
Another Welsh National Opera production, The Magic Flute, rounds off Bristol Hippodrome’s January sale. Audiences will step into a land of mystery, magic, and adventure when they attend this enchanting opera for all ages – often described as the perfect first opera.
Welsh National Opera’s The Magic Flute will run from Wednesday 26 until Friday 28 April and tickets can be found from £15, HERE.
For a comprehensive list of what’s coming up at Bristol Hippodrome in 2023, head to the theatre's website.
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Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturday’s are spent watching his team both home and away.