ENJOY A TWO-COURSE PRE-THEATRE MEAL AT HAYMARKET HOTEL'S BRUMUS BAR & RESTAURANT
BEFORE SEEING THE MALY DRAMA THEATRE’S ‘THREE SISTERS’ AT THE VAUDEVILLE THEATRE
AVAILABLE 19 – 28 JUNE 2019
Following a critically acclaimed West End Season with their productions of Uncle Vanya and Life & Fate at the Theatre Royal Haymarket last year, the Maly Drama Theatre of St. Petersburg returns to the West End with this luminous retelling of Chekhov’s masterpiece, Three Sisters at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Rediscover the tragicomic story of the Prozorov sisters as they contend with their disillusioned lives in a provincial Russian town. Renowned director Lev Dodin directs this radiant, complex play with rich insight into Chekhov's eloquent understanding of resignation, longing, and love.
Just a ten minute walk from the Vaudeville Theatre, join us at Brumus Restaurant at Haymarket Hotel for a delicious two-course pre-theatre dinner with a glass of wine, before the show.
£85 including Band A ticket to see Three Sisters at the Vaudeville Theatre and two-course meal and glass of wine at Brumus Bar & Restaurant
£60 including a Band B ticket to see Three Sisters at the Vaudeville Theatre and two-course meal and glass of wine at Brumus Bar & Restaurant
Valid for Sunday-Friday performances from the 19 – 28 June 2019.
To book your tickets via Nimax, please CLICK HERE or call 0330 333 4814, quoting Brumus
Valid for Monday to Thursday evening performances at 7.30pm and Wednesday matinees at 2.30pm from 1 January until 26 September 2019. Customer must be seated by 5.45pm post-matinee and pre-evening performance. Excludes 22 June. All elements of the package are subject to availability. No cash alternative available to any elements of the package. Any extras to be paid for directly to the Restaurant on which a service charge may apply. Tables must be reserved by the customer directly with the restaurant by calling T: 020 7470 4007 before the date attending.
Brumus Bar & Restaurant
1 Suffolk Place
London SW1Y 4HX
T: 020 7470 4007
“Ethereal… these Russian actors seem to have an intuitive ability to make whiplash fluctuations feel like the most authentic expression of humanity’s common lot”
New York Times