What's OnIan McKellen On Stage at Harold Pinter TheatreDiscover the theatre event of the year starring Sir Ian McKellen, as he tells riveting tales from his personal life including Tolkien, Shakespeare and you.
- Dates 20/09/2019 - 20/09/2019
- Location 8 Panton Street, SW1Y 4DN
- Price ££
A spellbinding theatre experienceUncover the warm, witty and wizardry performance of Ian McKellen On Stage at the Harold Pinter Theatre.Running for a strictly limited West End season from 20th September – 5th January 2019, McKellen’s 80th birthday theatrical journey is a must-watch. Offering 80 seats from £10 at every show and only 80 performances to catch, don’t miss out on this once in a life-time experience.Bringing a joyous sprawling of a life well lived, McKellen discusses his life, his greatest hits, and how he came to be stood on this very stage. It’s a one man show, but a thought-provoking, infatuating tale.Following an unprecedented, sold-out tour spanning 80 theatres throughout the UK, the journey continues with a further 80 London shows.Get ready to immerse yourself in a world of Sir Ian McKellen. And with limited supply of tickets available, snap yours up before they’re gone!Tap below to book your tickets online. Or, call 0207 321 5300.Pair your theatrical caper with moreWant to make the most of your theatre experience?The Harold Pinter has several bars to choose from, including the Moonlight Bar that opens at 6pm every night. Offering cocktails, premium wine selections and a relaxing setting, this luxurious bar is the finest way to prepare for your night at the theatre.With a rich history and many successive shows showing before, there’s no better place to enjoy the show.All profits from the West End season of Ian McKellen On Stage will be donated to ten chosen charities which raise vital funds for a cross section of people involved with the arts; from young theatre makers just starting out to retired theatre professionals and people with disabilities working in the industry.So, pick-up your tickets and help to raise the much-need funds to support the crucial theatre charities.
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