2-for1 ticket offer at Welwyn Garden City theatre

10:13 13 February 2014

Kidnapped will be at the Hawthorne Theatre, Copyright Tommy Ga-Ken Wan

Kidnapped will be at the Hawthorne Theatre, Copyright Tommy Ga-Ken Wan

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Tickets for a swashbuckling adventure debuting at the Hawthorn Theatre in Welwyn Garden City this weekend are now half price.

Kidnapped will be at the Hawthorne Theatre in WGC on February 16Kidnapped will be at the Hawthorne Theatre in WGC on February 16

Multi-award winning Sell A Door Theatre Company revisit their Scottish roots to present a new adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Kidnapped at the Hawthorne Theatre, Welwyn Garden City, on Sunday.

And tickets are now available for half the price, on a special 2-for-1 offer.

Full of swashbuckling sword fights, larger than life puppets, wild storms and shipwreck, the story is perfect for audiences - young and old alike - who crave adventurous live theatre.

Quote the code K241 when booking (or add it in to your booking online when prompted).

Sell A Door Theatre Company present Kidnapped at the Hawthorne Theatre, Welwyn Garden City, on Sunday 16 February at 1pm & 5pm.

Tickets are £15 and £12 (concs) with generous concessions for Zebra Card members.

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