Social Programme

February 2, 2016

SOCIAL PROGRAMME

And don’t forget the two new shows we’ve booked. They are

 Goodnight Mr Tom on Wednesday 17th February 7.30pm at Duke of York Theatre. The tickets are in the stalls and have a value of £19.50 but we are selling them to you for just £12.

and

Shakespeare’s As you Like It on Tuesday 1st March 7.30pm at the National Theatre. The tickets are in the stalls with a value of £50 and we are selling them for just £14.

Contact housing@zebrahousing.com for tickets.

January 25, 2016

Social Programme

 

We’ve booked two new shows.

We have tickets for Goodnight Mr Tom on Wednesday 17th February 7.30pm at Duke of York Theatre. The tickets are in the stalls and have a face value of £19.50 but we are selling them to you for just £12.

This is a stage version of Michelle Magorian's award-winning wartime novel Goodnight Mister Tom. It’s the story of boy who is evacuated from the London blitz, who is escaping an abusive parent and his developing friendship with the elderly man with whom he is staying. There are some great performances.

 

And we also have  tickets for Shakespeare’s As you Like It on Tuesday 1st March 7.30pm at the National Theatre. The tickets are in the stalls with a face value of £50 and we are selling them for just £14.

 

This is a truly wonderful play – it’s a comedy – but it also contains some of Shakespeare’s most beautiful and insightful verse. And centre stage is Shakespeare’s greatest woman character, Rosalind. It’s also a very interesting production with an interesting set and wonderful music.

Contact housing@zebrahousing.com for tickets.

 

January 7, 2016

Social Programme 2016/7

We are also thinking ahead of the shape and content of the social programme. We’ve found that our programme of plays and shows in London is its most popular element – so this will continue to be the core of the programme. But is there anything else you’d like us to include? This year marks the 400 anniversaries of the deaths of two giants of European literature Shakespeare and Cervantes and we’ll try and reflect this in the programme. If you have any thoughts or suggestions contact Steve stevem@zebrahousing.com

October 8, 2015

SOCIAL PROGRAMME

Shaolin Monks, Peacock Theatre, W1

Tuesday 13 October - £25 for best stall seats that have a face value of £38

Dreamthinkspeak in Absent, Shoreditch Town Hall, Old Street, EC1

Thursday 21 October at 7.30 – just £5

Both are selling well so if you want tickets book early.

 

And thank you to Sumiyo who recently went to `Miss Saigon’ recently and gave us this feedback. “The seat was a great place. I also had a chance to speak to several other residents. Thank you very much for your very generous arrangement. I have been very fortunate to be a part of the Zebra community.”

 

Please let us have more feedback and suggestions for other events and shows we could book.