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RSC Old Vic ticket offer

Our RSC ticket competition has now closed, but read on to find out how to save £10 on selected tickets.

The political thriller Coriolanus and the warm-hearted comedy The Merry Wives of Windsor are being performed in repertoire by a cross cast ensemble of twenty actors until 23 August.

Greg Hicks (Caius Martius, Coriolanus), Hannah Young
> (Virgilia). Royal Shakespeare Company/RSC. Photography by Manuel Harlan.

CORIOLANUS is one of Shakespeare's most overtly political plays about a military society that values honour, valour and courage. In this new staging, David Farr deftly combines Eastern and Western cultures to produce an evening that is both compelling and exhilarating.

Claire Carrie (Mistress Ford) and Richard Cordery (Falstaff). Royal Shakespeare Company/RSC. Photography by Manuel Harlan.

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR is often referred to as Shakespeare's middle-class sitcom, The Merry Wives of Windsor is a mischievous romp through Windsor society, following Mistresses Ford and Page as they hilariously rebuff Falstaff's advances. Rachel Kavanaugh has set the production in the late 1940s, drawing inspiration from the great Ealing comedies of the period.

For full information on both productions visit the official RSC website

Even if you're not one of our lucky winners, SE1 readers can save 10 on 35 and 30 tickets on all performances Monday – Thursday until 24 July. To book call the Old Vic Box Office on 020 7369 1722 and quote "SE1 Offer". This offer is subject to availability and cannot be used with any other discount..

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