In The Next Room Or The Vibrator Play

Cheap In The Next Room Or The Vibrator Play tickets

This show has now closed

View show & venue information

Cheap In The Next Room or the vibrator play tickets at the St. James Theatre


The Show

In The Next Room or the vibrator play is a provocative, touching and entertaining story about sex and intimacy.

The Story

Late 19th Century New York State.
 
A time of great innovation and social change.
 
Whilst enthusiasm grows amongst the well-to-do for the new electric light bulb, Dr Givings has been working on his own strange electrical device.  His aim is to treat female hysteria, but his first patient emerges from her first session glowing and keen to return…
 

Looking for cheap In The Next Room or the vibrator play tickets at the St. James Theatre?

With our huge range of cheap tickets for plays on in London, a visit to the West End has never been better value. Book with us for In the Next Room or the Vibrator Play and enjoy a great show at a price that won’t bring down the curtain on your budget.

In short, if a play’s on in London, we’re your one-stop shop for cheap tickets. Choose yours from the box on the right. We’ll confirm and dispatch them straight away.

About DiscountTheatre.com

• The UK’s biggest discount theatre specialist
• Your first choice for cheap In The Next Room or The Vibrator Play at the St. James Theatre
• Book online or call us on 020 7492 1515


This show has now closed

Reviews

'Sarah Ruhl has come up with something rather wonderful: a period drama that is funny, original and genuinely touching’

- The Daily Telegraph

'A witty delight'

- Sunday Express

'A wise, funny and moving play'

- Financial Times

Nothing beats the experience of live theatre, and it’s our pleasure to offer you the best deals on tickets for your favourite shows. We hope you have a great visit to your chosen performance. In the meantime, enjoy a visual taste of what’s in store for you once you’ve booked your seats with us to see In The Next Room Or The Vibrator Play.

How many tickets would you like?