First Time by Nathaniel Hall
First Time by Nathaniel Hall

Three Decembers


Playing at Wilton's Music Hall, London, E1 8JB from Tuesday 17 to Saturday 21 May.

This is the UK premiere of a chamber opera by one of America’s most exciting contemporary composers: Jake Heggie.

It tells the story of a Broadway stage actress, Madeline Mitchell and her two adult children and takes place over three decades of the AIDS crisis (1986, 1996 and 2006).

Use code THT22 at checkout to get £20 best available seats across all performances of Three Decembers at Wilton’s Music Hall.

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SOHO boy


Playing at Drayton Arms Theatre, London, SW5 0LJ from Tuesday 24 May to Saturday 4 June.

Young, trendy Spencer leaves home and hits Soho like a whirlwind in a journey of love, laughter, heartbreak and happiness. Working in a clothes store, partying at the weekend and busking on the streets. But all that glitter fades when Spencer finds love and stumbles into the darker side of the neon lights and tight white T-shirts.

This modern tale on the gay scene which can be harsh and lonely surrounded by glamour, sex and songs.

Use code THT for Saturday 4 June at 3.00pm and get 50% off your ticket!

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First Time by Nathaniel Hall

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