The Lehman Trilogy tickets on sale and now includes a 3-course meal at Brasserie Zedel!
Sometimes you’re looking for the perfect date night or a fabulous night in London town but without the hassle and stress of organising your pre-theatre dinner on top of booking a show. Well, this offer gives you the amazing opportunity to book the best seats in the house at Piccadilly Theatre for The Lehman Trilogy and get a three-course meal at the divine Brasserie Zedel. A win-win and even more so when done quickly and hassle-free through our simple booking system!
If you’re in need of a treat, whether it’s for a special occasion or just because, this incredible offer gives you everything you need for an amazing night out in the West End. This deal will see you eating a gorgeous three-course meal, and our automatic reservation system means you don’t have to bother about booking your own table and then afterwards pop over to the theatre to see the highly acclaimed The Lehman Trilogy. Also, a total bonus is that the restaurant is just a minute walk from the theatre so no need to stress about time keeping either.
What’s on the menu at Brasserie Zedel?
This gorgeous restaurant is a grand Parisian brasserie which boasts an authentic Art Deco interior. As well as the beautiful setting, it serves traditional French food of the highest standards and is the only place in London you’ll want to eat French food after visiting this brasserie. The menu includes options of blanquette d’agneau (a lamb dish) and filet de daurade (a sea bream fillet), of which will be of the highest quality. No matter what you choose from their mouth-watering menu, you’re in for the most delectable meal that will leave you happy and satisfied before heading to the theatre.
A synopsis of The Lehman Trilogy
Following its sold-out run at the National Theatre, The Lehman Trilogy is now wowing audiences at the West End’s Piccadilly Theatre. The story follows a family and a company that changed the world and is told to you in three parts over the course of the evening. It begins in 1844 on a cold morning in September, with a young man from Bavaria standing on a New York dockside. He dreams of a new life in the new world. The American dream wasn’t a popularised term then but still it’s what was at play here as this young man and his two brothers begin their journey. The story jumps ahead, 163 years ahead to be exact, where their firm, Lehman Brothers, collapses into bankruptcy, a catalyst for the largest financial crisis in history.
Book your tickets for this spectacular production of The Lehman Trilogy directed by Sam Mendes, whilst it’s showing at the Piccadilly Theatre and get an amazing meal deal ticket whilst the offer lasts!