Three Green Gift Ideas this Christmas
1. A gift that will last a lifetime
This year, give friends and family theatre tickets and share experiences that will entertain, inspire and create long-lasting memories.
A Christmas Carol
I will honour Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year.
Keep the festivities going into 2020 and delight family and friends with A Christmas Carol tickets, with performances running up until Sat 18 Jan. Contact Box Office if you’d like to book our under-16s rate and get 50% off Bands A–D (normally £65–£30) on all January performances.
Endgame in a double bill with Rough for Theatre II
Richard Jones directs Alan Cumming, Daniel Radcliffe, Jane Horrocks and Karl Johnson in a double bill of Becketts’ macabre comedies. There are a range of tickets available starting from £12.
Matthew Warchus directs Eileen Atkins (The Crown; The Height of the Storm, West End/Broadway) and Timothée Chalamet (Lady Bird; Call Me By Your Name) this spring in Amy Herzog’s Pulitzer Prize for Drama nominated play 4000 Miles. Tickets are now very limited, but you can find best availability on matinee performances during May.
The gift that will hit the spot with music lovers or fans of the hit comedy film, Local Hero takes to the stage in June 2020 in a new musical adaptation with music and songs by the legendary Mark Knopfler. Find tickets on our website now starting from £12.
2. A sustainable, waste-free Christmas gift that no one will want to return
Make a theatre lover’s Christmas and treat them to a Gift OV Extra Subscription for £60 a year. Share experiences with a year of ticket discounts, 15% off food and drink at The Old Vic and a new surprise in your inbox every month.
3. Keep someone warm with an eco-friendly stocking filler
This year, treat someone to their very own Old Vic KeepCup. Our KeepCups come in two sizes and a variety of colours – and they’re the perfect green gift for anyone who loves The Old Vic (and/or hot drinks). You can buy them from our café-bar Penny now.