The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and dinner at Brasserie Zédel Tickets
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Dinner and a show in London!
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and a 3 course formule menu Dinner at Brasserie Zédel seems like the perfect way to spend a day in London's West End.
There are few things better than dinner and a show (or a show and dinner) in London’s West End, and now with our incredible offer, you can get a 3 course fixed dinner with your theatre tickets!
Decide whether you will start or end your night out with dinner at Brasserie Zédel, the incredible Parisian bistro nestled in the heart of Piccadilly. The Piccadilly Theatre, where you will be seeing the critically acclaimed The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, is located just across the street from the theatre which means you'll be able to get from dinner to the show (or the from the show to dinner) in a matter of minutes.
Brasserie Zédel is tucked around a corner in the middle of Piccadilly, this beautiful bistro is literally within throwing distance of the Piccadilly Theatre. This elegant French bistro offers a range of classic French cuisine. The close proximity to the theatre ensures that you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy your meal whether you decide to have it before or after the show.
3 course formule menu dinner with theatre tickets!
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time follows the investigative adventures of Christopher. Christopher is not your typical young man, he likes maths more than music and doesn’t like to go anywhere new but he is determined to find out who stabbed his neighbour’s dog with a garden fork. Mixing multimedia, sounds, and staging to bring the reality of Christopher’s world to the stage. This stunning 7 time Olivier Award winning show is not to be missed.
3 course formule menu:
Blanquette d’Agneau ou Filet de Daurade (Blanquette of Lamb or Sea Bream Fillet)
Tarte au Citron Meringuée
Verre de Vin Maison Ea
The restaurant will contact you via email or phone regarding your table reservation to confirm your choice of time.
Age restrictionSuitable for ages 11 and above.
Running time2hr 30min (inc. interval)
Performance dates29 November 2018 - 27 April 2019
ContentThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time contains strong language and scenes that younger children may find distressing. Please note that loud sound effects, high-intensity lighting and video effects (including strobe lighting) feature in the production.
The show was excellent and different, especially the ending which stopped many of the audience in its tracks!
Jennifer Prain10th April
After initial concern about the very limited menu available under this offer at Zedel, we actually really enjoyed the food. The play was very creatively staged and we were impressed by the interpretation of the book into this fine performance.
Mrs DENISE ARMSTRONG9th April
Brilliant show, so cleverly put together. Would love see it again! Had dinner at Zedel fantastic food in amazing surroundings. Excellent value for money, highly recommend.
Ginnette Snell3rd April
Lovely meal as always. Service excellent and food delicious. The theatre was across the road which was great as it was raining. The show was amazing. I didn’t think the book could be interpreted easily, but it surpassed my expectations! Fabulous nights entertainment.
HelenaJ Mackenzie28th March
The theatre and dinner deal is great but especially great when the restaurant is literally opposite the theatre! The only negative point was that the restaurant knew we were coming to eat post-theatre but when we arrived they were not ready for us, actually saying we were ahead of time so we had to wait for the table and then they were slow with the service. After the play finishing at 10pm we didn't expect to still in the restaurant at 12.15! But we all like Zedel very much so just about forgive them
MrsAlison Cobb28th March
The performance of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time was utterly amazing. Brasserie Zédel arranged stunning seats in the stalls - we couldn’t have asked for more. We were also invited to use the Ambassador Bar, which is a cosy little room at the side of the theatre, where staff provided a personalised bar service before the play stared and during the interval. They also showed us where our seats were and waited to show us back to the bar at the interval. I would only offer two suggestions and they are that, in the confirmation email from Brasserie Zédel It would have been good to have reminder of which menu was part of the deal and that waiting staff could be a little more attentive and try not to quickly pour out more than half a glass of water; even so, this did not detract from the lovely dinner, the beautiful surroundings and the great ambience of the Brasserie. We will definitely do this again.
Glen Mundy22nd March
Great food (but we knew as already customers) and the play was innovative, emotional and demanding of the audience. Overall, excellent deal.
Thomas Bates15th March
Excellent value for theatre and Zedel
BRUCE HOWARD13th March
Great show and excellent value meal in a wonderful setting.
Karen 9th March
The show/meal was excellent, we thoroughly enjoyed it and would definitely recommend. The pre theatre dinner was three courses including a glass of red or white wine, the only extra we ordered was coffee afterwards which we paid separately for. The location of the restaurant to the theatre, they were directly over the road from one another, so plenty of time to collect the tickets from the box office. The show was very entertaining, as wasn’t really sure what to expect but after reading other reviews many reviewers had given the show five stars, we are also giving the same!
Loved it. Great play. Great restaurant.
Mrs Angela Hendrick5th March
From the first time I had that the book had been turned into a stage play I wondered how you could portray an autistic persons thoughts, feelings and experiences on the stage. I did hear that the original production had an inventive stage setting but couldn't make it during that run. Having just seen it I can only say the rumours were correct! It really makes one feel the confusion he is experiencing. A great play, glad I got to see it second time around.