The Leicester Mercury is teaming up with Curve to offer our readers a great deal on tickets for hit show Hot Stuff.
The poplar jukebox musical returns to the Rutland Street theatre tonight, with actor Ceri Dupree starring as energetic Lucy Fur.
We are offering readers the chance to get two tickets for the price of one for the May Day bank holiday show – and ticket holders will also get access to an exclusive after-show party.
Simply use the coupon in today's paper to claim your 2-for-1 tickets for the 7.30pm performance on Monday, May 6, at either of the Curve box offices. They are located at the theatre, in Rutland Street, and in the upper mall of the Highcross shopping centre.
The after-show party will be a chance for readers to meet Ceri and the other stars of the hilarious and outrageous show, while enjoying a drink and some nibbles.
Mercury editor Richard Bettsworth said: "We are delighted to once again be working with Curve to give readers 2-for-1 tickets and invitations to an exclusive party.
"Hot Stuff is a Leicester favourite and it is great to see it back in the city. We are sure it will be a storming success and we wish Ceri and everybody involved all the best."
Hot Stuff debuted at the Haymarket Theatre in 1992 and returned to Leicester in 2010, at Curve.
The show, featuring '70s and '80s disco favourites, was devised by Maggie Norris and Paul Kerryson.
The Stage magazine praised the 2010 show, describing it as "a high-octane reworking of the Faust legend bristling with the best and worst songs of the '70s and '80s".
Mercury sales promotion manager Tess Rushin said: "We've got 200 seats at the May 6 show to give to Mercury readers on a first-come-first-served basis. They just need to take the voucher to the box office. We know how much people in Leicester love Hot Stuff and we thought it would be great to offer our readers 2-for-1 tickets and put on a party for them to enjoy the night out even more."