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30 May 2012updated 27 Sep 2015 4:00am

Reader offer: A Walk On Part

See the stage adaptation of Chris Mullin's diaries.

By New Statesman

Michael Chaplin’s stage adaptation of the third volume of Chris Mullin’s diaries, A Walk On Part, which covers Mullin’s time as a Labour backbencher between 1994 and 1999, moves to the West End next month, for a run that begins on 18 June. John Hodgkinson plays Mullin, while the other members of the cast – Tracy Gillman, Hywel Morgan and Joe Caffrey – play more than 100 characters, including Tony Benn, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and John Prescott.

The New Statesman is delighted to offer readers a chance to see A Walk on Part at the reduced price of £20. (Stalls seats normally cost up to £29.50) Simply use promo code NEWSTATESMAN online when booking at www.sohotheatre.com and select “Stalls” to receive the discount. You can also book over the phone on 020 7478 0100 and quote “New Statesman Reader Offer”. Offer valid for performances between Tuesday 19 and Saturday 23 June at 7.30pm (plus 3pm Thursday 21 and Saturday 23 June). Subject to availability.

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