|28th March 2021|
Usher Hall Lothian Road, Edinburgh West EH1 2EA
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*Tickets on general sale Friday 7th August at 10am*
Set your phasers to fun! Prepare to be beamed up for an unforgettable night with the original ‘Captain James T. Kirk’, award-winning actor William Shatner.
Following a screening of the classic film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, William Shatner takes to the stage to share fascinating and humorous behind-the-scenes stories from his storied career, including answering audience questions.
A limited number of VIP tickets will be available, which include a post-show photo op with Mr. Shatner.
VIP ticket - premium seating and photo opportunity with Mr Shatner £165 - includes b/fee
£54.45 | £46.75| £41.25 | £35.75 | £30.25 - includes b/fee
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