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Freema Agyeman
Also In This Section: Treats

Billie Piper may have left TV’s Doctor Who, but theatregoers won’t have to wait long to catch up with the time traveller’s faithful sidekick. The pop star-turned-actress is making her theatrical debut, torn between two men, in a revival of Christopher Hampton’s 1976 play Treats.
The three-hander is now playing at The Garrick Theatre, London. when young newspaper professional Ann (Piper) loses her egotistical ex-boyfriend Dave, she tries to rebuild her shattered confidence by forming a rebound relationship with Patrick, the office bore. All is going as expected until Dave returns on a macho mission to try and win her back. With a barrage of belittling mockery unleashed on Ann’s new love interest, and home truths mercilessly revealed at every turn, the question is who – if anyone – will conquer this testosterone-charged battleground and ultimately get the girl.
We are very pleased to be able to offer visitors to a very special offer on tickets to see Billie in Treats in conjuction with Bill Kenwright Productions.
The offer is as follows:
Best Available Seats 29.50
Upper Cirlcle Seats 19:50

This offer is valid Monday – Thursday evenings including Thursday matinees – until 30 March 2007.
To take advantage of this offer please call the theatre box office on 0870 890 1104
and quote: "Spring Offer".
Get Tickets
Treats is now playing at The Garrick Theatre in London's West End.
Box Office: 0870 890 1104
Buy Online:
Garrick Theatre
Charing Cross Road
London  WC2H 0HH
United Kingdom
27.50 - 49.50
Prices shown are a guide to standard adult prices generally available, including any applicable per ticket fees - other concessions (such as child and senior prices) may also be available.
Booking from
Tue, 20th February 2007
Booking to
Sat, 26th May 2007


Nearest Underground: Charing Cross (Northern/Bakerloo lines)/Leicester Square (Northern/Piccadilly lines)
From Charing Cross turn left onto the Strand towards Trafalgar Square. Turn right at Trafalgar Square (you do not need to cross the road and enter the square itself) and head up St Martin's Place past the National Portrait Gallery. St Martin's Place leads to Charing Cross Road, with the Garrick Theatre opposite the National Portrait Gallery on the right.

Nearest Rail: Charing Cross
See above.

Parking: NCP Upper St Martin's Lane. Please note that parking in central London can be difficult and expensive. If possible please use public transport.

Admittance Policy

Regrettably babies and toddlers will not be admitted to the theatre. Children aged 5 years and over will be admitted and, more specific age limits may apply depending on the production. Children should be able to sit, unaided, in their own seat and be attentive to the performance so as not to distract other paying members of the audience.