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Lot 6: Matt Smith tickets & Lunch at Coutts Closed

Lot 6: Matt Smith tickets & Lunch at Coutts


First, enjoy two tickets to see global megastar NYT Patron Matt Smith in Ibsen's classic play An Enemy of the People at the Duke of York’s Theatre.


Doubt spreads faster than disease in Ibsen’s thought-provoking play about truth in a society driven by power and money. When Dr Stockmann makes an unbelievable discovery about the healing waters in his local baths, he holds the future of the town in his hands, but those with everything to lose refuse to accept his word. As the battle goes beyond contaminated water, barriers are broken in this contemporary production that shows why this perennial classic will be relevant forever.


Then spend an indulgent afternoon in Coutts’ private dining rooms in the offices on the Strand with 5 friends and Matt himself the youngest ever Dr Who, The Crown star and House of Dragon Legend.


Matt’s co-host for lunch will be NYT’s CEO & Artistic Director Paul Roseby OBE who will serve up stories about Smith’s early acting days as and NYT Member.


Where better to luxuriate in such exquisite company than at Coutts, the bank that once had former actress Harriot Coutts as a Senior Partner!


Before dinner, you’ll embark on an Archivist’s Tour revealing the bank’s fascinating history followed by champagne and a 3-course fine dining meal paired with wine in the private Director’s Dining Room in Coutts’ iconic offices on The Strand.


Cultural and culinary experiences don’t get much better than this!


Perfect for Whovians, Crown-ites – and fans of Matt Smith everywhere!



Terms and Conditions

·         An Enemy of the People ends 6 April 2024: tickets subject to availability.

·         Lunch date is subject to the availability of Matt Smith, Coutts and Paul Roseby: please note that this could extend beyond 2024

·         Lunch guests must be aged 18+

Donated by Matt Smith, Ambassador Theatre Group and Coutts & Co with thanks to Judith Chan