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London theatre logo£10-£40 West End theatre ticketsUp to £27 off. For 70 shows incl Cinderella and The Lion King

130,000 avail

Theatre lovers can go online now to Get Into London Theatre to get £10-£40 tickets for 70 selected shows performed between Thu 1 Jan and Fri 13 Feb 2015. The tickets include matinée and evening performances on multiple days including some weekends.

There will be 130,000 tickets available across all dates, but all tickets are subject to availability for specific performances. Not all shows will offer tickets at the lowest price point of £10 and when they're gone, they're gone. The cheaper tickets for the more popular shows are likely to go very quickly.

Here are some examples of discounted tickets (see the full price list)

  • Cinderella, £10 tickets (were £16) and £20 tickets (were £29.50)
  • Madama Butterfly £10 tickets (were £25) and £20 tickets (were £31)
  • Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part Two £10 tickets (were £15)
  • Ghost Stories £10 tickets (were £25), £20 tickets (were £39), £30 tickets (were £45) and £40 tickets (were £55)
  • Les Misérables £20 tickets (were £35), £30 tickets  (were £45) and £40 tickets (were £67.50)
  • Thriller Live £20 tickets (were £37.50), £30 tickets (were £49.50) and £40 tickets (were £67.50)
  • Wicked £20 tickets (were £35), £30 tickets (were £55) and £40 tickets (were £65)
  • Disney's The Lion King £30 tickets (were £37.50) and £40 tickets (were £57.50)
  • Billy Elliot £30 tickets (were £38.70) and £40 tickets (were £66.20)
  • War Horse £40 tickets (were £62.50)
  • Matilda The Musical £40 tickets (were £67.50)

 A maximum of eight tickets can be booked per show and there’s no limit to the number of transactions that can be made. Tickets are non-refundable.

There are no booking fees and the tickets will either be posted to you free of charge or you can collect from the box office on the day of the performance. 

More info

Multiple theatres participating in the West End, Barbican Centre, Greenwich Theatre and New Wimbledon Theatre.

Get Into London Theatre has advised that no seats available should have any restricted views and that seat allocations will be visible to customers during the booking process.

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About London theatre

London’s West End contains around 40 theatres, and is ever-popular with locals and tourists alike. Long-running shows such as Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables can be pricey, but there’s usually an offer to be had in Theatreland.

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