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  • Theatre lovers can get £10 to £50 tickets for 20+ London West End shows (originally 40+ but many have now sold out), including biggies such as Disney's Frozen, The MousetrapLes Misérables, and Wicked via the Official London Theatre Sale – see 'More info' below for the full list of participating shows.

    The discounted tickets are for performances up to Thursday 29 February, and there's a mix of matinée, evening, and weekend performances, though they're spread randomly across all dates. This means it could be pot luck finding cheap tickets for the show you want on a particular date – best to be flexible, if you can.

    The saving you get varies per show and per seat. £10 tickets will usually be the cheapest normal-priced seats in the theatre, and £50 tickets will be the top-priced (non-premium) seats. Though do note, not all shows offer £10 tickets in this sale.

    For other ways to save at the theatre, see our Cheap theatre tickets guide.

    • Here's the list of participating shows, along with the ticket prices available when we last checked on Tuesday 6 February.

      • Back To The Future The Musical - £30, £40, £50
      • The Barber Of Seville - £40, £50
      • The Boy At The Back Of The Class - £20
      • Bronco Billy - £20, £40
      • The Choir Of Man - £30, £50
      • Cruel Intentions: The '90s Musical - £30, £40, £50
      • The Enfield Haunting - £40, £50
      • Everybody's Talking About Jamie - £30
      • Exhibitionists - £20
      • Disney's Frozen - £30
      • The Handmaid's Tale - £40, £50
      • The King And I - £20, £30, £40, £50
      • The Little Big Things - £40
      • The Merchant of Venice 1936 - £10, £40
      • Metamorphosis - £10, £20, £30
      • Les Misérables - £30, £50
      • The Mousetrap - £10, £20, £30, £40, £50
      • Mrs. Doubtfire - £40, £50
      • The Phantom Of The Opera - £40, £50
      • Rehab The Musical - £20, £30
      • The Time Traveller's Wife - £20, £40
      • Tina: The Tina Turner Musical - £30, £40, £50
      • The Unfriend - £40, £50
      • Wicked - £30, £40, £50


      You can book up to 10 tickets per show with one card and there’s no limit to the number of performances you can get tickets for. Though if you have Theatre Tokens, you can pay for your tickets using those.

      You'll be sent e-tickets, which you can print or show on your phone. You can't get refunds unless a show is cancelled, but Official London Theatre says exchanges may be possible, depending on availability.

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  • Kids aged 17 and under go 'free' to West End shows in August 

    Kids aged 17 and under go 'free' to West End shows in August 

    With a paying adult. Including hits such as Grease, Mrs Doubtfire and The Wizard of Oz

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    The popular Kids Week theatre promotion is back. You can nab a free child ticket (for children aged 17 and under) to 30+ London theatre shows with the purchase of a full-priced adult ticket from the Official London Theatre's Kids Week website.

    All performances can be booked online at via Official London Theatre, with hit shows including Disney's Frozen, Grease, Heathers The Musical, The Mousetrap, Phantom of the Opera, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, Wicked, The Wizard of Oz and more – see the full list of 30+ shows.

    As tickets went on sale on Tuesday 13 June, some shows are now sold out.

    Which performances can you get the deal on?

    Seats for the most popular shows tend to be snapped up quickly. If you're bringing more than one child, the first child ticket is free and then you can get 50% off for a maximum of two more children per adult. Last year we saw savings of up to £90 depending which shows and seats were selected – and there are no booking or postage fees.

    It's not every performance of every show – some exclude their most popular performances, such as matinees or weekends. Tickets are distributed randomly across all dates, shows and seat prices, so it helps to be flexible in your choice.

    During the booking process you'll get to see which seats are available. You can book a maximum of eight tickets per show (one free child per paying adult). If you can't find the tickets you want, it's worth checking back at a later date – in past years we've seen some shows increase their allocation of tickets as time goes on.

    For more tips on how to take a trip to the theatre for less, see our Cheap theatre tickets guide.

    • Here's a list of all Kids Week 2023 shows. Age recommendations and restrictions will vary, which you can check at each show's listing at the Kids Week website. We've crossed out any shows that are sold out.
       

      Kids Week shows:

      • Accidental Death Of An Anarchist
      • Ain't Too Proud - The Life and Times of The Temptations
      • Aspects Of Love
      • Back To The Future: The Musical
      • Bleak Expectations
      • Blippi: The Wonderful World Tour (Alexandra Palace)
      • Blippi: The Wonderful World Tour (Rose Theatre, Kingston)
      • The Choir Of Man
      • Crazy For You
      • The Crown Jewels
      • The Crucible
      • Dinosaur World: Live
      • The Dream
      • Elephant And Piggies
      • Everywhere Bear
      • Fireman Sam Saves The Circus
      • Disney’s Frozen The Musical
      • Grease The Musical
      • Hairy
      • Heathers
      • Horrible Histories - Terrible Tudors
      • I Believe In Unicorns
      • I Wish My Life Were Like A Musical
      • Jersey Boys
      • Disney’s The Lion King
      • Mamma Mia!
      • RSC’s Matilda The Musical
      • Mermaid's & Pirates
      • Les Misérables
      • The Mousetrap
      • Mrs Doubtfire
      • Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!
      • The Phantom Of The Opera
      • The Play That Goes Wrong
      • Matthew Bourne's Romeo & Juliet
      • Six
      • The Smeds And The Smoos
      • SpongeBob: The Musical
      • Tales From Acorn Wood
      • The Three Billy Goats Gruff
      • The Tiger Who Came To Tea
      • Tina: The Tina Turner Musical
      • The Verge Of Forever
      • We Will Rock You The Musical
      • Wicked
      • Witness For The Prosecution
      • The Wizard Of Oz
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  • £10-£50 London theatre tickets for February & March performances

    £10-£50 London theatre tickets for February & March performances

    40 shows including Bat Out of Hell, Disney's Frozen, Only Fools & Horses and Wicked

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    Theatre lovers can get £10-£50 tickets for 40 London West End shows, including many biggies such as Back to the Future: The Musical, Bat Out of Hell, Mamma Mia!, Disney's Frozen, Only Fools and Horses, and Wicked via the Official London Theatre Sale – see 'More info' below for the full list of participating shows.

    The sale, which launched in December, has been extended to include performances until Friday 31 March for most shows, but you'll need to book tickets by 11.59pm on Friday 10 February.

    When we checked on Thursday 2 February, there were about 150,000 tickets available. They're for matinée, evening, and some weekend performances, though the discounted tickets are spread randomly across all dates. Discounted tickets are limited per performance, so it could be pot luck finding the show you want on a particular date.

    Seats are discounted based on their price tier, so the amount of saving on the normal price will vary per show and per seat. £10 tickets will usually be the cheapest normal-priced seats in the theatre, and £50 tickets will be the top-priced (non-premium) seats. Though do note, not all shows offer the cheapest £10 tickets.



    For other ways to save at the theatre, see our
    Cheap theatre tickets guide.

    • Here's the list of participating shows and ticket prices for each, depending on availability – last checked on Thursday 2 February.

      Shows with performances until Friday 31 March (book by Friday 10 February):

      • & Juliet - £20, £30, £40, £50
      • Accidental Death Of An Anarchist - £10, £20
      • George Takei's Allegiance - £20, £30
      • Back To The Future - £30, £40, £50
      • Bat Out Of Hell The Musical - £20, £30, £40
      • Best Of Enemies - £40, £50
      • Bonnie & Clyde - £20, £30, £40
      • The Book Of Mormon - £30, £40, £50
      • The Choir Of Man - £20, £40, £50
      • Cirque Berserk - £20
      • Dirty Dancing - £20, £30, £40, £50
      • Disney's Frozen - £20, £30, £40, £50
      • The Great British Bake Off Musical - £20, £30, £40, £50
      • Heathers The Musical - £30, £40
      • Jack V Giant - £10
      • Jersey Boys - £10, £20, £30, £40, £50
      • Mamma Mia! - £20, £30, £40, £50
      • Marjorie Prime - £30
      • Matilda The Musical - £30, £40, £50
      • The Mousetrap - £10, £20, £30, £40, £50
      • Noises Off - £20, £40, £50
      • Only Fools And Horses - £10, £20, £30, £40, £50
      • Orlando - £20, £30, £50
      • Peaky Blinders: The Rise - £30, £40
      • Phaedra - £30, £40
      • The Play That Goes Wrong - £20, £30, £40
      • Pretty Woman: The Musical - £20, £30, £40, £50
      • Standing At The Sky's Edge - £40
      • Tina: The Tina Turner Musical - £20, £30, £40, £50
      • To Kill A Mockingbird - £20, £30, £40, £50
      • Wicked - £20, £30, £40, £50
      • Windfall - £10, £20
      • Witness For The Prosecution - £20, £40, £50


      Shows with performances until Friday 10 February:

      • Punchdrunk: The Burnt City - £40
      • Lemons - £30, £40, £50
      • Les Misérables - £30, £40, £50
      • Much Ado About Nothing - £10, £20
      • Disney's Newsies - £20, £30
      • The Phantom Of The Opera - £30, £40, £50
      • Six - £40


      A maximum of 10 tickets can be booked per show per cardholder and there’s no limit to the number of performances you can get tickets for.

      You'll receive e-tickets which you can print or show on your phone. Seat allocations will be visible during the booking process. Shows may increase their allocation of tickets at any time and more shows may be added during the booking period.

      Tickets are non-refundable unless a show is cancelled, but Official London Theatre says exchanges may be possible, depending on availability.