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Extended: £15-£35 West End theatre tickets
35+ shows incl Les Misérables, The Lion KingExpired
'London Theatre Week' is back for a second year, and you can bag tickets to top West End plays and musicals for £15, £25 and £35 at TodayTix* until 11.59pm on Sun 15 Mar (extended from Sun 8 Mar). While it's labelled as a week-long event, you can actually book some performances as far ahead as October – though date availability varies by show.
Shows include the new production of Les Misérables at the recently revamped Sondheim Theatre, Endgame starring Daniel Radcliffe at the Old Vic, and The Seagull starring Emilia Clarke at the Playhouse Theatre – see ‘More info’ for the full list.
You can book tickets at the TodayTix website* or via its free app*. Select the show you want to see from the list of ‘London Theatre Week’ productions, and dates that include the cheap tickets will be highlighted. You’ll then be able to select the price band(s) included in the offer – this is clearly marked.
Unfortunately you can’t choose your seats – these are allocated for you, but you’ll be shown which seats you’re given before booking – see how to check the view from your seat before you buy.
The discounted seats won’t necessarily be the cheapest seats in the theatre, eg, £35 seats are likely to be the normally-top priced (non-premium) seats, but there may be regular-priced seats which are cheaper but further back or higher up from the stage.
Examples of top participating shows & discounts
Here are some of the top West End shows included in the offer – see 'More info' below for the full list. We’ve included the cheapest discounted price available and the normal cost if you were to buy direct from the theatre, checked on Mon 9 Mar.
- 9 to 5, Savoy Theatre - £15 (norm about £20 direct from the theatre)
- &Juliet, Shaftesbury Theatre - £15 (norm about £50)
- The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Criterion Theatre - £15 (norm about £30.75)
- The Woman in Black, Fortune Theatre - £15 (norm about £29.50)
- Waitress, Adelphi Theatre - £15 (norm about £44, pictured above)
- Les Misérables, Sondheim Theatre - £25 (norm about £30)
- Mary Poppins, Prince Edward Theatre - £25 (norm £27.50)
- The Book of Mormon, Prince of Wales Theatre - £25 (norm £40)
- The Seagull, Playhouse Theatre - £35 (norm £62.50)
TodayTix won’t tell us how many discounted tickets are available but when we checked on Tue 25 Feb there were plenty performances which had these cheap seats. The discounted tickets won’t be available for every seat or performance, so it may take some trial and error and a bit of pot luck to find cheap seats for the date you want. It’ll help to be flexible with your dates and seats if you can. Some (but not all) shows have weekend availability, and these performances will likely be the first to go.
While this offer should make most tickets the cheapest around for those seats, be sure to compare prices with Official London Theatre, Ticketmaster and other ticket sellers to check you’re getting the very best deal.
If this doesn't sufficiently scratch your theatre itch, we've lots more thespian MoneySaving in our cheap theatre tickets guide, and if you’re planning a culture jaunt to London, see 40+ cheap things to do in London for more ideas.
The full list of shows participating in the promotion and the cheapest discounted tickets available, as of 3pm on Mon 9 Mar:
- Come From Away
- Uncle Vanya
- The Doctor
- 9 to 5 The Musical
- A Number
- Everybody's Talking about Jamie
- The Comedy about a Bank Robbery
- The Watsons
- The Shark is Broken
- Thriller Live
- Baby Reindeer
- The Great Gatsby
- Kunene and the King
- Love, Love, Love
- On Blueberry Hill
- Only Fools and Horses the Musical
- The Woman in Black
- The Wedding Singer
- Mary Poppins
- The Book of Mormon
- The Life of Pi
- Mamma Mia!
- Be More Chill
- Les Miserables
- The Play that Goes Wrong
- Magic Goes Wrong
- Magic Mike
- The Lion King
- Only Fools and Horses
- The Visit
- The Seagull
Booking fees are included in the price. There's a maximum of six tickets allowed per booking. Your tickets might be 'collect from Box Office', delivery or 'print at home', depending on the show you book – this will be clearly shown before booking.
TodayTix West End theatre for £20
London shows incl Everybody's Talking About Jamie, A Christmas CarolExpired
Theatre ticket seller TodayTix* is offering £20 tickets to a range of top West End shows as part of its 'Boxing Day' sale, which has already started and will run until 11.59pm on Thu 26 Dec. Book via its website or free app for theatrical favourites like The Snowman, Everybody's Talking About Jamie and The Woman in Black. Date availability varies by show but some can be booked as far forward as May/June.
It will only be certain seats and performances and TodayTix isn't able to tell us how many £20 tickets are available, so go quick if there's something you've got your eye on, and remain flexible with your dates and seats if you can.
What shows will be included?
Here are some of the top West End shows which can be booked for £20, depending on availability. See 'More info' below for a full list along with seating bands.
- Everybody's Talking about Jamie (Apollo Theatre)
- The Snowman (Peacock Theatre)
- &Juliet (Shaftesbury Theatre)
- Magic Mike (London Hippodrome)
- Uncle Vanya (Harold Pinter Theatre)
- The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe (Bridge Theatre)
- White Christmas (Dominion Theatre)
- A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic)
- Girl From the North Country (Gielgud Theatre)
- Waitress (Adelphi Theatre)
- 9 to 5 (Savoy Theatre)
- The Woman in Black (Fortune Theatre)
The £20 includes booking fees, so there'll be no extras to pay.
If you're after something else in the sales, visit our Boxing Day sales for a list of what's on.
Full list of shows participating and the types of seating available for £20:
Uncle Vanya - Band D during the main run, Band C during previews
Leopoldstadt - Band C
The Watsons - Band D
The Snowman - TBC
Le Corsaire - TBC
The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe - Bands B and C
Touching the Void - Band C
A Taste of Honey - Band C
City of Angels - TBC
White Christmas - TBC
A Christmas Carol - TBC
A Number - Bands A and B
Curtains - Band C
Lexicon - TBC
Girl From the North Country - Band C
Dick Whittington - Bands A and B
Everybody's Talking about Jamie - Bands B and C
Magic Mike - TBC
La Clique - Booth seats
&Juliet - TBC
Waitress - TBC
9 to 5 - TBC
The Woman in Black - Band B
A Kind of People -TBC
Poet in Da Corner - TBC
Thriller Live - TBC