West End ticket promotion London Theatre Week has extended!
That means you now have one more week to enjoy tickets to over 70 hit shows from £15, £25, or £35.
From award-winning musicals, including The Lion King and Wicked to show-stopping plays such as To Kill a Mockingbird and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, there is no better time to book.
Tickets start at only £15, to see blockbuster musicals, hilarious comedies, compelling dramas and more! Special ticket prices are set at £15, £25, £35 or £45, for performances this spring and summer 2023 (dates vary by show, check for details).
This extraordinary promotion includes over 70 new and returning shows, and is the most ambitious ever put together in the West End.
But hurry! London Theatre Week must finally end on 12 March.
London Theatre Week Shows
Brand new musicals featured in the promotion include the new immersive production of Guys & Dolls at the Bridge Theatre; The Great British Bake Off Musical starring Haydn Gwynne (The Windsors) and John Owen Jones (Les Miserables); Beverley Knight in Sylvia at The Old Vic; Disney’s Newsies at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre; Broadway hit Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations at the Prince Edward Theatre; the five-star production of Gershwin musical Crazy For You at the Gillian Lynne Theatre; Groundhog Day The Musical, from the creators of Matilda The Musical, at The Old Vic.
Blockbuster musicals available in London Theatre Week include Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre; Back to the Future at the Adelphi Theatre; The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre; Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre; Disney’s The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre; Disney’s Frozen at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Les Miserables at the Sondheim Theatre; Tina – The Tina Turner Musical at the Aldwych Theatre; Jersey Boys at the Trafalgar Theatre; Dirty Dancing at the Dominion Theatre; Pretty Woman The Musical at the Savoy Theatre; Only Fools and Horses The Musical at the Theatre Royal Haymarket; Mamma Mia! at the Novello Theatre; and Matilda the Musical at the Cambridge Theatre.
A wealth of drama and comedy includes Matthew Modine in To Kill a Mockingbird at the Gielgud Theatre; pop star Cheryl in 2:22 A Ghost Story at the Lyric Theatre; Ozark’s Janet McTeer in Phaedra at the National Theatre; Reece Shearsmith in The Unfriend at the Criterion Theatre; Poldark’s Aidan Turner in Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons at the Harold Pinter Theatre; Felicity Kendal in Noises Off at the Phoenix Theatre; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre; The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre; and Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap at St. Martin’s Theatre.