West End Theatre’s “Start of Summer Sale” is here, with savings of up to 58% on West End shows, and great seats from only £25.
The SALE includes many of London’s hottest shows including Guys & Dolls, Oklahoma!, Aspects of Love, Crazy For You, 42nd Street, We Will Rock You and many more.
The sale is running for a strictly limited time – and must end on 11 June 2023.
Show-stopping musicals featured in our Summer Sale include toe-tapping extravaganza 42nd Street (Sadler’s Wells Theatre); Michael Ball in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects Of Love (Lyric Theatre); joyous Broadway show Crazy For You (Gillian Lynne Theatre); new musical Glory Ride (Charing Cross Theatre); the return of Grease The Musical starring Louise Redknapp (Dominion Theatre); the five-star hit immersive production of Guys & Dolls (Bridge Theatre); the revival of Broadway show How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying starring Tracie Bennett (Southwark Playhouse Borough); hilarious new Spitting Image show Idiots Assemble: Splitting Image The Musical (Phoenix Theatre); and long-running Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons musical Jersey Boys (Trafalgar Theatre).
More smash-hit musicals on offer include Disney’s hit musical Newsies (Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre); Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma as you’ve never seen it before (Wyndham’s Theatre); the critics pick Once On This Island (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); iconic cult musical The Rocky Horror Show (Phoenix Theatre); hit comedy The Book Of Mormon from the creators of South Park (Prince of Wales Theatre); entertaining pub musical The Choir Of Man (Arts Theatre); a major new production of family musical The Wizard Of Oz (London Palladium); and the return to London of Queen mega-hit musical We Will Rock You (Coliseum Theatre).
Great West End plays that are part of the Start of Summer Sale include thrillers 2:22 A Ghost Story (Apollo Theatre), and Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap (St Martin’s Theatre); comedies Accidental Death Of An Anarchist (Theatre Royal Haymarket), The Crown Jewels starring Al Murray and Mel Giedroyc (Garrick Theatre), drag king play-with-music Modest (Kiln Theatre), riotous farce The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess Theatre), and Dickens mash-up Bleak Expectations (Criterion Theatre); and dramas including Neil LaBute’s The Shape Of Things (Park Theatre), moving play Es & Flo (Kiln Theatre), and provocative drama F*cking Men (Waterloo Theatre).
Entertainment shows included in the promotion range from an epic production of classic ballet Cinderella In-The-Round (Royal Albert Hall); to Punchdrunk’ extraordinary immersive theatre show The Burnt City (One Cartridge Place); heart-breaking, hilarious untold story Laurel & Chaplin – The Feud (Cambridge Theatre); Dickie Beau’s acclaimed show Re-Member Me (Hampstead Theatre); and the hilarious Showstopper! The Improvised Musical (Cambridge Theatre).