Posted by estupido24 2012-11-15 06:19:07
Hi, going to London...
is there any way to get cheap tickets?
Posted by saisai 2012-11-15 09:33:00
I was there last month and someone from the west end board suggested this site http://theatermonkey.com/ I used it to buy tickets to Les Miserables and Dreamboats and Petticoats. There's some great deals if you have the time to look around the site. I also went to TKTS booth for One Man Two Guvenors. During the week there is practically no line.
Posted by Outoftowner2 2012-11-15 11:04:04
It's worth checking out obstructed view seats. Sometimes they're front couple of rows so you can't quite see feet once in a while but they are great seats otherwise. Great prices too.
Posted by mallardo 2012-11-15 12:48:13
Also many West End theatres do day seats - ten to twenty-five pounds, depending. I just saw The Bodyguard that way. The seats are usually in the first row and in most theatres that's fine. Turn up at the box office before it opens at ten.
Posted by estupido24 2012-11-15 13:50:03
THANK YOU ALL!!!
Posted by EricMontreal22 2012-11-15 16:32:25
And of course they have a TKTS booth in Leicester Square.
Posted by vegas2 2012-11-15 23:01:14
I believe the Donmar now holds all of the front row stalls seats for same-day purchase, but I don't know if they are discounted.
Lots of London theatres have cheap day seats.
The Royal Court has all seats priced at 10 GBP on Mondays. All seats for "The River" are day seats, available at 9 a.m. online or 10 a.m. at the box office. (But the online seats can disappear in a matter of seconds.)
The Almeida has good prices on obstructed view seats, and I understand the views are still pretty good, with just narrow pillars in the way.
Sometimes the National has seats for 10 GBP, available in advance.
Posted by jaqs 2012-11-16 09:14:49
The Donmars new scheme is some some front row (mostly sides) are on sale on mondays for £10 for 2 weeks time.