Best seats for & Juliet£117 (all week) secures premium seats for & Juliet, including Stalls F16 and Royal Circle B22. Sit just one row in front or behind, for example in Stalls G21, and save up to 20% without compromising on view.
For £65-£75, the rake in the back few rows of the Royal Circle (L21) offers a decent option for a full view of the stage.
At around £60, the first few rows of the Grand Circle (C24) are excellent for catching the musical’s larger-than-life dancing and set design, although taller theatregoers should watch out for cramped legroom.
£40 & Juliet tickets are at the rear of the Grand Circle. However, the show-stopper songs hit the back walls of the Shaftesbury Theatre with ease, making seats like F15 great value. Alternatively, row B of the Stalls (B20) will land you in the centre of the action as Juliet sings her way to a happy ending.
Shakespeare’s Juliet rewrites her destinyRomeo who? Shakespearean tragedy gets a rewrite fit for a pop princess in hit jukebox musical & Juliet, currently playing at the Shaftesbury Theatre.
Set to an impressive soundtrack including Britney Spears’ “...Baby One More Time” and Backstreet Boys’ “I Want It That Way”, & Juliet follows the formerly tragic heroine as she ignores her fate, says goodbye to her short-lived romance and overbearing parents, and sets off with her friends for Paris.
Far from an iambic-pentameter catastrophe, & Juliet is an uplifting evening of massive pop anthems driving a joyful story of self-discovery. The musical first premiered in Manchester in 2019, with the eagerly awaited West End transfer announced soon after.
Schitt’s Creek’s David West Read wrote the book for & Juliet, collaborating with Grammy Award-winning producer Max Martin. Martin’s impressive catalogue of modern pop anthems - from Ariana Grande to Bon Jovi - has fast made the musical a hot ticket.
Forget dusty textbooks and star crossed lovers. With its irreverent, empowering message and larger than life characters, & Juliet tickets are perfect for anyone who just wanted Shakespeare’s heroine to get a life.
Important informationPlaying at: Shaftesbury Theatre, 210 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8DP
Performance dates: 24 Sep 2021 - 12 Feb 2022
Running time: 2 hours 30 mins (including an interval)
Age recommendation: Best for age 6+
Special notice: & Juliet contains some adult themes and language.