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London Theatre Week

London Theatre Week is an industry-wide event celebrating the best of the West End for less. It was created in collaboration with TodayTix and leading theatre producers to help audiences access top shows at affordable prices. It began in 2019 and now runs twice a year, in winter and summer.

During the promotion, tickets for a huge variety of shows in London are available at £15, £25, £35 and £45.

When is London Theatre Week 2023?

Dates for this year are to be confirmed, but it is expected to return in late February. The promotion ran twice last year, between 21 February - 6 March and 22 August - 4 September.

The Best of London Theatre Week 2022

London Theatre Week is not currently active but for a taste of the amazing prices available check our pick of the best shows included last year below. If you want to book London theatre tickets right now, there are some fantastic prices for West End shows all year round on our London Theatre Discounts page.
The Phantom of the Opera London
The Phantom of the Opera London

The Phantom of the Opera

This hugely popular show is very rarely discounted so exclusive prices were snapped up quickly, including desirable Stalls seats for £55 and other seats across the auditorium for £35 and £45.

Playing for over 30 years, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s timeless musical masterpiece is an icon of the West End, with music that will send a chill down your spine.
from £26.80
2268 seat views
Les Misérables London
Les Misérables London

Les Misérables

Deals on Les Mis tickets are hard to come by because this in-demand show sells well at the box office. Prices during last year's event were a special opportunity to see this West End classic in great seats, for less than £50. Many tickets were available at £35 and £45.

This incredible story of love, redemption and revolution is the world’s longest running musical and a must-see in London.
from £23.80
2630 seat views
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child London
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child London

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

To see both parts of this magical play you need to buy two tickets, so these prices made it a more affordable experience with tickets available at £15 and £25.

Return to the Wizarding World for another spell-binding adventure with Harry and his son, Albus, full of incredible stage effects that will make you believe in magic.
1780 seat views
The Lion King London
The Lion King London

The Lion King

Seats below £50 at The Lion King are usually in the back of the Grand Circle. Exclusive prices meant theatregoers could get closer to the action for less with seats across the auditorium available at £25, £35 and £45.

Disney's epic stage adaptation of the beloved film features breath-taking puppetry which transports audiences to the plains of the Serengeti.
from £29.80
1840 seat views
The Book of Mormon London
The Book of Mormon London

The Book of Mormon

This is another popular West End musical that you can usually expect to pay box office prices for, so ticket prices of £25, £35 and £45 during last year's promotion had us laughing with joy before we’d even entered the theatre.

The creators of South Park lend their controversial comedy skills to this acclaimed musical, packed full of satire, songs and shocks.
from £23.80
2441 seat views

What Shows Are Included in London Theatre Week?

The promotion works closely with the West End’s top producers to feature a wide selection of plays, musicals and comedies. Last year, it celebrated its biggest multi-show event yet with over 50 shows included.

As more theatregoers make the most of this accessible and affordable promotion, the list of participating shows has expanded to include must-see musicals such as Les Misérables, Matilda, Frozen and The Phantom of the Opera.

Even more West End favourites are expected to join in 2023, making it the perfect time to book something you’ve been desperate to see at an amazing price.

How Much Are London Theatre Week Tickets?

Tickets are available on SeatPlan from £15, £25, £35 and £45. Some very desirable musicals have seats for £55 as well, and these are always the best available prices at the time of the promotion. Sometimes they’re even the best prices you’ll find all year.

When Does London Theatre Week End?

London Theatre Week extended by an extra week due to popular demand last year, so it can last for up to three weeks. There is no news of an extension for this year's event at the moment, so make sure to check prices and book as soon as possible when tickets go live.
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