Best theatre tickets under £15 to snap up during London Theatre Week

EVERYONE loves a trip to the theatre, and we all love it even more when tickets are £15.

Thanks to London Theatre Week, revellers can get their hands on exclusively prices tickets for plenty of top West End shows.

It's good news for families too, as a number of family friendly productions are included in the promotion.

  • Get theatre tickets for £15 – click here

The exclusively priced tickets, ranging from £15, £25 or £35, are available from Times Tickets as part of London Theatre Week.

Tickets can be booked from the start of September for a viewing this autumn.

All tickets will need to be booked by September 5, so don't hang about if you fancy getting your hands on these great value tickets.

If you're looking for a mid-week date night, or want to treat the kids this half term, this is the perfect time to book.

Not sure where to start? We've listed out our top picks below with tickets priced from £15.

You can also see all shows with exclusively priced tickets during London Theatre Week here.

  • Hairspray – (Valid from Monday to Sunday until 23 Sep) – book here
  • Prince of Egypt (Valid on all performances from 6 Sep – 9 Oct) – book here
  • & Juliet (Valid Monday to Friday 27 September – 21 October) – book here
  • Anything Goes – (Valid from 17 September – 17 October, excludes Thursday/Saturday matinees) – book here
  • Life of Pi (Valid Monday to Friday 15 November to 17 December) – book here
  • Woman in Black (Valid 7 December to 16 December but restrictions will apply on weekends) -book here
  • Heathers (Valid on 27, 31 August and 2 -7 September, restrictions may apply on timings) – book here
  • Shark is Broken (Valid Monday – Sunday 9 October – 24 December, excluding 19 October) – book here
  • Amelie (Valid on all performances from 24 August – 25 September) – book here

You can book all London Theatre Week tickets through Times Tickets here.

Enjoyed reading about how to get £15 theatre tickets? Read more about the 10 best theatre shows to open in 2021 here.

Andrew Lloyd Webber closes West End production of Cinderella after cast member tests positive for Covid.

Read more about theatre ticket deals and new productions on The Sun here.

If you click on a link in this story we will earn affiliate revenue.

    Source: Read Full Article