42nd Street, Dreamgirls among best Valentine’s Day theatre ticket offers
There’s no better way to treat a loved one on Valentine’s Day than with a trip to the theatre. Whether you’re looking for romance, comedy or something a bit more serious, there’s something for everyone, and great deals on tickets to take advantage of.
42nd Street is among the best of the offers. The musical stars popstar Sheena Easton, and is about a chorus member of a Broadway musical who is forced to step in to the lead role at the very last minute. With savings of up to 36% and tickets starting from just £15, it could be the perfect steal this Valentine’s Day.
We've rounded up some of the best Valentine’s Day shows below, all with terrific deals making it easier than ever to treat your loved one to a special night they’ll remember.
A real classic Broadway show, 42nd Street is full of everything you want from a musical: a stupidly good chorus of tap dancers (headed up by the extremely talented Clare Halse), real standard from the American songbook (“We’re In The Money”, “42nd Street”, “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” performed by an excellent cast including Sheena Easton and Tom Lister.
Offer: save up to 37% and tickets from £15. Click here to buy 42nd Street tickets.
Another Broadway musical going strong in the West End is Dreamgirls. Based on the story of The Supremes and other R&B acts, it features sons like “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going”, “Listen” and “One Night Only”. It’s an iconic show with performances that will live long in the memory. You man have seen the 2006 film starring Beyoncé and Jennifer Hudson, but experiencing this show live is a real experience.
Offer: No booking fee, tickets from £15. Click here to buy Dreamgirls tickets.
School of Rock could be the perfect surprise ticket for someone who doesn’t think they’re ‘into musical theatre’. Everyone knows (and loves) the film, which starred Jack Black as a wannabe rock star who trains a group of private school kids to form a band. School of Rock comes complete with an insanely good cast of kids performing their instruments live on stage, and feels more like a good rock concert than anything.
Offer: Save up to 40%, tickets from £18. Click here to buy School of Rock tickets.
The Ferryman was regarded as the play of the year by many. It’s about an Irish family in the midst of The Troubles in the 80s, and is reunited writer Jez Butterworth and director Sam Mendes after their collaboration on the latest James Bond film Spectre. It’s hard to find a review of The Ferryman that doesn’t give the production five stars, and is pretty much guaranteed not to disappoint.
Offer: No booking fee offer, tickets from £20. Click here to buy The Ferryman tickets.
Possibly one of the most feel-good shows in London at the moment,Five Guys Named Moe is a non-stop bundle of musical joy. It’s at the custom-made Marble Arch Theatre, which includes a bespoke ‘40s cocktail bar, and big-top style stage set with tables encompassed by the stage, perfect for date night. It's about a man being cheered up after he's just been dumped, which may not sound like the most romantic story in the world, but it's full of amazing music like "Saturday Night Fish Fry", "Is You Is or Is You Ain't Ma' Baby" and "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie".
Offer: save up to 43%, ticket from £10. Click here to buy Five Guys Named Moe tickets.