All the Off-West End Black Friday theatre tickets
Get tickets to Off-West End shows in London today, and save money on tickets to experience an exciting new play, musical, concert, or immersive experience.
Black Friday is the best time of year to book your Off-West End theatre tickets at exclusive prices through 27 November. Get up to 40% off on tickets to Off-West End shows, and see some of the biggest Off-West End shows in London. In addition to West End shows like The Book of Mormon and The Time Traveller's Wife, there's also Off-West End shows you can enjoy. Watch Jenna Russell in Flowers For Mrs Harris, or see the return to London of Everybody's Talking About Jamie at Peacock Theatre.
Take a look at all the Off-West End Black Friday shows in 2023!
Want to see why everybody's talking about Jamie? Watch as Jamie steps into the spotlight as he follows his dreams of wearing a dress to his high school prom.
See Tim Burton character to life on stage through mesmirising choreography in Matthew Bourne's dance production.
Walk through the air with this timeless holiday classic, back for its 26th year, on this magical Christmas adventure.
Olivier Award-winning Jenna Russell stars as Ada Harris as she falls in love with a Dior dress and embarks on a journey from the cobbled streets of London to the enchanting avenues of Paris.
See the breathtaking Icon Strings perform some of the world's greatest musical theatre songs in a tranquil setting.
Watch as manipulative step-siblings Sebastian and Kathryn make a dangerous bet to destroy an innocent girl and wreak havoc at their elite Manhattan high school, leading to unexpected consequences.
You've seen Cinderella before, but never like this. Don't miss the naughtiest panto of the holiday season.
Travel to Havana and Manhattan all in one night with this immersive production of the timeless musical Guys & Dolls.
Tony Award-winner Patrick Marber directs this dark satire about the rise of the new right set in modern day Germany.
Join a hapless group of actors as they embark upon a journey of a lifetime in this comical adaptation of H. G. Wells' classic story.
Will the mysterious genie be the answer to all of Aladdin's wishes? See Aladdin this holiday season to find out.
Don't miss the wildest off-West end musical follows cowboy Bronco Billy and his travelling show.
Deep-dive into the boundless mind of a young Black queer man wrestling with anxiety as he keeps having the same nightmare in this new drama.
Follow three men as they come to terms with their individual definitions of love, loyalty, and trust.
The year is 1999 and a jaded pop star finds himself facing a choice between jail time or rehab in this new musical comedy.
The unlikely combination of true crime and punk rock are combined in this musical based on real events.
Tragedy brings Des and Dre back together in this fierce romance as the pair struggle to navigate through old scars.
A powerful and thought-provoking new play that dives into Princess Diana's interview with the BBC in 1995.
Sleepless nights, relentless crying, and hushed arguments takes its toll on new father Amir as this new play explores the challenges of being a parent.
Remember, remember the fifth of November. Discover a fresh take on the notorious 1605 gunpowder plot in this unmissable musical drama.
Enter the grand estate of Manderley, where the memory of Maxim de Winter's first wife, Rebecca, casts a haunting shadow over the new Mrs. de Winter.
A brand new, adults only pantomime in this hilarious adaptation of Sleeping Beauty, set to sensational songs and filled with big laughs.
See this hilarious and heartwarming ode to generations of immigrants who have made Canada their home in this award-winning play about a famil-run Korean store.
Steven has always tried to be a good person but suddenly everyone starts accusing him of things. See this gripping story of memory, manipulation, and power.
Jay is new and optimistic, but Angela has seen it all. A thought-provoking look into the hard truths of our cumbling NHS mental health services.
Carlie's had tumultuous year and a gift from her innapropriate, drunk uncle will make this Christmas anything but normal.
Garry Starr defies his critics by performing every style of theatre one could imagine in this uproariously funny one-man show.
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