Get Black Friday tickets to plays in London
Don't miss all the West End plays and Off-West End plays taking place right now — save up to 40% on tickets to dozens of plays in London through 27 November.
Enjoy the must-see plays in London this Black Friday and beyond. Get tickets to plays such as Noises Off and The Ocean at the End of the Lane, or check off that long-running play on your list, like The Play That Goes Wrong.
We've got Black Friday theatre tickets to dozens of plays with up to 50% off, so there's definitely a show for you! Scroll through our list of London plays and find the show for you. Our Black Friday theatre tickets are available from 8 November to 27 November, so you'll want to book now.
Take a look at some of the Black Friday shows in 2023!
Buckle up for an evening of non-stop laughter with this uproarious comedy by Mischief Theatre. Join a cast of well-intentioned but bumbling actors as they attempt to stage a murder mystery, only not everything goes as planned.
Prepare to be in stitches with Noises Off, the uproarious comedy that's a laugh riot from start to finish. It's a play within a play, and as the chaos unfolds behind the scenes during a production, you'll find yourself rolling with laughter.
Neil Gaiman's mesmirising story is brought to life on stage. Join Boy as he navigates the mystical and mysterious world of his past, and the enigmatic Hempstock women who live at the end of the lane.
With a cast that's seemingly incapable of getting their act together, expect a night filled with non-stop mishaps and comedic chaos. It's a side-splitting take on the beloved tale of Peter Pan, making it a must-see for anyone in need of a hearty dose of laughter and merriment!
When Josh and Alex, a married couple in an open relationship, welcome Darius into their lives for a night, an unexpected and intimate connection sparks a transformation.
Get ready for a hilarious twist on H.G. Wells' classic as a group of hapless actors hilariously navigate Dave's script dedication, Michael's time travel explanation struggles, Amy's Cher tribute, and the chaotic quest to beat the space-time paradox and survive the journey.
Meet Jay, the fresh-faced NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service temp, bringing enthusiasm and desk plants, determined to fix a broken system. Then there's Angela, a 30-year veteran in the office, unshaken by anything – until Jay's arrival. As the archaic rules wear Jay down, he pushes boundaries in a race to help patients, leading to trust fractures and a stark realization of what's truly at stake in this captivating NHS drama.
In 1995, Princess Diana's famous interview with Martin Bashir drew worldwide attention, but its legitimacy is now in question. Jonathan Maitland's gripping play delves into the backstory of the interview, unraveling the roles of the key players and the broadcasting institution. The Interview forces us to confront tough questions about truth, trust in institutions, and our control over our own stories and legacies.
As Amir watches his mother holding his grandchild, he's entranced, but a growing divide between them becomes apparent. Amir watches his wife care for their newborn, while he grapples with the challenge of being a father, a son, and a husband, determined not to repeat the past.
In modern-day Germany, siblings Nicola and Philipp unearth a 1920s Vienna painting with a dark history. As they clash over its fate, Nachtland explores family dynamics, legacy, political shifts, and hidden human impulses in a gripping satirical tale.
In the year 2023 in East London, Steven, a man striving to be good, suddenly finds himself accused by everyone around him. His wife claims infidelity, his mother labels him coercive, and his brother Barry accuses him of an unknown transgression. The mystery deepens as Barry remains silent. Or perhaps, Steven is innocent of any wrongdoing.
In a post-Dickensian London, the reformed Ebenezer Scrooge's mysterious death leads to a unique holiday investigation by none other than the legendary detective Sherlock Holmes.
Meet Mr. Kim, the dedicated owner of a Toronto convenience store. As he confronts a changing neighborhood and the cultural divide with his Canada-born children, Kim's Convenience offers a touching narrative of family and transformation, written by and starring Ins Choi.
Malachi's excited for his fresh start at university, where he's settling in, diving into books, and connecting with Kojo, a charismatic musician. But something's amiss as a recurring nightmare of drowning and an ominous underwater beast haunt him. As the line between dreams and reality blurs Malachi battles to stay afloat.
Tragedy reunites Des and Dre with new secrets and old scars. Caught between memory and reality, they must navigate the ever-shifting borders that challenge their past and future.
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