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With hundreds of West End and Off-West End shows playing in London every night, it can be difficult to decide what to see. But if you're looking for the best deals on London theatre tickets, then there's plenty of affordable tickets out there. Check out some of the best value theatre tickets right now, and experience the magic of live theatre without breaking the bank.
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Mischief managed. Raise your wands and experience the Hogwarts magic in the heart of the West End. Told in two parts, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the first official Harry Potter story to be told on stage. Set 19 years after Harry left Hogwarts, join the Gryffindors, Hufflepuffs, Ravenclaws, and Slytherins as they journey on a mind-blowing race through time at the infamous school of witchcraft and wizardry. There’s spells. There’s potions. There’s epic battles. But there’s also secrets. And the only way you can uncover the secrets is by seeing the show for yourself.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets start from £15. Book Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets on London Theatre.
This show is automatic, this show is systematic, why it’s Grease. Join the Burger Palace Boys and the Pink Ladies as they navigate all the teen troubles in their final year of high school. There's romance. There's rocky relationships. And there's plenty of dancing. At the centre is Danny Zuko and Sandy Dumbrowski, two summer lovers who end up at the same high school. When they’re faced with each other, will they go together like rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong?
When Grease came to the West End in 2022, we said it’s a “fitfully gritty take on the beloved musical still gives you chills”. For this year’s production, Louise Redknapp takes on the Teen Angel wings.
Grease tickets start from £15. Book Grease tickets on London Theatre.
Discover how Anna Mae Bullock, a Nutbush kid with big dreams, became the queen of rock and roll in the electrifying Tina Turner musical. The musical tells her personal stories sacrifices to become the vocal superstar we know and love today, all with the concert atmopshere. Hear all of her greatest hits like “Better Be Good to Me,” “Proud Mary,” “Private Dancer,” and “River Deep Mountain High.”
Tina: The Tina Turner Musical tickets start from £15. Book Tina: The Tina Turner Musical tickets on London Theatre.
Where you’re going (to the theatre), you won’t need roads. Turn the ignition and hit 88 miles per hour in the sci-fi musical of the century. Join teenager Marty McFly in 1985, who is caught up in a time-travelling accident to 1955 along with experimental scientist Doc Brown. In order to get back to reality, he must make sure his parents fall in love — the rest is history. The faithful film-to-stage adaptation includes all the movie hits like “Johnny B. Goode,” as well as original music and out of this world lighting. Think you know the power of love? Think again.
Back to the Future: The Musical tickets start from £25. Book Back to the Future: The Musical tickets on London Theatre.
Feel like the king of New York at Newsies. Based on the paperboy strike of 1899, follow the youngsters as they strike, fight, and do all it takes to get better pay. Jack Kelly leads the Manhattan workers to go against Joseph Pulitzer, but will their risks pay off? Newsies isn't all about the story though — Matt Cole directs and choreographs spectacular routines, with dancers spinning, soaring and leaping through the air. In our review, we said the show boasts the best dancing in town, with "an astonishing mix of styles to convey the toughness of the newsies, but also their youthful enthusiasm: they’re still just kids at heart. Jump rope and leapfrog meet one-handed cartwheels, split leaps, jetés, breakdance moves like whirling windmills, even cheerleading stunts." Whether you're sitting in the Bronx, Flushing, Richmond, Woodside, Brooklyn, or Manhattan, you'll feel a part of the action.
Newsies tickets start from £25. Book Newsies tickets on London Theatre.
Join SpongeBob Squarepants and all his Bikini Bottom friends as they do all it takes to save their undersea world. It's not all cartoon chaos though. There's a upbeat pop score, with songs by Sara Bareilles, Lady A, Cyndi Lauper, John Legend, Panic! At the Disco, the Plain White T’s, and David Bowie.
Spongebob has already wowed Broadway audiences, with a New York Theatre Guide review saying: "It is a rare feat to effectively translate style and comedy from one genre to another. Tina Landau, the conceiver and director, succeeds marvelously. She leaves no shell unturned." Pack your suncream, sunglasses and swimming costume for a visit to the pineapple under the sea.
The Spongebob Musical tickets start from £15. Book The Spongebob Musical tickets on London Theatre.
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