Black Friday is the best time of year to book your West End theatre tickets at exclusive prices. Get tickets to West End shows from just £25, and see some of the biggest Off-West End shows in London.
As well as West End shows such as Come From Away and The Play That Goes Wrong, there’s also Off-West End shows you can enjoy. Take a trip back in time to the 1920s and see The Great Gatsby, or how about festive treats like The Book of Dust - La Belle Sauvage and Circus 1903?
Our Black Friday theatre tickets are available for a limited time, so book now and don’t miss out on the best tickets of the year.
Check out all the Off-West End Black Friday theatre tickets below, and book Black Friday theatre tickets on London Theatre today.
Don’t miss the 10th anniversary of The Curious Incident of the Dog-in the Night Time, kicking off its national tour at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre. Curious Incident follows Christopher Boone on a journey that’ll change his life — now change your life with theatre tickets.
You may not be able to be a cheer champion like the Bring It On cheerleaders, but you can be a theatre champion with Bring It On tickets. See the London premiere this Christmas, featuring Olympic gymnast Louis Smith and Love Island winner and 9 to 5 star Amber Davies and Louis Smith.
If you saw His Dark Materials at the National Theatre, then you’ll need to see the prequel play, The Book of Dust - La Belle Sauvage at the Bridge Theatre. Set 12 years before His Dark Materials, the new play follows a couple who go on the run to protect Lyra Belacqua.
The roaring twenties takes over London at The Great Gatsby, and you’re invited to meet Jay Gatsby at his soiree. Dance the night away and discover more about West Egg, old sport with tickets to this immersive hit.
Fresh from a worldwide tour, La Clique returns for a sparkling Christmas season at Leicester Square Spiegeltent. This year’s cabaret bonanza features a variety of new acts that are guaranteed to intrigue and wow audiences.
See acrobats soar across the stage at Circus 1903, a variety show taking audiences back to the Golden Age of circus entertainment. As well as death-defying stunts that beggar belief, there’s cute elephant puppets you’ll wish you could take home.
Young Jean Lee’s play toys at the father/son narrative, shining a light on the impact of white masculinity and fragility in today’s world. Straight White Men makes its European premiere at Southwark Playhouse, featuring an all-star cast including Charlie Condou.
Based on the novel and movie of the same name, Indecent Proposal has now been adapted into the musical. Join Jonny and Rebecca as they put their lives on the line, all for the promise of a million dollars.
Patrick Marber directs Alan Bennett’s raucous comedy Habeas Corpus, which is being revived at the Menier Chocolate Factory. Habeas Corpus follows a family as their collective lust grows out of control, and you’ll be laughing with them.
The English National Ballet have created a new version of Raymonda, a stunning ballet set during the Crimean War. Combining classical ballet with a contemporary reinvention, Raymonda now centres on a heroine that’s in charge of her own destiny.