All the West End Black Friday Theatre Tickets
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 West End shows in town.
Book tickets for popular West End musicals like Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, & Juliet, The Book of Mormon, and Come From Away. Maybe you’re looking for a comedy play like Magic Goes Wrong, or tickets to see a classic play like The Mousetrap.
We’ve got Black Friday theatre tickets to over 35 shows, so there’s definitely a show for you! Our Black Friday theatre tickets are available for a limited time, so you’ll want to book now. Don’t miss out!
Check out all the West End Black Friday theatre tickets below, and book Black Friday theatre tickets on London Theatre today.
Tina: The Tina Turner Musical is simply the best West End musical around! Listen to Tina Turner’s greatest hits in this celebratory musical, championing the Queen of Rock and Roll.
Become the West End’s dancing queen at Mamma Mia!, the upbeat ABBA musical that’s been entertaining London audiences for over 20 years.
March two by two to the Prince of Wales Theatre to see The Book of Mormon. The hit musical has reopened in the West End with new changes, so be the first to see an updated version of The Book of Mormon. This show will change your life.
Head to the Rock for an unforgettable theatre trip. See the Olivier Award-winning musical Come From Away, filled with inspirational characters and memorable moments.
Visit the West End’s newest theatre, the Trafalgar Theatre, to see Jersey Boys back in London. The hit jukebox musical tells the stories of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, set to a soundtrack of upbeat hits such as “Sherry” and “Oh, What A Night.” Just don’t be “Beggin’” for these tickets.
The iconic BBC sitcom Only Fools and Horses is now a hit musical, playing at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. See the Trotters back in action with new storylines and plenty of iconic moments from the TV show thrown in.
Mischief Theatre continue to pull pranks in their debut play The Play That Goes Wrong, which sees a group of amateur actors try to put on their annual show. Chaos ensues in this play, where two wrongs actually make a right.
When you believe in Black Friday, you can book The Prince of Egypt tickets. See the epic musical at the Dominion Theatre before it closes in the New Year.
Agatha Christie's whodunit is ingrained in the fabric of London's West End. Try and solve The Mousetrap, the iconic murder mystery for yourself and be let in on all the secrets.
After a world premiere in Sheffield, Life of Pi now sails into the Wyndham’s Theatre. Join Pi as he navigates a shipwreck for his survival, and the survival of a group of animals.
Shakespeare’s famous love story Romeo & Juliet is remixed for the 21st century. Juliet lives and heads to Paris for a party to remember, set to pop songs by Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys. We want it that way!
Neil Gaiman’s critically-acclaimed novel is brought to life at the Duke of York’s Theatre. The fantasy play sees a 12-year-old boy and his friend transported back in time to defeat otherworldly beings.
And for their next trick, Mischief Theatre works with legendary magicians Penn & Teller for a dazzling play. See a gaggle of entertainers try to raise money for charity with some unexpected mishaps.
The Royal Shakespeare Company is back at the Barbican! Don’t miss this year’s offering, The Comedy of Errors, a riotous play with mistaken identities and love stories aplenty.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that you need to see the Bennet girls take over the West End in Pride & Prejudice* (*sort of), especially as the Jane Austen story has been turned on its head with a modern twist.
Heathers is back at The Other Palace. How very. Step into the candy store once more with Heathers tickets and get ready for a night of “Big Fun.”
Wished you could go behind the scenes of a movie? Now you can! Discover what happened when filming Jaws in The Shark is Broken, co-created by Joseph Nixon and Ian Shaw, son of Jaws star Robert Shaw.
Get ready for a pub concert like no other. Listen to the delightful harmonies and kind messages in The Choir of Man. There’s a working bar on stage too, so pour a pint and settle in for a pub concert.
Agatha Christie’s courtroom drama places the audience at the heart of a court case. Decide if Leonard Vole walks away innocent, or is subjected to a life behind bars.
Listen to the Olivier Award-winning actor David Suchet recount his greatest memories on stage and Poirot secrets in a limited run of shows. If you’ve got a burning question for Suchet, now’s the time to ask him.
Peppa Pig is heading out on a roadtrip with her family, and you’re invited too! Join Peppa and her closest friends for an hour of family-friendly fun.
Ever wondered why we work and behave the way we do? Join TV’s favourite doctors Dr Chris, Dr Xand and Dr Ronx as they explore the inner workings of the human body.