Black Friday is here, and while you could get your elbows our and battle in the shops for the latest high street offers, LondonTheatre.co.uk is bringing Black Friday to you with offers, upgrades and discount on over 60 West End and fringe theatre shows.
Whether you’re looking for a pre-Christmas outing, or preparing for that time of the year by making savings on presents for loved ones, Black Friday is the perfect opportunity to stay ahead of the game and save on your theatre trips. Below are some of our top picks of the bunch, but you can browse all Black Friday theatre ticket deals and offers now.
Black Friday is a great way to catch up with some of the year’s biggest West End openings, and save some money at the same time. Come From Away, the Olivier Award-winning musical, and & Juliet, the Max Martin pop musical, both have no booking fee offers, while you can save up to 35% on tickets for the hit Broadway transfer Waitress.
There’s also a chance to catch some of the biggest plays of the year, such as this year’s hilarious revival of Michael Frayn’s Noises Off(save up to 35%), or The Man in the White Suitstarring Stephan Mangan and Kara Tointon (save up to 50%).
2020 is already shaping up to be a great year for theatre, and future you would thank you for booking on Black Friday. Alan Cumming and Daniel Radcliffe star in Samuel Beckett’s Endgameat the Old Vic (save up to 50%), Jennifer Saunders will return to the West End in Blithe Spirit(save over 15%), and Toby Jones and Richard Armitage are set to star alongside each other in a revival of Uncle Vanya(no booking fee).
There are also offers on musicals set to open in London, such as the return of Bob Dylan musical Girl from the North Country (save over 15%), Jason Manford stars in Kander and Ebb’s musical murder mystery Curtains (save over 40%), and the stage adaptation of Amelie comes to The Other Palace (save up to 25%).