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  • Theatre lovers who use either a credit or debit Mastercard can register at Priceless London to get early access to £10-£50 tickets for over 50 West End shows. Tickets are for London performances throughout Jan and Feb 2022. Shows include Aladdin, Back To The Future and Disney's Frozen – see 'More Info' for a full list.

    The tickets include matinée and evening performances, and some weekends. We expect the cheapest tickets to go fast, so go quick if this is something you're interested in.

    Once you've registered, you'll be able to book tickets online via the link above from 10am on Tue 23 Nov. As this is a Mastercard pre-sale, you'll need to pay with a Mastercard to get the discounted tickets. 

    What if you don't have a Mastercard?

    The discounted tickets will be available for everyone from 10am on Tue 7 Dec at Official London Theatre New Year Sale.

    Which performances can you get the deal on?

    There are 150,000 tickets available which are spread randomly across all dates and shows. Tickets for specific performances are subject to availability and limited per performance – so it could be pot luck finding the show you want on a particular date. Some shows exclude weekends – see T&Cs and exclusions below.

    Not all shows will offer tickets at the lowest price point of £10, and the cheaper tickets for the more popular shows are likely to go very quickly. 

    Seats are discounted based on their price tier, so the amount of saving on the normal price will vary per show and per seat. £10 tickets will usually be the cheapest normal-priced seats in the theatre, and £50 tickets will be the top-priced (non-premium) seats.

    If you're coming to London for the day, check out MSE's Cheap Train & Coach Deals to save on your journey, and see our 40 London MoneySaving tips.

    • List of participating shows:

      • & Juliet
      • 2:22 A Ghost Story
      • Aladdin
      • Back To The Future – The Musical
      • Bring It On: The Musical
      • Broken Wings
      • A Christmas Carol (The Old Vic)
      • A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story (Alexandra Palace)
      • The Choir Of Man
      • Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cinderella
      • Cinderella: The Awesome Truth
      • Circus 1903
      • Come From Away
      • Could It Be Magic? 
      • The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time
      • David Suchet: Poirot & More, A Retrospective
      • Dear Evan Hansen
      • Doctor Who: Time Fracture
      • The Drifters Girl
      • Disney's Frozen
      • Gangsta Granny
      • Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical
      • The Great Gatsby
      • Habeas Corpus
      • Heathers The Musical
      • Hex (available to book from 7 Dec only)
      • Jersey Boys
      • Life Of Pi
      • Disney's The Lion King
      • Magic Goes Wrong
      • Magic Mike Live
      • Mamma Mia!
      • Mary Poppins
      • Matilda The Musical
      • Les Misérables
      • The Mousetrap 
      • A Number
      • Matthew Bourne's Nutcracker!
      • The Ocean At The End Of The Lane
      • Only Fools And Horses The Musical
      • Operation Ouch Live On Stage!
      • The Phantom Of The Opera
      • The Play That Goes Wrong
      • Potted Panto
      • Pride And Prejudice* (*sort of)
      • The Prince Of Egypt 
      • Raymonda
      • Running With Lions
      • Saturday Night Fever
      • The Shark Is Broken
      • Showstopper! The Improvised Musical
      • Six
      • The Snowman
      • Tina – The Tina Turner Musical
      • Trouble In Mind (available to book from 7 Dec only)
      • Vanya And Sonia And Masha And Spike
      • Wicked
      • Witness For The Prosecution
      • The Woman In Black 

      A maximum of 10 tickets can be booked per show per cardholder and there’s no limit to the number of performances you can get tickets for. Tickets are non-refundable but Official London Theatre says exchanges will be possible where appropriate. Seat allocations will be visible during the booking process. Shows may increase their allocation of tickets at any time and more shows may be added during the booking period.

      There are no booking fees and you can either print your e-tickets at home or you can collect them from the box office on the day of the performance.

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  • 50% off London theatre tickets when adults & kids go together

    50% off London theatre tickets when adults & kids go together

    Big discount on 20+ shows, eg, Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Billionaire Boy


    After a year off due to the pandemic, the Kids Week theatre promotion is back for 2021. You can get 50% off tickets for 20+ London theatre shows throughout August when adults and kids go together. The offer launched with 30+ shows on 30 June, and while several popular shows have sold out, Kids Week says 100,000 tickets are still available, but you'll need to go quick.

    Booking is open online at Official London Theatre.

    Who can get 50% off tickets?

    Kids Week is designed to encourage families to make trips to the theatre, and the offer runs the entire month of August, so it isn't really a 'Week' despite the name.

    As long as there are no more than eight in your group you all get 50% off if you meet this criteria:

    • Each adult must be accompanied by at least one kid aged 17 or under. So two adults require at least two kids, etc.
    • However, you can have more kids than adults in the group. It's a max four kids if there's one adult, though you can have more kids if there are more adults, subject to the overall group max size of eight.

    You can make a saving of up to £40 per ticket, depending which show and seats you select. In previous years, the offer has been a kid goes 'free' with a full paying adult, and while this year it's 50% off all tickets, you're essentially getting the same deal in terms of what you pay. What's particularly good is there are no booking or postage fees.

    Which performances can I get the deal on?

    • When we checked, shows with tickets still available included Billionaire Boy, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Phantom of the Opera – see the full list of shows. Kids Week says there are "thousands of tickets available", and although you can technically book until Tue 31 Aug for some shows, seats for the most popular performances get snapped up quickly.

    • The deal won't be available for every performance of every show – some exclude their most popular performances. Kids Week says some Friday and weekend performances will be available – you'll be able to see full availability when booking opens, as well as which seats you can select during the booking process.

    • Tickets are distributed randomly across all dates, shows and seat prices, so it helps to be a little flexible in your choice. If you can't find the tickets you want, it's worth checking back at a later date as in past years we've seen some shows increase their allocation of tickets later into the promotion.

    What are my refund rights?

    Kids Week says if the performance you book is affected by a coronavirus-related postponement or cancellation, you'll be contacted with the option to exchange your tickets for a future date, a voucher, or to get a refund.

    If you're unable to attend the performance you've booked because you've had a positive coronavirus test, or must isolate because you've been in contact with someone who has, you can exchange your ticket for a future performance providing it's no less than 24 hours before the performance start time. You aren't normally entitled to a refund if you've just changed your mind.

  • How to watch cheap & free theatre from home

    How to watch cheap & free theatre from home

    Incl the filmed version of Hamilton


    Live entertainment is on hiatus while the UK is in lockdown, yet the show must go on, and what's emerged in its place is pioneering, exciting and a dang sight cheaper. Our cheap theatre tickets guide covers where to see the filmed version of Hamilton, live-streamed shows from London's Southbank Centre, free pre-recorded Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals, immersive app-based audio shows, free audio play podcasts and heaps more.

    If you're celebrating Valentine's Day, a night of theatre with your fave on your own sofa could be just the ticket. It's a lot like the real thing, minus the overpriced wine, the crisp packet rustlers and the back-of-a-head blocking your view.

    See our almighty Cheap theatre tickets guide.