Who doesn't love a bargain? Nowadays, going to the theatre can be an expensive business, so what tickets stuff for sale London has to offer?
Offers and discounts are around so it's a good idea to sign up for news letters to hear about the latest shows and any sales on tickets. Most new shows have discounted tickets on preview dates before the official opening, other shows are long running and have long term offers or perhaps a show isn't selling so well and a special offer comes along to boost sales. That doesn't mean the show isn't any good - the competition is tough for new plays especially and sometimes an event just don't get enough publicity.
Two long running musicals currently with great tickets for sale are Blood Brothers and We Will Rock You. Blood Brothers tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with tragic consequences. The incredible score includes Bright New Day, Marilyn Monroe and the emotionally charged hit Tell Me It’s Not True. Now commonly regarded as one of the all time great British musicals, Blood Brothers has touched the hearts and minds of a generation of theatregoers in dealing with two of the most pressing social issues of our time - inequality and unemployment.
We Will Rock You is another favouite with theatre goers from around the world and recently won the publically voted Olivier Award for best musical. Legendary band Queen, fronted by the dynamic Freddie Mercury before his death in 1991, have been making music together since the 70’s and have now joined forces with writer Ben Elton to bring their unique sound to theatreland for a smash hit musical set in the future.
At the Duchess Theatre is the play Ecstasy written by Mike Leigh. It is the first time he has revisited a play that was first performed in 1977. The play was so successful at the small Hampstead Theatre that it transferred to the West End allowing for a larger audience to see the play. Every performance has a hundred tickets on sale at the price of the seats from the Hampstead theatre to give those who tried to see the play there a chance to go at the same price.
Already selling well is the new play of old favourite Pygmalion coming to the Garrick Theatre. Official opening night is 25th May but with previews from 12th May, it is a chance to see what all the fuss about catching Rupert Everett, Kara Tointon and Dame Diana Rigg on stage at a reduced price on tickets.
It is not only theatre tickets that are on sale. Take advantage of the London Eye ticket sale this summer with adults and children's tickets reduced allowing the whole family to enjoy a unique London experience.
So keep checking what is on and take advantage of tickets stuff for sale London
has to offer.