If you want to know how to obtain Apollo theatre tickets in London, then the best thing to do is to research and find out what show is on and when, and search websites, newspapers, magazines for tickets and offers.
The current show at the Apollo Theatre is Yes Prime Minister, this is a play based on the award winning political comedy TV show. It has been bought to the stage by the original writers in a more up to date version one would expect to see in this current day.
Jerusalem will be the play following this, which will be staged for a 14 week run
Jerusalem is a comic, contemporary vision of life in our green and pleasant land. On St George’s Day, the morning of the local county fair, Johnny Byron, local waster and modern day Pied Piper is a wanted man. The council officials want to serve him an eviction notice, his children want their dad to take them to the fair, Troy Whitworth wants to give him a serious kicking and a motley crew of mates want his ample supply of drugs and alcohol
After Jerusalem will come David Suchet in Long Days Journey into Night. Following his critically acclaimed performance in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons at the Apollo Theatre in 2010, David Suchet returns in Eugene O’Neill’s masterpiece, Long Day’s Journey into Night. Set in 1912, the story is a compelling family drama between James Tyrone (David Suchet), Mary Tyrone and their sons, Jamie and Edmund during a long summer’s day. This multi-award winning play is one of the greatest American plays written in the twentieth century.
Apollo theatre is on Shaftesbury Avenue right in the heart of the west end. The closest underground station is Piccadilly Circus, and is only a 10 minute walk to the theatre. The theatre is owned and operated by Nimax Theatres and has 775 seats over four levels.
There are many facilities in the theatre including, Stalls and Upper Circle Bars, Cloakroom, Comfort Cooling System, Sennheiser Infra-red Hearing System (headsets available on first come first served basis), Disabled booking Service and Disabled Facilities (including parking)
If you want to find tickets, try some of the official ticket booths which can be found in and around Soho, and also all the London newspapers and websites. Keep your eyes peeled for Apollo Theatre tickets London