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Sunday 16 January 2011
If you want to book late theatre tickets in London for your favourite show, or one that you think you are likely to miss, it’s quite easy. Even at the last minute you can find seats at discounted prices even for evening shows on the weekend. The best way to find the top deals is to get onto the internet and look for special offers for the shows you want to see.
Shopping for tickets online these days is becoming the norm. Secure online web-based agencies can find tickets for just about any musical or play that you want to see. Seats need to be filled so you can get deals on unpopular nights like Monday and for matinees where the shows are adult focused. Check out which shows are coming off and transferring to other venues as this is the time when spare tickets become available and they are heavily discounted.
You can get last minute tickets for some of the top shows like The Lion King and Phantom of the Opera which are still going strong, just like Billy Elliott, which everyone must see. Some of these shows have last minute offers of up to 40%-50% off on the full price especially for the matinees throughout the week. You can see some of the top plays like 39 Steps and for An Ideal Husband by just logging on and taking advantage of their excess tickets, even for today or tomorrow.
Even when you book at a late stage online, you can get your tickets confirmed on the spot, they are reserved for you. You cannot be disappointed as your seat is secure and all you have to do is arrive on time. All extra costs are included so there are no surprises. You can even get a block booking for a group and have a great night out at a play or a musical show and go for a meal afterwards. Don’t assume that the best shows are all sold out – there are always last minute deals available. So if you need late theatre tickets in London
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