London Theatre Week
Returns Bigger Than Ever
This August and September
Tickets as low as from £15
LONDON THEATRE WEEK
RETURNS BIGGER THAN EVER THIS AUGUST
- ALMOST 60 WEST END, CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED SHOWS WILL BE TAKING PART WITH TICKETS FROM AS LITTLE AS £15
- LAUNCHES TODAY, AUGUST 22, WITH A 2 WEEK RUN UNTIL SEPTEMBER 4
London Theatre Week is back and bigger than ever before with almost 60 spectacular shows taking part. The annual campaign kicks off with a two-week offering of many of the best and biggest West End shows with prices as low as £15. Launching today until September 4th, this year’s London Theatre Week includes such high-calibre performances such as Disney’s Frozen, The Lion King, Pretty Woman, and The Book of Mormon.
Tickets are available from as little as £15, £25, £35, and £45, empowering more audiences to enjoy the West End and continue to support live theatre.
Returning to the campaign this year are classic hit West End shows including The Phantom of the Opera,Back to the Future, and Les Misérables. As part of the offerings this year, TodayTix Group is pleased to welcome newcomers to the West End stage to be a part of the campaign, including The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Eureka Day, The Doctor, and 2:22 A Ghost Story.
On presenting the extended campaign this year, Merritt Baer, Co-Founder and President of TodayTix Group, the global e-commerce leader for cultural experiences, said today,
“We are beyond thrilled by how both audiences and West End shows have responded to the creation of London Theatre Week. We are ecstatic at being able to partner with such high-calibre shows to offer compelling, affordable prices on productions that truly prove what’s magical about live theatre. Whether you’re looking for something that’s family-friendly, a splashy musical, or a thought-provoking play, London Theatre Week has something for everyone.”
For more information about London Theatre Week and to purchase tickets, please visit londontheatreweek.com.
The shows available include: &Juliet, A Christmas Carol, Anything Goes, Back to the Future, Bad Jews, Circus 1903, Come From Away, Dear Evan Hansen, Demon Dentist, Dirty Dancing, Eureka Day, Disney’s Frozen, Get Up Stand Up, 2:22 A Ghost Story, Grease, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Heathers, Jack Absolute Flies Again, Jersey Boys, John Gabriel Borkman, Les Miserables, Life of Pi, Magic Mike Live!, Mamma Mia, Mary Poppins, Matilda, Millennials, Much Ado About Nothing, My Fair Lady, Only Fools and Horses, The Phantom of the Opera, Pretty Woman, Punchdrunk’s The Burnt City, Sister Act, The Book of Mormon, The Doctor, The Drifters Girl, The Lion King, The Play That Goes Wrong, The Woman in Black, Tina, Tosca, Walking with Ghosts, Witness for the Prosecution, Wonderville and more.