In or near London? Want half price official tickets for London’s top theatre shows? West End Wednesdays is back for the whole of September, so it’s time to bag yourself a bargain if you can make it into town.
West End Wednesdays begins on 2 September and runs for five consecutive weeks. Half price tickets for the shows involved will go on sale at 10:00 each Wednesday at the TKTS booth in Leicester Square. Full details are available at the TKTS website, www.TKTS.co.uk.
The promotion offers theatre tickets from as little as £8.75. These tickets will only be available to buy on-the-day and in person at the official TKTS booth in Leicester Square on 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 September only.
- American Idiot at the Arts Theatre (evening performances but not 30 September)
- The Commitments at the Palace Theatre (evening performances)
- Consensual at the Ambassadors Theatre (evening performance on 30 September only)
- Dear Lupin at the Apollo Theatre (evening performances on 2, 9, 16 September only)
- Dusty at the Charing Cross Theatre (evening performances)
- Future Conditional at The Old Vic (all evening performances but matinees on 16, 23, 30 September only)
- McQueen at the Theatre Royal Haymarket (evening performances)
- Memphis The Musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre (matinee and evening performances)
- The Merchant Of Venice at the Ambassadors Theatre (matinee performance on 30 September only)
- Mouthful at the Trafalgar Studios (evening performances but not 2 September)
- Oresteia at the Trafalgar Studios (evening performances)
- The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre (evening performances)
- Sunny Afternoon at the Harold Pinter Theatre (matinee and evening performances)
- Thriller Live at the Lyric Theatre (evening performances)
- The Woman In Black at the Fortune Theatre (evening performances)
About TKTS: As a not-for-profit organisation, all profits made at TKTS are invested back into the theatre industry, supporting new audiences through development initiatives such as Kids Week, West End LIVE in association with MasterCard and Mousetrap Theatre Projects as well as offering training opportunities for young producers. In addition, the unique operation of the booth ensures that customers are given unbiased information about all the shows available to them and all ticket sales are made following the STAR (the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers) code of practice.