Top Theatre Deals for our Bank Holiday Bonanza
Deals, deals, deals! With up to 50% off a selection of West End theatre tickets in our Bank Holiday Bonanza, these theatre deals are guaranteed to make you smile. With discounted tickets for a short time only, treat yourself as the colder months draw in.
Bank Holiday Monday deals
The Book of Mormon
What happens when two Elders are sent on a mission to Uganda to spread their religion? From the creators of South Park comes The Book of Mormon, the outrageously funny multi-Olivier Award-winning production which has entertained audiences at the Prince of Wales Theatre since 2013. Tying religion, consumerism and plenty of laugh-out-loud moments, it’s one of the hottest tickets in town! Book by 9th September and pay no booking fee!
Enjoy an exclusive upgrade to see The Mousetrap at St. Martin’s Theatre, currently the world’s longest-running production. When five guests turn up at a country hotel to find themselves interrogated by police, will they discover the murderer who lurks amongst them? With audiences encouraged to keep the secret, there’s only one way you’ll find out what happens…
Heartbeat of Home
From the producers of Riverdance comes Heartbeat of Home, a music and dance extravaganza coming to the Piccadilly Theatre later this year. Offering audiences the chance to see a spine-tingling tour de force through dance styles from all continents, feel the heartbeat of dance pulsate throughout the show in an uplifting, energising show. Save up to 49% on tickets for September performances and get ready to move all night long!
The Worst Witch
You’ve read the books and seen the television show, now experience The Worst Witch on stage at the Vaudeville Theatre this summer. As the accident-prone Mildred Hubble and her fellow pupils start their final year at Miss Cackle’s Academy for Witches, will they be able to take on the whole world in an adventure that’s larger than life? Buy your tickets now and save up to 50% on this spooky, spell-binding delight.
Pay no booking fee on tickets and get ready to “live forever” in the West End and see the 30th anniversary of the iconic musical at the Peacock Theatre. Following young students who begin their acting journeys at New York High School of Performing Arts, those who survive in this cut-throat industry quickly realise the hard work it takes to become a star.