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Cheap theatre tickets in March | What’s on sale and where?

Are you looking for a cheap theatre trip to while away the cold winter nights? Look no further than our guide to the best theatre discounts in London and beyond.

Theatre tickets might be a cracking Christmas present for your culturally savvy loved ones, but if you were scared off by some sky-high prices in December, plenty of sites are selling their leftovers for cheap right now. We’ve scoured the web from the Royal Circle to the Stalls for some of the hottest deals this January, so get on them before they’re gone!


TodayTix seems to be continuing their oh-so-helpful habit of selling off discounted theatre tickets across London in 2023, with plenty of big shows getting the Rush or Lottery ticket treatment. Rush tickets are usually released at 10am on the same day as a performance and are a great way to see, for example, Aaron Sorkin’s To Kill A Mockingbird adaptation for just £25. The Lottery is a bit more of, well, a lottery, but it is probably the only way you’ll get decent seats for shows like Hamilton or Harry Potter and the Cursed Child without spending an arm and a leg.

There are a bunch of different offers for London shows here right now, alongside a ‘last minute’ section not unlike the rush tickets TodayTix offers. Shows with their prices slashed at the moment include:

Bat Out Of Hell

Dirty Dancing

The War Of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience

Les Misérables 

Marjorie Prime

Pretty Woman: The Musical


Shirley Valentine

The Choir of Man

The Dry House

The Pillowman

A few more West End shows are available here. Cheap theatre ahoy!

The Lion King

Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story On Stage


Back to the Future: The Musical

The Book of Mormon

Tina: The Tina Turner Musical

To Kill a Mockingbird

Matilda the Musical

Bonnie and Clyde


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Punchdrunk: The Burnt City



ATG Tickets

No London-centrism here, but this might be the place to go for anyone looking for tickets outside the capital. There’s a big January sale on every year, which covers cities across the UK and in 2023 covered shows from The Shawshank Redemption to The Mousetrap. Cancel that booking for the London Bridge Premier Inn, and see some (relatively) local theatre instead.

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