Harry Potter and Grease for £15 as theatres reduce ticket costs

Harry Potter and Grease for £15 as theatres reduce ticket costs


he Lion King, Frozen, Fairly Girl and The Ebook Of Mormon are among the many West Finish reveals participating in a two-week marketing campaign providing tickets for as little as £15, it was anounced on Monday.

Virtually 60 critically-acclaimed theatre reveals have signed as much as London Theatre Week, which goals to empower audiences to benefit from the West Finish and proceed to help stay theatre.

Returning to the marketing campaign this 12 months are basic hit reveals together with The Phantom Of The Opera, Again To The Future and Les Miserables.

Different reveals that includes embody Pricey Evan Hanson, Soiled Dancing, Harry Potter and the Cursed Baby, Jersey Boys, Magic Mike Stay!, Mamma Mia, Mary Poppins, Matilda and Grease.

New West Finish reveals together with The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe, Eureka Day, The Physician and a couple of:22 A Ghost Story additionally be part of the line-up this 12 months.


/ Dave Benett

Merritt Baer, co-founder and president of TodayTix Group, stated: “We’re past thrilled by how each audiences and West Finish reveals have responded to the creation of London Theatre Week.

“We’re ecstatic at with the ability to accomplice with such high-calibre reveals to supply compelling, reasonably priced costs on productions that really show what’s magical about stay theatre.”

Theatre followers should buy tickets for as little as £15 throughout the two-week marketing campaign which launched on Monday and runs till September 4. It comes as London’s theatres proceed their resurgance after being shut down throughout the pandemic.

In June a YouGov survey discovered that theatre ranges had virtually bounced again to their pre-Covid ranges.

When requested “Have you ever been to the theatre to see a play or musical previously three months?”, 18 per cent of individuals and 28 per cent of Londoners answered “sure”.

That’s in comparison with 20 per cent of individuals and 29 per cent of Londoners in March 2020.

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