All the Black Friday Theatre Tickets on TodayTix
Black Friday 2021 is here, and it’s time to shine a spotlight on theatre tickets!. Take advantage of exclusive prices on theatre tickets for West End shows on TodayTix, making sure you get the best deals around.
We’ve got Black Friday theatre tickets to over 35 shows, including the biggest London shows to see right now. Theatre tickets make a great stocking filler too, or you can treat someone special with tickets to a show you’ll love together.
Check out all the Black Friday theatre tickets you can book now on TodayTix. These prices won’t last long though, so book now at the best prices to avoid missing out. Go on and treat yourself. It’s Black Friday after all.
From Nutbush, Tennessee, to global superstar, join Tina Turner on her rise to superstardom and becoming the Queen of Rock and Roll. Tina: The Tina Turner Musical features all her greatest hits, including “Proud Mary” and “River Deep Mountain High.”
Say hello to the happiest Mormons in The Book of Mormon, the rip roaringly funny musical by South Park creators Matt Parker and Trey Stone, and be converted to a life of musical theatre. Tomorrow is a latter day after all, so secure The Book of Mormon tickets now.
Inspired by the lives of 7,000 plane passengers and a Canadian community that welcomed the “come from aways,” experience the uplifting musical Come From Away in London today. You’ll never want to leave the rock.
If you’ve ever wondered what would happen to Juliet if she didn’t die in Romeo & Juliet, this is the show for you. See Juliet on a pop-fuelled journey to discovering her true self, set to songs by Ariana Grande and Katy Perry.
See that show and watch that scene at Mamma Mia!, the feel-good musical featuring ABBA’s greatest hits. If you’ve ever watched the Mamma Mia! films, then why not experience the fun on stage too?
Witness The Prince of Egypt, a musical of biblical proportions that’s taken over the West End. The hit DreamWorks Animation film is now on stage, featuring songs including the Grammy-winning hit “When You Believe.”
When 16-year-old Pi survives a cargo ship crash — with a menagerie of animals for company — Pi is solely responsible for the group’s survival. The classic novel comes to life through puppetry and stage magic in the stage adaptation of Life of Pi.
See the cult-favorite musical in its original London home, The Other Palace, as it reopens in London. Get ready for a night of “Big Fun” at Westerberg High — just don’t spend too much with the Heathers.
Practice your stunts and shoot for the stars in Bring It On, the high school cheerleading musical. Get ready to leave it all on the floor and cheer for your favourites!
Join a 12-year-old boy and his friend as they’re transported back in time to a mystical world. Watch the pair defeat demons and mythical beasts in this otherworldly play, which is based on the Neil Gaiman novel of the same name.
Oh, what a night you’ll have at Jersey Boys, the hit Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons musicals which has now worked its way back to London. Discover how the band became world-renowned artists in this jukebox musical, featuring their greatest hits including “Walk Like A Man.”
You may not become millionaires like Del Boy and Rodney, but your lives will definitely be richer having seen Only Fools and Horses on stage. Get ready for a pukka time at the theatre.
Not every magic trick goes according to plans, but this show is definitely doing some right! See Mischief Theatre’s spellbinding hit, featuring tricks created by Penn & Teller.
The Mousetrap is the world’s longest-running play. Witness a piece of theatre history in London and see if you can solve the Agatha Christie mystery. The only way you can find out the secret is by watching the show.
After His Dark Materials wowed audiences at the National Theatre, go back in time to experience The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage, which makes its world premiere at the Bridge Theatre. See the multiverse expand in The Book of Dust, a new play that grapples with philosophical and religious ideals.
The Royal Shakespeare Company returns to the Barbican this Christmas with a new production of The Comedy of Errors. With love stories, mistaken identities, and plenty of wrong turns, there’s something for everyone in this production.
Mischief Theatre is taking over the world, and their debut West End play The Play That Goes Wrong is as funny as ever. See the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society try to stage their murder mystery play, with disastrous consequences.
Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice is the latest novel to be adapted for the West End. The romance novel is now set to a 1990s soundtrack, and you can join the all-female celebration in Pride & Prejudice* (*sort of).
The story of 15-year-old Christopher Boone embarking on a journey has entertained millions worldwide. Now, you can see the 10th anniversary tour of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, starting at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre.
Discover what happened when filming Jaws in The Shark is Broken, the comedy play with plenty of bite. Make it snappy though, as The Shark is Broken only runs for a few more months.
Lose your inhibitions at Magic Mike Live!, the immersive dance experience based on the hit films. Sadly, Channing Tatum doesn’t appear on stage, but there’s plenty of live music, acrobatics, and close-up dancing to please anyone.
Step back in time to the roaring twenties, where the champagne is flowing, the jazz music is playing and the dancing happens all night long. Meet Jay Gatsby himself at The Great Gatsby, the longest-running immersive theatre show in London.
If you’re a Doctor Who fan, you need to experience this immersive theatrical adventure. Imagine you’re the Time Lord and solve the cases before the world explodes.
Step inside a spectacular Spiegeltent filled with festive treats and variety acts at La Clique. The Olivier Award-winning cabaret is back at Leicester Square for another season.
Look forward to a night at the pub — at the theatre. The Choir of Man sings Adele and Sia songs in this empowering show, with community at its heart.
Christmas and a trip to the circus go hand-in-hand. Visit London’s big top at the Royal Festival Hall and see world-class acts and life-sized elephant puppets.
Take your jury seat at Witness for the Prosecution, Agatha Christie’s gripping thriller at London County Hall. See Leonard Vole take to the stand to plead his case, then it’s up to you to decide his fate.
Playing on the traditional father/son narrative, Straight White Men examines white masculinity in today’s society with hilarious and shocking results. See playwright Young Jean Lee’s play at Southwark Playhouse.
For three weeks only, Poirot star David Suchet will share his life stories and secrets in conversations at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Book your seats to be the first to hear his tales!
Get ready for a family-friendly road-trip like no other with Peppa Pig. Just watch out for the muddy puddles along the way!
What would you do for a million dollars? You could buy thousands of theatre tickets. Make sure Indecent Proposal is at the top of your theatre bucket list.
TV’s favourite doctors Dr Chris, Dr Xand, and Dr Ronx explore the inner workings of the human body, with silly stories for the little ones and insightful facts for older audiences.
For the Wicksteed family in Habeas Corpus, it’s important to be lustful for the longest. You won’t want to wait a long time to book Habeas Corpus tickets though, as it’s set to be one of the funniest ways to spend Christmastime at the theatre.
Raymonda is inspired by Florence Nightingale and events in the Crimean War. The English National Ballet creates a new version of this classic story ballet, opening in 2022.