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Here’s why you need to book £25 theatre tickets for West End shows

16 May 2022 by TodayTix
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See 25 West End shows for £25

West End theatre tickets shouldn’t be expensive. In fact, when you book low-cost West End theatre tickets are cheaper, you’ll be able to see even more shows for less. Here at TodayTix, we want to find a West End show for everyone, so we’re highlighting how affordable our West End tickets are. Book theatre tickets for over 25 shows from £25 to West End hits like Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Story, Life of Pi, The Mousetrap and Tina: The Tina Turner Musical.

Theatre tickets may be for one night only, but you can make memories to last a lifetime. So instead of buying miscellaneous things to sit and gather dust, book a West End experience and see live theatre instead.

Check out our top picks for West End shows you can see from £25.

Lucie Jones Wicked

Wicked tickets for less than a bubble machine

Sadly, we can’t all fly around the world in a giant sparkling bubble. If we could, we’d spend all our time hovering over our friends and spreading messages. The closest Glinda recreation in Wicked would be to purchase an industrial-sized bubble machine and walk through washing-up liquid-based spheres. 

But you don’t need to pretend you’re the Good Witch. Why not spend £25 and see the real Glinda and Elphaba on stage in Wicked in London. The magical musical follows the two witches as they grow into their adult personas and embark on journeys of self-discovery. And you can book your tickets faster than a bubble can pop.

Book Wicked tickets from £25 on TodayTix.

Back to the Future

Back to the Future: The Musical tickets for less than a Casio watch

Will the 1980s ever go out of style? There’s plenty of West End shows based on 1980s stories, and 1980s songs continue to take over the charts, as they’re remixed into chart-topping hits. Elements of 1980s fashion are taking over high street shops too: pairing scrunchies and dungarees is a summer must. Similarly, the thin digital Casio watches remain popular and we’re pretty sure that Marty McFly would have worn one .

Don’t think about Marty McFly in Back to the Future though. See Marty, Doc Brown, and the rest of the Hill Valley gang in Back to the Future: The Musical for less than the price of a watch. The only time you need to know is when your performance begins.

Book Back to the Future: The Musical tickets from £25 on TodayTix.


Cinderella tickets for less than a sparkly couture outfit

What goes into “dressing up for the nines?” Spending money on a shimmering dress which you’ll probably only wear once. Walking in high heels and waking up with achy feet? Wearing layers of makeup? There’s a lot that goes into creating a look. It’s much easier to see the professionals do it in Cinderella instead. The fairytale musical sees the title character undergo a dazzling transformation and find her own heart. Cinderella won’t transform your bank balance that much, as tickets start at just £25. Definitely less than a new outfit!

Book Cinderella tickets from £25 on TodayTix.


Matilda the Musical tickets for less than a self-help book 

Matilda Wormwood is a fictional icon. Her thirst for knowledge knows no bounds. She’s continually impressing her peers and teachers. She’s tactful beyond her years, especially when it comes to dealing with her headmistress and family. And she’s also got time for others. We could all change for the better after spending time with Matilda. Thankfully, with Matilda the Musical in London, we can all be a bit more Matilda. So instead of spending hours trawling through books for a few paragraphs of reassuring guidance, see Matilda at the Cambridge Theatre. You’ll learn a lot.

Book Matilda the Musical tickets from £25 on TodayTix.

Grease the Musical

Grease tickets for less than cinema tickets to a drive-in movie

In these summer nights, you may want to drive to an open-air cinema and watch a nostalgic film. But now live theatre is back and bigger than ever, see West End shows once more and spend a few hours in an air-conditioned theatre rather than a stuffy car. Don’t miss Grease in the West End this summer. The hit musical follows 1950s teenagers as they navigate their final school days, complete with jives, jumps and joy! Make sure you’re not stranded at the drive-in like Danny.

Book Grease tickets from £25 on TodayTix.

Come From Away

Come From Away tickets for less than fish and chips and a Canadian beer

If you’re celebrating a special occasion, it’s likely you’ll head to a fancy restaurant. But once you’ve all ordered your meals, drinks and accounted for travel, the night gets expensive pretty quickly. Instead of dining out on international cuisine and risking a bad meal, mark a momentous day by seeing an award-winning show like Come From Away. Plus, everybody’s ticket will cost the same amount of money, so you don’t have to awkwardly split a restaurant bill either.

Book Come From Away tickets from £25 on TodayTix.


The Drifters Girl tickets for less than a vinyl record

Listening to songs used to be an arduous process. You’d have to physically load a record on a record player, place the needle on the record and listen to the song. There was no repeat button, so to listen again, you’d have to get up and repeat the whole process. Nowadays, we binge-listen to our faovurite songs on Spotify, but vinyl records are still around for old classics by artists like The Drifters. 

Instead of blowing all your money on one record, see The Drifters come to life in The Drifters Girl. The hit musical follows the doowop band as they climb the charts.

Book The Drifters Girl tickets from £25 on TodayTix.


Jersey Boys tickets for less than a microphone

If you’re like us, and you can’t help but burst into impromptu singing, you’ve probably thought about buying a professional microphone. But if your singing is more squeaky rather than falsetto, we recommend putting the microphone money down and instead spending it on theatre tickets to Jersey Boys. See how Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons became global sensations in the hit musical — they won’t break the microphone either.

Book Jersey Boys tickets from £25 on TodayTix.

Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie and Clyde tickets for less than posting bail 

Look, we hope you’re never in the situation when you’d need to post your own bail. But if you were to be caught red-handed, it’s likely to cost a great deal more than a Bonnie and Clyde theatre ticket. We recommend staying out of trouble and visiting the Arts Theatre to see this hit Broadway musical in action. Bonnie and Clyde is only in London to July, so make sure you catch this musical before it goes on the run.

Book Bonnie and Clyde tickets from £25 on TodayTix.

Only Fools and Horses

Only Fools and Horses tickets for less than a matching flatcap and coat

You may not think it, but Del Boy Trotter is a fashion marvel. The Only Fools and Horses character further popularised the flatcap and coat combination, and it quickly became a must for anyone who wanted to look effortlessly cool. But instead of trawling around the shops to get the right wardrobe fits, see Del Boy rock the look in the West End instead. 

Book Only Fools and Horses: The Musical tickets from £25 on TodayTix.

The Play That Goes Wrong

The Play That Goes Wrong tickets for less than a grandfather clock 

Time is money. And money spent on a beloved grandfather clock could instead go to dozens of repeat viewings of The Play That Goes Wrong in London. Join the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society as they stumble to their opening night with plenty of (planned) mistakes along the way. With missing sets, actors and props, will anything be safe? Will the grandfather clock survive?

Book The Play That Goes Wrong tickets from £25 on TodayTix.

Check out our top picks for West End shows you can see from £25.