Plays To See With The Spring Ticket Event
The TodayTix 2018 Spring Ticket Event is here! You can see hundreds of performances from £15, £25 or £35. If you’re not sure what to book or want a great recommendation, we’ve put together a list of all the great London plays featured in the event and why you’ll love them!
The world premiere of the stunning new play by Matthew Lopez. After the LGBTQ community managed to put itself back together again after the 1980s AIDS crisis, what is it like to be a young gay man in New York? Book tickets for Part 1 and Part 2 of The Inheritance.
Jez Butterworth’s play sees a harvest celebration in 1980s Northern Ireland visited by an unwelcome stranger. Sam Mendes directs this critically-acclaimed drama that’s not to be missed. Book tickets to The Ferryman.
Shakespeare’s political thriller comes to The Bridge Theatre as a new immersive experience. Starring Ben Whishaw, Michelle Fairley and David Morrissey, see this classic like never before. Book tickets to Julius Caesar.
Juliet Stevenson and Lia Williams star in this critically-acclaimed drama. Elizabeth I and Mary Stuart are locked in a battle of wills, with actresses switching roles nightly with a coin flip deciding who will be who. Book tickets to Mary Stuart.
The Birthday Party
Harold Pinter’s play celebrates its 60th birthday, starring Zoë Wanamaker, Toby Jones and Pearl Mackie. A sleepy town and its residents have their lives turned upside down by the arrival of a pair of strangers. Book tickets to The Birthday Party.
A stunning new play by David Eldridge finds Danny the last guest at Laura’s house party. Their eyes have been meeting all evening but now, left alone together, can they overcome their past baggage and start something new? Book tickets to Beginning.
Long Day’s Journey Into Night
Eugene O’Neill’s classic American drama follows a dysfunctional family over the course of a day as their secrets, grudges and fears reveal themselves. Starring Jeremy Irons and Oscar-nominee Lesley Manville, don’t miss this iconic play. Book tickets to Long Day’s Journey Into Night.
Directed by Emma Rice, Noël Coward’s classic forbidden love romance comes to the stage. Laura and Alec are both unavailable but a chance meeting at a train station sees the beginning of a beautiful secret affair. Book tickets to Brief Encounter.
To solve the crime, you must learn the crime. To thwart the plans of a criminal mastermind, you must learn the ways of the grift and master the art of the con in the new immersive experience. The Grift is also exclusive to TodayTix! Book tickets to The Grift.
The Great Gatsby
Step back into the 1920s and attend a legendary party at Jay Gatsby’s house. See this classic story as an immersive experience and go wild with Jay, Nick and Daisy! Book tickets to The Great Gatsby.
Fanny & Alexander
Set in 1900s Sweden, siblings Fanny and Alexander are shaken as a tough, bad-tempered local bishop marries their widowed mother. Generations, religions and world views collide in this period study on family dynamics. Book tickets to Fanny & Alexander.
Regan is acting strangely and her desperate mother has reached out to a man she thinks can help: a priest. While he battles the demon within her, he must keep his faith to save Regan’s soul. Book tickets to The Exorcist.
Witness For The Prosecution
Step inside Agatha Christie’s iconic story of a criminal trial, and you are the jury. Set in London County Hall, follow the testimony and passion as a crime unravels before your eyes. Book tickets to Witness For The Prosecution.
A black comedy, Good Girl follows GG as she goes through her turbulent teenage years in the 90s and figuring out how to be one of the girls, but also to be herself. Book tickets to Good Girl.
The Woman In Black
A classic ghost story will transport you to an empty house, where floorboards creak and doors slam in the night. Can young lawyer Arthur Kipps unravel the mystery of the ghostly woman in black? Book tickets to The Woman In Black.
The Comedy About A Bank Robbery
From Mischief Theatre, mistaken identities, love triangles and hidden agendas all stand between hapless criminals and a priceless diamond. If you liked The Play That Goes Wrong, you’ll love this! Book tickets to The Comedy About A Bank Robbery.