Get £25 tickets to these West End shows
Watching a West End show shouldn’t break the bank. As well as our Rush and Lottery tickets offering same-day seats for just £25, you can plan plenty of theatre trips at an affordable price. Discover over 25 West End shows in London with theatre tickets from just £25 this summer. There’s plenty of options available: fly like Elphaba in Wicked, time-travel like Marty McFly in Back to the Future: The Musical, change the world like Evan in Dear Evan Hansen, and more. You’ll want to be quick though, as these prices will end on 29 May.
Check out all of the West End shows you can see from £25. Find a West End show this summer.
Join Elphaba and Glinda in Wicked. They’re two witches who discover themselves down the yellow brick road and eventually become the Wicked Witch of the West and the Good Witch. Defy gravity in the West End and book a trip to Oz.
Where we’re going, we don’t need roads. We need theatre tickets. Join Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown as they head back in time to 1955 and have to save themselves from a doomed future. Back to the Future won Best New Musical at the 2022 Olivier Awards.
Where will you be found this summer? We’re hoping it’s in the West End. Discover the inspirational story of a teenager who tried to open his heart, but instead he opened his mind. Dear Evan Hansen is also a musical that’s all about the mother figures.
Carrie Hope Fletcher stars in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella. But in this Cinderella, the title princess goes on her own journey of self-discovery to realising what she wants. Cinderella plays its final performance on 12 June, so book now to avoid missing out!
Roald Dahl’s zany childhood protagonist, Matilda Wormwood, stands firm on stage. Can her telekinetic abilities help her save the day? Or will she suffer a life under Miss Trunchbull’s headmistress rule forevermore?
Tina Turner defied gender, class, and race boundaries to become the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Discover her life in this world premiere musical at the Aldwych Theatre.
Omigod you guys! Elle Woods is back on stage. Join everyone’s favourite blonde lawyer as she works hard at Harvard Law and proves to us that being true to ourselves never goes out of style.
30 years later, Grease is back in the West End. Enjoy a grittier take on this original high school musical. There’s new songs, new choreography and plenty of leather jackets. Peter Andre stars.
Beverley Knight star as Deloris in a new, revamped Sister Act in London this summer. The sisters include Keala Settle, Lizzie Bea and Lesley Joseph. Get ready to raise your voices.
You may have watched Come From Away on Apple TV. But when you watch this musical masterpiece, learn a few lessons of compassion, kindness and caring for others.
Enjoy a musical stroll down the boardwalk in The Drifters Girl at the Garrick Theatre. It’s a thrilling deepdive into soul and doowop music in 20th-century America.
“Big Girls Don’t Cry”, especially once they’ve booked West End theatre tickets. Head to the theatre to discover how Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons became international music superstars.
How ‘bout a dance in the West End? The criminally good musical plays a limited season at the Arts Theatre. See the thieving masterminds at work. And yes, these tickets really are a steal.
Set sail on the S.S. American this summer via the Barbican. The upbeat, fun-filled musical sees a group of travellers head from New York to London on a chaotic journey. Kerry Ellis and Bonnie Langford star.
The five-time Olivier-winning play Life of Pi continues to stun audiences in the West End. Join Pi as he recalls his cargo ship crash and how a menagerie of animals helped him survive.
The beloved sitcom of the same name is now a musical, and it’s lovely jubbly! With more than 60 episodes worth of classic jokes fit into two hours, this show strikes it rich. It’s time to park your reliant robin at Hooky Street.
Unlike what the title says, you can’t go wrong with seeing this play. A troupe of actors makes it to the final curtain call of its latest murder mystery by dealing with missing actor, set pieces and props.
s this love that we’re feeling? No! It’s the feeling of booking West End theatre tickets at £25. Head to the Lyric Theatre and find out more about Bob Marley’s inspirational career in this world premiere musical.
The Mousetrap is more than just a London play. It’s an institution. Take your seat at the world’s longest-running play and solve Agatha Christie’s mysterious whodunit. Did you know The Mousetrap turns 70 in 2022?
For 30 years, The Woman in Black continues to entrance audiences with a dark tale of an old man’s past encounters with a mysterious ghost. See the haunting story for yourself at the Fortune Theatre. What will your fortune be?
Joshua Harmon’s critically-acclaimed play returns to the Arts Theatre this summer. The Jewish family drama follows a foursome who struggle to decide who should own a precious family heirloom.
Think you know everything about the Crimean War nurse? Think again. Discover more about the trailblazing pioneer in Jackie Sibblies Drury’s play at the Donmar Warehouse.
Step into the Roaring 20’s and experience F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic tale of unrequited love, lavish riches, and the American Dream. Pop the champagne open and put your gladrags on.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s provocative, energising, sensual show Fashion Freak Show returns to London this summer. See Fashion Freak Show at the Roundhouse.
August Wilson’s 1970s Pittsburgh play drives into the Old Vic this summer. The taxi-rank play follows a group of drivers as they usher people across the city.
The mysterious play is all about online identities. Nobody is who they are. Does anyone ever exist? This existential play will take over your mind.
Alex Jennings plays a vicar who must wrestle with his family, and his local community in The Southbury Child.