You can buy tickets for shows at the Aldwych in person from the theatre’s box office, online or by telephone. Tickets are available to purchase for the stalls, royal circle and upper circle.
Most theatres in London’s West End charge higher prices for seats in the centre stalls and front royal circle, which almost always have the best stage views.
Everyone in your party should have their own ticket, regardless of their age.
All tickets include a mandatory £1 restoration levy, clearly marked and included in the price. This is used to find essential repairs, maintenance and renovation, a worthy cause.
Book tickets for shows at the Aldwych through the box office by calling 0844 847 1712. The venue's helpful staff who will process your booking and answer any questions you may have.
If you would like to book your tickets face to face, turn up at the theatre box office. It's open Monday – Saturday, 10am-8pm.
Tickets can also be arranged for collection at the box office, picked up on day an hour before the performance starts. You will need to take the credit or debt card you paid with plus your booking reference number as proof of purchase.
STAR stands for the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers. STAR-approved retailers operate under strict rules to provide great customer service. They'll let you know ticket prices and seat restrictions up front and be on your side if something goes wrong. It's the best way to avoid cowboys, stay safe and get the best value for money, so pick an online ticket seller who's officially accredited by STAR, easily identifiable by the official STAR logo they'll feature on the site.
If you decide to print off theatre tickets at home, don't forget that everyone in your group needs their own ticket, one each.
Great value for money and less than the full ticket price, group tickets are a bargain! You can claim a discount if your party contains eight or more people, an excellent idea for large celebrations, family events, school or work outings. For group ticket enquires, call 0844 248 5126.
Disabled? You and a carer can claim discounted tickets. Call the special theatre access line on 020 7836 5537, where the venue's friendly staff will also be able to answer your questions if you have any.