The Official London Theatre annual sale is now in its 20th year – with more than 40 top London shows on sale until 10 February.
Tickets to some of the best shows in town are reduced to £10, £20, £30, £40 or £50.
The Official London Theatre is the only London theatre site run by Society Of London Theatre – a not-for-profit organisation championing theatre for producers and audiences since 1908.
Whether you’re a theatre regular or haven’t made it to a show for a while, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in today’s theatre scene.
Here are six shows that you’ll want to check out…
George Takei’s Allegiance
George Takei – the original and beloved Mr Sulu from Star Trek – is making his London stage debut in Allegiance. Inspired by true events surrounding Takei, the story follows the Kimura family whose lives are upended when they and 120,000 other Japanese-Americas are forced to leave their homes following the events of Pearl Harbor. An uplifting testament to the power of the human spirit.
Punchdrunk’s The Burnt City
Set across two warehouses, The Burnt City is inspired by the events surrounding the fall of Troy. Inside you’ll discover a complete sensory world that is yours to explore at will, while the action unfolds around you.
Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons
Starring Jenna Coleman (The Serpent, All My Sons) and Aidan Turner (Poldark, The Lieutenant of Inishmore), this bold and brilliant play is a tender and funny rom-com about what we say, how we say it, and what happens when we can’t say anything anymore.
You’re going to speak more than 123 million words in your lifetime: what will you do when they run out?
A love story, hundreds of years in the making, starring Golden Globe-winner Emma Corrin. This joyous new adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s visionary masterpiece see’s Orlando journey through five centuries just to ask one question; how do any of us find the courage to truly be ourselves?
Best of Enemies
Zachary Quinto (The Boys in the Band, Star Trek, Heroes) makes his London stage debut playing left-wing icon Gore Vidal, with David Harewood (Homeland, Super Girl, Ten Percent) reprising his role as the right-wing figurehead William F Buckley.
It’s set in 1968 – a year of protest that divided America. As two men fight to become the next President, the play focuses on the battle between two others: the cunningly conservative William F Buckley Jr., and the iconoclastic liberal Gore Vidal.
Witness For The Prosecution
Based in a unique courtroom setting inside London’s County Hall, Agatha Christie’s Witness For The Prosecution is a landmark production of a gripping story of justice, passion and betrayal. A thrilling roller coaster of a play which opens in The Chamber and sees audiences subject to the intensity and drama of a fiercely contested trial.
Whatever it is you want to see, there's a show for you in the new year Sale. Be quick and book yourself a treat now as tickets are already available to buy. Visit OfficialLondonTheatre.com/Sale