London theatre is back - and so is London Theatre Week, an unmissable chance to see some of the capital’s biggest shows for exclusive ticket prices. For a strictly limited time, theatre lovers will have the chance to see the biggest musicals and plays in the city for great prices. The annual initiative, which features a huge range of productions, is a once-a-year chance to support live theatre and treat yourself to a ticket for a show (or two… or three) that you’ve been dying to see for ages. Running until March 6, there are over 40 shows to choose from at prices of £15, £25, £35 and £45.
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The Lion King
Hakuna matata! The Lion King is one of London’s most enduringly popular musicals - it’s visually stunning and offers world class entertainment for all ages. Tickets at £25 and £35 will be available, but don’t hang about - they’re bound to be snapped up quickly.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
This stage show about what happened when JK Rowling’s boy wizard grew up remains one of the hottest tickets in town. Get on your broomstick and get tickets for exclusive prices, at £15 and £25.
You can never see Les Mis too many times.... that’s why it’s the West End’s longest running show. Tickets for £35 will be available throughout the London Theatre Week campaign.
The Glass Menagerie
Amy Adams in the West End alert! The Oscar nominee will tread the boards in London this year in this Tennessee Williams revival, and it’s going to be an unmissable event. Throughout London Theatre Week, you can snap up tickets for £25 and £35.
Cool news - Frozen is participating in London Theatre Week, which means you can see Elsa and Anna do their thing for tickets priced at £25 and £35.
The Phantom of the Opera
The West End’s fanciest chandelier has returned in all its glory - The Phantom of the Opera is participating in London Theatre Week, with tickets available at £35.
Everyone’s favourite bookworm recently celebrated 10 years in the West End. Don’t miss the chance to see Tim Minchin and Dennis Kelly’s musical adaptation of one of Roald Dahl’s most beloved novels for ticket prices from £25 to £35.
Team Elphaba? Team Glinda? Get yourself down to Wicked and decide for yourself. Tickets are available for exclusive prices of £15, £25 and £35.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Emerald Fennell’s fresh new take on Cinderella, with Carrie Hope Fletcher in the lead role, opened to some great reviews last year, and now it’s back after a pause in performances. Tickets are available from £35.
Life of Pi
There’s lots of dazzling stagecraft to soak up in Lolita Chakrabarti’s acclaimed adaptation of Yann Martel’s Booker Prize-winning novel. See it for yourself with ticket prices from £25 to £35.
Grease The Music
Grittier and more electrifying than ever before, the world’s best-loved musical makes a triumphant return to London’s Dominion Theatre. After a whirlwind summer romance, leather-clad greaser Danny and girl-next-door Sandy are unexpectedly reunited when she transfers to Rydell High for senior year.
Please contact The Lexo Club Concierge for more information or to make a booking. The Lexo Club are officially partnered with all major London theatres and can issue tickets directly as an official ticket agent. We can skip waiting lists for shows and issue our members tickets right up until the doors close outside.
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Tickets are priced at £25 per person for members or £35 per person (sold in pairs) for clients. Please contact The Lexo Club Concierge for more information regarding this event or to make a booking...