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    Tickets for London Theatre Shows

    The top prices for tickets for London theatre shows can be quite steep and this is the reason why going to watch a good theatre play was not a frequently undertaken activity for theatre patrons for many years now

    The top prices for tickets for London theatre shows can be quite steep and this is the reason why going to watch a good theatre play was not a frequently undertaken activity for theatre patrons for many years now. But these days it’s a whole different story. With official ticketing websites to help patrons book and procure tickets to their favourite sold-out shows online, many people have now started visiting the Off-West End and West End theatre district’s biggest shows and major venues every week.

    While there are quite a few options for buying tickets for shows, there are a few tricks to getting one’s hands on good yet cheap theatre tickets. Even as official ticketing websites such as are providing tickets to a large number of plays at discounted prices, some visitors or locals may find the rates still a little expensive. For such folks these tips may be of great use. One of the best ways of ensuring great ticket prices is by purchasing the tickets for a large group of people. Bulk buys and such bookings are preferred by venues and websites, and are given even further discounts on the price of each ticket. In view of this fact, many theatre lovers are now making plans to watch some of the popular shows during the coming Christmas holidays. Not only is it an enjoyable experience with a big group, but also suffices to be a great activity for quality time with family or friends.

    Official ticketing websites that are the member of STAR also give special discounts to people working in specific sectors, senior citizens, and people with disabilities. In fact, some theatres provide special concessions or free tickets at certain occasions to students and patrons under the age of 26. For those who book online and choose the seats the desire, it may be of great help to know that restricted seats are a lot cheaper. One can do a little price comparison and then book the seats for best deals online. Even considering watching a theatre play during the afternoon or on working days can be money saving, as matinee tickets or weekday tickets are much cheaper compared to evening or weekend performances. A majority of ticketing websites also offer tickets at awesome prices on last minute buys.

    There are quite a few ways to buy tickets for London theatre shows, but the best, cheapest, quickest, and safest is through an online portal. And using the above mentioned tips, one can get even further discounts and benefit from them.

    About London Theatre Direct:
    London Theatre Direct is an online ticketing portal that provides theatre tickets, restaurant bookings and hotel accommodation for clients since the early 2000. The agency avails offers that combine theatre tickets at reasonable prices with accommodation, and/or dining experience at the top restaurants. The company’s website is one of the most popular sites that are used by a large number of visitors and locals who want to take pleasure in their time spent amongst the marvels of London. The website prides itself on being simple and comprehensive, and offers huge discounts and speedy service in a safe and secure method.

    Contact Details: London Theatre Direct Ltd
    Suite 404 Albany House
    324/326 Regent Street
    London W1B 3HH

    Phone – 0845 505 8500
    From overseas - +44 207 098 7010
    From USA – 011 44 207 098 7010

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