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See a West End show from £15.00 with Get Into London

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Get Into London Theatre, bringing you the best seats for top London shows from as little as £15! With unbelievable discounts for over 30 top London shows including musicals, comedies, plays and op…
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Get Into London Theatre,
bringing you the best seats for top London shows from as little as £15!

With unbelievable discounts for over 30 top London shows including musicals, comedies, plays and operas, there has never been a better time to Get Into London Theatre!

More tickets are added daily so now is your chance to experience the best of the West End.

Running until 13 February, Get Into London Theatre gives you the perfect excuse to make 2009 your culture vulture year!
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See smash hit shows Wicked, We Will Rock You, Billy Elliot - The Musical and lots more. Plus, don't miss out on the chance to see Steven Berkoff's
On The Waterfront, playing at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from 28 January.
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#1
lastminute.com are doing deals from £10. I got into see Sound of Music for £10 last Monday - great seats to (Royal Circle four rows back).
http://www.lastminute.com/site/entertainment/theatre/event-browse.html?catID=95281&intcmp=theatre_hp_toptickets_tenner_header
#2
I don't know what is meant by best seats but a matinee or mideweek performance balcony tickets can be had for £15 for a lot of the big shows anyway.

If this is stalls centre of row F or G on a Friday or saturday night within 4 weeks then I will eat my pants.

Edit: Will require proof before I eat any pants.
#3
androoski
I don't know what is meant by best seats but a matinee or mideweek performance balcony tickets can be had for £15 for a lot of the big shows anyway.

If this is stalls centre of row F or G on a Friday or saturday night within 4 weeks then I will eat my pants.

Edit: Will require proof before I eat any pants.


GILT: Book Tickets
£15 GILT offer stone
The Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square, London on FRIDAY 06 February 2009 at 19:30

You requested 2 tickets priced at £15.00 each in the STALLS
Row G
Seats 3 to 4

We will hold these seats for the next 5 minutes
To retain them, your order must be completed within that time

Click "buy now" to continue
If you wish to select a different location, a different number of seats, please click "choose again"

BUY NOW CHOOSE AGAIN

Hope you're hungry!!!!!!
#4
Netty
GILT: Book Tickets
£15 GILT offer stone
The Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square, London on FRIDAY 06 February 2009 at 19:30

You requested 2 tickets priced at £15.00 each in the STALLS
Row G
Seats 3 to 4

We will hold these seats for the next 5 minutes
To retain them, your order must be completed within that time

Click "buy now" to continue
If you wish to select a different location, a different number of seats, please click "choose again"

BUY NOW CHOOSE AGAIN

Hope you're hungry!!!!!!


i want good proof that you have ate your pants and all :thumbsup: (photo like :whistling: )
#5
rail massive
i want good proof that you have ate your pants and all :thumbsup: (photo like :whistling: )


Seats 3 and 4, you are right in the wings. Read my requirement for CENTRE.

And Young Writers Festival 'Shades' doesn't really cut it as a 'Big Show' .

And Sloane Square is not really West End theatreland.

Pants can stay in the fridge.
#6
Used them before, very good service & prices. You get physical tickets too which is nice. Voted hoted.
#7
Last year this deal was for people aged 25 or under.. is this not the case anymore?

Also last year, ALL the shows were £15.. not just the worst ones, then £35 for anything worthwhile seeing.
Its a shame theyve put it up... the point was to get young people into the theatres, who wouldnt ordinarily be able to afford it.
#8
androoski;4213887
Seats 3 and 4, you are right in the wings. Read my requirement for CENTRE.

And Young Writers Festival 'Shades' doesn't really cut it as a 'Big Show' .

And Sloane Square is not really West End theatreland.

Pants can stay in the fridge.

Don't be so picky!! Even if its at the side, its still STALLS, row G (middle row) and unrestricted view for £15 per ticket. Bargain compared to the normal price! Its like sitting in the cinema in a middle row, just on the side seats. You still get a pretty good view.
#9
Agree, but the description does say 'Best seats'.
#10
Been wanting to see Thriller but at £50 to £60 a tickets plus booking fee it seemed a bit pricey but I've just booked 7 tickets for me and my mates in Row AA £175 and no booking fee. tickets are posted out so for me this is a bargain, thanks very much!!
#11
DeeLite
Been wanting to see Thriller but at £50 to £60 a tickets plus booking fee it seemed a bit pricey but I've just booked 7 tickets for me and my mates in Row AA £175 and no booking fee. tickets are posted out so for me this is a bargain, thanks very much!!


You are going to love it! I saw it 2 weeks ago, cost £100 for 4 seats in the centre of row AA - we were so close I got covered in dancers sweat!!! Loads of legroom, brilliant show - have booked to go again in March and paid full price.

Get eating those pants :w00t:
#12
Voted hot for me - we recently went to see We will Rock You and paid more (worth the money though as its amazing!) - but will be using this company next time! Thanks
#13
dawn1e
You are going to love it! I saw it 2 weeks ago, cost £100 for 4 seats in the centre of row AA - we were so close I got covered in dancers sweat!!! Loads of legroom, brilliant show - have booked to go again in March and paid full price.

Get eating those pants :w00t:


Row AA? That's right at the front, these are not considered good seats. Not only do you get covered in sweat but you also get neck ache looking up and left and right. There's a reason I said F and G.

Pants still in fridge.
#14
androoski
Row AA? That's right at the front, these are not considered good seats. Not only do you get covered in sweat but you also get neck ache looking up and left and right. There's a reason I said F and G.

Pants still in fridge.


Not at all, no neck ache, best seats IMHO! Was joking about the sweat ;-)
#15
dawn1e
Not at all, no neck ache, best seats IMHO! Was joking about the sweat ;-)


Thanks I'm sure Row AA will suit us just fine, I cannot wait!! By the way I could have had seats in rows F or G but i chose row AA you can't beat being in amongst the action! Someone definitely needs to get their pants out of that fridge lol :whistling:

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