Theatre ticket offers and discounts across the UK

Theatre Tickets, Discounts and Offers across the UK

Consent

The Hope Street Theatre

A play which asks uncomfortable questions and puts the audience on the judging bench is being staged by Roots theatre company. Following on from its highly successful debut play ’Di, Vi and Rose’, the company tackles ‘Consent’, written by Nina Raine and directed by Kate Coogan, on Wednesday 2nd October at Hope Street Theatre in Liverpool.

The play stars graduates from ALRA North drama school and will be produced by local Liverpudlian Rachel Westhead, a current member of the Young Everyman Playhouse producers programme in Liverpool (YEP). Roots are very excited to be performing this production in Liverpool, a city which doesn’t shy away from thought provoking pieces of theatre.

We also have student tickets priced at £10

Location: Hope Street Theatre, 22 Hope Street, L1 9BY

Date: Wednesday 2nd October – 5th October

9-5 The Musical

Wales Millennium Centre

Fresh from 5* reviews and sold-out houses in London’s West End, 9 to 5 The Musical tells the story of three workmates pushed to boiling point by their sexist and egotistical boss. Concocting a plan to kidnap and turn the tables on their despicable supervisor, will the women manage to reform their office, or will events unravel when the CEO pays an unexpected visit?

The Lovely Bones

Rose Theatre, Kingston

Susie Salmon is just like any other young girl. She wants to be beautiful, adores her charm bracelet and has a crush on a boy from school. There’s one big difference though – Susie is dead.

Now she can only observe while her family manage their grief in their different ways. Her father, Jack, is obsessed with identifying the killer. Her mother, Abigail, is desperate to create a different life for herself. And her sister, Lindsey, is discovering the opposite sex with experiences that Susie will never know. Susie is desperate to help them and there might be a way of reaching them…

Roots

Wales Millennium Centre

Roots is a guided tour through contemporary dance. We take some of our favourite pieces and pair them with a discussion to help you get to the heart of the stories, and learn behind-the-scenes secrets.

A Doll's House

Lyric Hammersmith, London

Calcutta. 1879.

Niru is a young Bengali woman married to an English colonial bureaucrat – Tom.

Tom loves Niru, exoticising her as a frivolous plaything to be admired and kept. But Niru has a long-kept secret. And just as she thinks she is almost free of it, it threatens to bring her life crashing down around her.

Tanika Gupta reimagines Ibsen’s classic play of gender politics through the lens of British colonialism, offering a bold, female perspective exploring themes of ownership and race.

Grease

Wales Millennium Centre

The world’s best-loved musical is back! Grittier and more glamorous than ever before, this brand-new production is direct from a sell-out and critically acclaimed run at Leicester Curve.

Goldilocks and the three Musketeers

Battersea Arts Centre

Our story begins as the mischievous Goldilocks flees from the Three Bears into the deep, dark wood. As she stumbles down a rabbit hole to escape, she finds herself in Wonderland! And all is not well…Teaming up with The Three Musketeers and a whole host of fairy tale favourites (with a little help from the audience), can Goldilocks rescue Wonderland and live happily ever after before it’s too late?

Blood Brothers

Orchard Theatre

Written by Willy Russell, the legendary BLOOD BROTHERS tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences.

Once

Ashcroft Playhouse

Once may now be enough for you to see this multi award-winning Broadway and West End hit musical. Based on the critically acclaimed and much-loved film, you will meet (and never forget) two lost souls – a Dublin street busker and a Czech musician – who find each other unexpectedly and fall in love.

Curtains

Churchill Theatre, Bromley

It’s murder putting on a new musical – literally! Jessica Cranshaw, star of the new Broadway-bound musical Robbin Hood, has been murdered on stage on opening night! The entire cast and crew are suspects. Time to call in the local detective, Frank Cioffi, who just happens to be a huge musical theatre fan. With a nose for crime and an ear for music, Frank has his work cut out trying to find the killer whilst giving the show a lifeline.

Rocky Horror Picture Show

Orchard Theatre

Richard O’Brien’s legendary rock ‘n’ roll musical returns to the UK as part of a sell-out worldwide tour, having now been seen by over 30 million theatregoers. Starring Strictly Come Dancingprofessional champion Joanne Clifton as Janet and Stephen Webb as Dr Frank n Furter.

Cinderella

Ashcroft Playhouse

Fairfield Halls and Imagine Theatre bring you the most magical pantomime of them all, Cinderella, to Croydon audiences this Christmas. A brand new exciting production created especially for the Fairfield Halls will star TV star and Strictly winner Ore Oduba making his pantomime debut as Dandini alongside hilarious comedian and presenter Tim Vine as the lovable Buttons and CBeebies favourite Cat Sandion will be making magic as the Fairy Godmother.

Aladdin

Churchill Theatre, Bromley

Starring stage legend Christopher Biggins as the iconic Widow Twankey, and hot off the heels of Cinderella, this year’s panto will be a magic-carpet ride you’ll never forget, in the wish-granting family panto, Aladdin.

Six

Chichester Festival Theatre

Nominated for five Olivier Awards including Best New Musical, the sell-out international smash hit Six is the phenomenon everyone is losing their head over!

From Tudor queens to pop princesses, the six wives of Henry VIII finally take to the mic to tell their tales, remixing five hundred years of historical heartbreak into an 80-minute celebration of 21st century girl power. These Queens may have green sleeves but their lipstick is rebellious red.

It’s time they told their story.

Think you know the rhyme, think again….

Divorced. Beheaded. LIVE!

Tabby McTat

Ashcroft Playhouse

Tabby McTat is a cat with the loudest of meee-ews and a best friend with a guitar. Together they sing their favourite songs delighting the crowds, until one day Fred disappears. Separated and alone, Tabby finds shelter and a new life with all the home comforts that any cat could dream of. However, memories of his life with Fred haunt him, and he sets off to search the streets for his long-lost friend.