20 Shows for 20 Quid or less

Forget the snow with a warming West End bargain. We’ve got twenty top shows you can see for twenty quid or less.

There’s a little bit of something for everybody and a whole lot of savings to be made.

Now’s your chance to catch Dreamgirls at the Savoy or Kinky Boots at the Adelphi. Mel Brook’s Young Frankenstein can be snapped up from just £17.50 and the hilarious (we gave it five massive stars) Comedy About A Bank Robbery starts at just £13. Excuse the terrible pun, but that’s just a steal!

Take the opportunity to see the hugely acclaimed The Ferryman for just fifteen quid, or the amazing Shelia Hancock in the new production Harold And Maude. If it’s a bit of horror you’re after then there’s The Exorcist at the Phoenix or The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre. For musical fans you might want to catch the revival of Five Guys Named Moe for just £13, or try something entirely new (every night) with Showstopper The Improvised Musical at the Lyric.

There’s a little bit of something for everybody and a whole lot of savings to be made. Have a look at our offers page now.

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Kinky Boots

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Dreamgirls

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Harold and Maude

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The Grinning Man

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Good Girl

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