ATG Tickets are the best place to buy tickets for productions at the Ambassadors, Apollo Victoria, Duke of York’s, Fortune, Harold Pinter, Lyceum, Phoenix, Piccadilly, Playhouse and Savoy Theatres in the West End. The Ambassador Theatre Group also own multiple regional venues for purchasing tickets for touring productions.
ATG offer a TheatreCard which means cardholders, generally, don’t pay a booking fee on transactions on their website, get a discount in ATG-owned theatre bars, and receive a discount on tickets to some productions. Tickets for touring productions offer particularly good discounts for cardholders.
This company also have gift vouchers available for purchase and use on their site.
Nimax Tickets are the best place to buy tickets for productions at the Apollo, Duchess, Garrick, Lyric, Palace and Vaudeville Theatres. Tickets are available to buy at face value. You will pay no booking fee and tickets can be posted to you or picked up at the box office for free.
Lloyd Webber Tickets
The Lloyd Webber Theatres website is the best place to buy tickets for productions at the Adelphi, Cambridge, Gillian Lynne, Her Majesty’s, London Palladium and Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
From The Box Office
From The Box Office sell tickets to all London musicals and plays and other performances, including: ballets, dances and concerts. They also have frequent deals.
TodayTix are a last minute ticket company who sell ticket for two months in advance, with particularly great deals for within the week. They do excellent deals on shows, often with 60% off face value, and they almost always (although they do occasionally have a ‘no booking fee’ offer) have a £3 booking fee per ticket.
Their app is extremely user friendly and seats will be shown on a seating plan before booking. They also regularly have £20 or £25 Front Row Lotteries and £20 or £25 Rush tickets, and No Booking Fee offers on selected shows.
LoveTheatre sell tickets to all West End shows and are a bargain ticket company. They do offer some deals and offer free seat upgrades occasionally. They are a subsidiary of ATG.