2:22 A Ghost Story Ticket Prices
If you’re in the mood for chills, thrills and a twist ending, this is the West End show to book! With a tense and clever story all set in one room, this is a hit supernatural thriller, and a very affordable crowd-pleaser. Prices start at just £20, with the most expensive tickets costing up to £107.
There are many ways to enjoy this spine-tingling show without blowing your budget, including offers, seating tips and more. Keep reading for our advice on getting great value and cheap tickets for 2:22 A Ghost Story.
2:22 A Ghost Story Discount Tickets
2:22 A Ghost Story has been included in some of the West End’s biggest promotions such as London Theatre Week and the New Year Sale. If you book during these periods, you will be able to secure some of the best prices all year, with tickets from just £15. The show has also been discounted with up to £20 off.
If discounts are not available, we recommend using Theatre Monkey for tips on where to sit within your budget, or checking theatregoers' photos and ratings on SeatPlan. These websites are really useful if you want to compare seats in different areas of the auditorium and decide which ones are the best value for money, and may come in handy if you’re hovering over some of the cheaper restricted view seats!
When To Book Tickets
There is decent availability across all price bands for this show so you do not need to book far in advance. Fridays, Saturdays and peak periods such as school holidays are usually more expensive than weekdays when seats can be up to 10% cheaper. If you are in London for the weekend, consider attending on a Sunday when prices are usually the same as midweek performances.
There is no advertised Rush, last-minute or Day Seat schemes for this show but it is always worth asking at the box office. Sometimes returns or unsold tickets are available at a cut price if you go down to the theatre yourself.
Top Tips For Your Visit
The Apollo Theatre cloakroom charges £1 per item, so where possible bring a bag that you can take into the auditorium. Large bags may not fit in the cloakroom, but there will be Stasher locations nearby. Check Stasher’s website for more information.
The two bars at this venue serve a range of snacks and drinks, but you can also take in your own bottled water and cold snacks if you want to save money.
The venue is very well located in central London, close to eat-in and takeaway food outlets and free attractions such as Trafalgar Square and scenic walks along the River Thames. If you are driving, you may be able to save up to 50% on parking with the Q-Park Theatreland scheme.
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14th May 2023
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Will be confirmed when show opens
Best for age 14+