"a care-free, glorious ride"

"a glorious vision"
-The Stage-

"gloriously silly, unexpectedly poignant"
-The Independent-

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& Juliet Ticket Prices 

A fresh take on Shakespeare soundtracked to some of the best pop songs of the last 30 years makes this musical a spectacle you don’t want to miss. Prices start at £25 at the back of the Grand Circle and go up to around £100 for seats in the centre Stalls and front of the Royal Circle.

& Juliet cheap tickets are not hard to find, as there have historically been plenty of offers, decent seats for less than £50, and money-saving options for a variety of budgets.

& Juliet Discount Tickets

Discounts and exclusive prices are often available, with past savings of up to 40%. The show has also been a familiar fixture in seasonal promotions such as London Theatre Week. 

There are only a few weeks until this pop-fuelled Shakespearean hit leaves the West End, so offers past the beginning of March are currently unavailable. If you want to catch the show before it closes and can’t find money off on your preferred date, seats costing £50 or less in the Grand Circle have a good, unrestricted view of the stage.

When To Book Tickets

There is good availability whether you book in advance or at the last minute, but tickets costing less than £50 are becoming limited on weekends for the remainder of the show’s run.

Dynamic pricing can save you some money if you don’t mind booking at the last minute and can’t find advance tickets within your budget. Some cheap tickets for & Juliet cost up to £10 less a day or two before the performance, compared to the same seats a week later. 

£25 & Juliet day seats and rush tickets are also useful for last-minute savings. Day seats must be purchased in person at the box office on the day of the performance, and rush tickets can be purchased online from 10am, via TodayTix.

Top Tips For Your Visit

Shaftesbury Theatre is the West End’s largest independent theatre and boasts some great facilities. The 1911 Stalls Bar takes pre-bookings for tables, and you can enjoy some light snacks or grazing boards before a performance. Prices start at £25 and include a choice of Brewdog beers or wine.

If you would rather take your own refreshments into the theatre to save money, cold sweets and snacks and plastic bottles of water and soft drinks are all allowed. 

The theatre’s cloakroom has limited space, so consider checking websites like Luggage Hero or Stasher to find local, good-value storage space for any large items including suitcases. 

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Playing at

Shaftesbury Theatre
210 Shaftesbury Avenue
Seating Plan

Shaftesbury Theatre seating plan

Booking period

2nd Nov 2019

29th Sep 2023

25th Mar 2023

Running time

2 hours 30 mins (including an interval)


Best for age 12+