Choir of Man Ticket Prices
Raise a glass at this spirited musical, which features rousing renditions of pop and rock classics, a working bar on stage and a tribute to our favourite meeting place: the local pub. This short and sweet 90-minute show is reasonably priced for the West End, with tickets starting at around £23 and rising to around £100 for premium seats.
There are lots of Choir of Man cheap tickets available both at face value and through regular offers and last-minute ticket options. We have outlined all the best ways to save money on this barnstorming show below.
The Choir of Man Discount Tickets
Discounts for The Choir of Man are easy to find and you can save as much as 30% if you take advantage of these offers throughout the year. The show has also been included in some of the biggest West End promotions including London Theatre Week. The next London Theatre Week is expected to be in early September and prices have historically started at £15.
If discounts are not available on your chosen date, we recommend looking at the front two rows fo the Stalls. These seats are cheaper because the stage is high, but for this particular show they add to the atmosphere. If you are on or near an aisle you might even be invited on stage!
When To Book Tickets
It is best to book at least a couple of weeks in advance to ensure the best options across every price band, but there are usually a handful of tickets available last minute as well. Friday - Saturday performances are more expensive than midweek, with some tickets 20% cheaper on Monday - Thursdays.
Standing tickets are available for around £18, from the box office website on the day of the show. Day seats may also be available - contact the box office for more information.
Rush tickets are available on the day of a performance and cost £25. These are limited in number and released at 10am on the TodayTix app. They can sell out quickly, so try to log on as close to 10am as possible.
Top Tips For Your Visit
The Arts Theatre is in central London, not far from Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square. Whilst it is easy to reach on public transport, the venue is also part of the Q-Park Theatreland parking scheme. Using this scheme can save you 50% on off-street parking if you are driving into central London.
There is no cloakroom at the venue; if you need to store larger bags, look for Stasher or Luggage Hero locations nearby.
You can take sealed bottles of water into the theatre if you want to save money on interval refreshments.Buy tickets
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29th Oct 2021
29th Sep 2023
18th Feb 2024
Will be confirmed when show opens
Best for age 12+