Kiss Me Kate Ticket Prices
Brush up your Shakespeare and get ready to enjoy a Golden Age classic, starring Line of Duty's Adrian Dunbar and Broadway star Stephanie J. Block! This musical will leave you beaming from ear to ear, and with a company of over 50, promises to be a big-budget spectacle. Ticket prices range from around £30 to over £200, but don't worry about spending a fortune; there are lots of ways to get cheap tickets to Kiss Me Kate and still have an unforgettable time.
Kiss Me Kate Discount Tickets
So far, there have not been any offers for this huge revival of Cole Porter's musical, but mark a few dates in your calendar for potential savings: London Theatre Week, the industry's biggest promotion all year, is expected to return in spring 2024 and we would be surprised if Kiss Me Kate was not featured! You can secure cheaper tickets from £15 and £25 during the promotion.
If you want the best value tickets but cannot find a discount, choose where you sit carefully. Websites like SeatPlan and Theatre Monkey are really useful for this because they provide user-submitted photos and comments that give an idea of the experience in each price band. This is especially helpful if you are considering a restricted-view seat, such as those at either end of the Upper Circle.
Young Barbican £10 tickets are available via the official website, and Rush/Day Seat schemes are to be confirmed.
When to Book Tickets
Availability for Kiss Me Kate is currently good. If you want the most choice across price bands, we advise booking at least a month ahead because the Barbican's summer musical often sells very well in advance.
If you can attend a midweek performance, you may be able to book tickets cheaper than at the weekend. The same holds true for matinees, but make sure to compare before booking.
Top Tips for Your Visit
The Barbican Theatre is located within the Barbican Centre complex, and you can make a whole day of it just by exploring this remarkable building! Architecture fans will enjoy walking amongst the brutalist towers, tropical plant lovers can pop into the free Barbican Conservatory, and there are lots of places both inside and out to sit and relax with a book - or just to take in the view. Other must-see attractions nearby are the Roman City Walls.
There is a cloakroom at the venue and it is suggested that you pay a £2 voluntary contribution when storing items here.
A cafe and several bars are on-site at the Barbican Centre, so you have lots of options for refreshments. Inside the theatre itself, you can bring a bottle of water and small, cold snacks to eat at the interval.Buy tickets
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1st Jun 2024
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14th Sep 2024
Will be confirmed when show opens