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Long Day's Journey Into Night Tickets

Long Day’s Journey into Night Ticket Prices

After wowing us all in Succession, Brian Cox makes a long-awaited return to the West End in a revival of Eugene O’Neill’s family drama. Long Day’s Journey into Night is a gripping character study with an imposing patriarch at its centre. Star casting does not mean this show is inaccessible, however! Ticket prices start at around £27, with the most expensive premium seats costing up to £215. 

As the show’s opening date gets closer, more information on cheap ticket schemes will be made available. If you want to book in advance there are several ways to get a good deal, including offers in upcoming London theatre sales.

Long Day’s Journey into Night Discount Tickets

Offers for this classic American play have not been commonly available, although we recommend keeping an eye on upcoming seasonal promotions such as London Theatre Week in spring 2024. Many of the West End’s biggest musicals and new plays will be included in these, so you may be able to snap up some cheaper tickets. 

The best way to get good value tickets without discounts is to choose where you sit carefully. Use websites like SeatPlan and Theatre Monkey for photos and comments from real theatregoers about seats, and you might be able to find a hidden gem. This is especially helpful if you are considering a restricted-view seat. 

When to Book Tickets

Availability for Long Day’s Journey into Night is currently good, although the cheaper tickets are selling quickly. If you want the most choice across price bands, we advise booking a few months ahead for the show. 

If you can attend a midweek performance, do; tickets can be up to 10% cheaper. At the time of writing, the difference between ticket prices per seat on a Wednesday evening versus a Saturday evening is between £6 and £20. 

Matinees may also be cheaper in certain price bands on both Saturdays (compared to Saturday evenings) and Wednesdays (compared to Wednesday evenings).

Last-minute Rush or Day Seat schemes are to be confirmed.

Top Tips for Your Visit

Wyndham’s Theatre is in central London, next to Trafalgar Square and a short walk from Charing Cross Station. Its brilliant location means you can do lots of sightseeing before a show. 

There is a cloakroom at the venue operating on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you have large bags you may need to store them at a local Stasher or Luggage Hero location for a small fee.

Three bars serve a range of snacks and refreshments including alcohol. You can bring in plastic bottled drinks to save money, as well as small cold snacks. Hot food is not permitted from outside.

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Playing at

Wyndham's Theatre
Charing Cross Rd
Seating Plan

Wyndham's Theatre seating plan

Booking period

19th Mar 2024

15th May 2024

8th Jun 2024

Running time

Will be confirmed when show opens


Best for age 12+