Macbeth Ticket Prices
Step inside the historic Shakespeare’s Globe and experience this incredible tragedy as it may have originally been seen. This truly unique theatre experience is also one of the most affordable in London. Standing tickets start at just £5, and the most expensive seat is £77.
It is very easy to see this show for less, with cheap tickets for Macbeth available at every single performance. We have shared some top tips below so you can sit, stand and enjoy a play at London’s most famous open-air theatre in a way that suits you and your budget.
Globe Theatre Macbeth Discount Tickets
Discounts are sometimes available for Shakespeare’s Globe shows, but none have been announced for Macbeth so far.
In the absence of offers, we recommend comparing restricted view seats under £40 carefully on SeatPlan. Theatregoers who have previously attended shows at the Globe have added photos and comments describing their experience, so you can make a decision about sitting in these cheaper seats or standing at a bargain price of £13 or less.
Standing tickets in the Yard are highly recommended because they are both cheap and promise a one-of-a-kind view of the show. You can move around to get the view you want, and staff are on hand at any time, to assist if you feel faint or unwell.
When To Book Tickets
Tickets have sold well for the first few performances, so we advise booking at least a couple of weeks in advance if you want to secure seats in a particular price band. Standing tickets are cheaper if you book early, but even if you book at the last minute they are still the cheapest - and most unique - way to see this show.
Prices are usually the same whether you book tickets for a midweek or weekend performance, so flexibility is not as important as it is for big West End shows, when midweek is cheaper. Weekend standing tickets in the Yard will sell more quickly, however.
Top Tips For Your Visit
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre is on the south bank of the River Thames, a short walk from some of London’s most impressive free attractions including Tate Modern and Southwark Cathedral. The venue itself has a bookshop to browse, cafes and a £25 guided tour.
Take advantage of being on the south side of the river and walk along to the National Theatre and Southbank, two iconic buildings with lots to explore, and cheap street food markets outside. Borough Market is also a great place to have a quick bite to eat at a good price.
The venue’s cloakroom is currently closed, so only bring what you need. If you are standing, wear comfortable shoes. You are welcome to bring your own water. Umbrellas are not allowed, so bring a hood if you think it will rain!Buy tickets
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