About the showDisney musical Mary Poppins flies back into London’s West End to spread a little magic amongst audiences. A classic musical packed with laughter, mischief and plenty of sparkle, Mary Poppins is the perfect show for any theatre lover and a wonderful treat for the whole family at London’s Prince Edward Theatre.
How to get cheap Mary Poppins ticketsFor most Disney productions, DisneyTickets Magical Mondays (formerly Disney Day Seats) are a great way to book discounted tickets for that week’s performances. Unfortunately, Mary Poppins is not currently a participating show in the Magical Mondays promotion. However, there are other ways to secure fantastic seats at good prices.
A great way to snag Mary Poppins for cheap is with Day Seats from the official website. Each day at 10.30am, a limited number of £30 tickets are released for performances on the same day, with a limit of 2 per customer. This is the perfect option for pairs hoping to snap up cheap Mary Poppins tickets, but you have to be quick!
If you are planning to see the show with a bunch of friends, group bookings of 10 or more people can see individual tickets worth up to £89.50 reduced to a very affordable £39.50 for Monday – Friday performances. Like Magical Mondays, details for group bookings can be found on the official site.
A terrific way to get great seats at excellent value for Mary Poppins is to sit in one of the various ‘loges’ in the Dress Circle of the Prince Edward Theatre. These seats are similar to boxes in that they are separate from the main rows of the Dress Circle, with each loge consisting of only 2-4 seats. The loges are staggered so there is no risk of patrons in front blocking your view. Prices in the front loges (LG6 and LG1) are comparable to those in Row E of the Dress Circle, where you will have four rows of heads potentially obscuring your view and likely many more laps to squeeze past to get in and out of your seat! User reviews on SeatPlan.com rate the loge seats at the Prince Edward Theatre very highly for their view, comfort and value.
Finally, it pays to be flexible with your dates if possible. Prices for the same seat can vary significantly across the week. For example, Wednesday evening tickets can be more than £40 cheaper than the same seat on a Saturday evening or matinee.
Who Should See It?Mary Poppins is recommended 7+. Under 3s will not be admitted into the theatre.
Prince Edward Theatre
28 Old Compton Street
23rd Oct 2019
24th Jun 2022
18th Dec 2022
2 hours 50 minutes (including an interval)
Best for age 7+. Under 5s not permitted. Please be advised that children under the age of 16 may be refused entry if they are not sitting next to an accompanying adult.