Mrs Doubtfire Ticket Prices
Yoo-hoo! Guess who’s in the West End dearies? The Mrs Doubtfire musical is a fantastic new show for both theatre fans and film fans to enjoy, with a dazzling central performance from Gabriel Vick. Ticket prices are about average for the West End, and currently start at £22.50, rising to £190.
This is a new musical but don’t worry poppets, there are ways to save money on your theatre trip with cheap Mrs Doubtfire tickets! Some offers are already available and below we have shared more top tips including last-minute booking and ways to choose the perfect seats for your budget.
Mrs Doubtfire Discount Tickets
Offers are not available all the time for this show because it is still in its first few months, but keep an eye out for promotions such as Kids Week and London Theatre Week, when lots of big West End shows have exclusive prices starting at just £15. The next London Theatre Week is expected to be in late August or early September.
The best way to get cheap tickets to Mrs Doubtfire at full price is to compare seats and choose a hidden gem. Websites like SeatPlan and Theatre Monkey have fantastic advice and real photos of the view from seat, so you know what to expect when you book rather than when you arrive. Another easy way to save money is to book on the day, when some unsold seats drop in price. You can save as much as £10-15 with this method.
When To Book Tickets
This show is generating a lot of buzz so try to book at least three weeks in advance for the best choice of seats and prices. Weekends (including Friday evenings) are more expensive than weekdays so attend a midweek performance if possible for an easy saving. School holidays are also more expensive because these are considered peak periods.
Day Seats are available from the box office on weekdays, subject to availability. These usually cost £30. Rush tickets are available on the TodayTix app, costing £30 each. You can book up to two tickets from 10am each day.
Top Tips For Your Visit
Shaftesbury Theatre is located in central London and it is the West End’s largest independent theatre. You are very well-connected to local free attractions such as Covent Garden and Leicester Square, and there are some fantastic on-site facilities as well, including the 1911 Stalls Bar. This bar pre-bookings for tables, so you can enjoy light snacks or grazing boards before a performance. Prices start at £25 and drink options include Brewdog beers and wine.
You can also take your own refreshments into the venue to save money. Cold sweets, snacks and plastic water bottles are all allowed.
The cloakroom has limited space, so check websites like Luggage Hero or Stasher to find good value local storage space for any large items you have, including suitcases.Buy tickets
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210 Shaftesbury Avenue
12th May 2023
29th Sep 2023
29th Sep 2024
Will be confirmed when show opens
Best for age 6+