"Havers and Hodge on consummate form"
-The Evening Standard-

"a fizzing revival"
-The Telegraph-

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Private Lives Ticket Prices

Visit the French Riviera with Nigel Havers and Patricia Hodge in this classic Noel Coward comedy: a sure-fire hit and always worth your money! Tickets for this classy revival currently start at £25, with premium seats costing up to £113.

Offers have already been available for the show, and there are several other ways to cut the cost of your theatre trip. Keep reading for our full guide to securing cheap Private Lives tickets, so you can laugh at this portrait of warring ex-lovers for less. 

Private Lives Discount Tickets

There have already been some offers for the show during London Theatre Week, and as Black Friday and the Christmas season approaches it is possible that there will be further discounts available. Keep an eye on sites like ours for offers you can’t get at the box office.

If you want to book cheap tickets for Private Lives but cannot find a discount, use websites like Theatre Monkey and SeatPlan for tips and tricks on where to sit. Users at SeatPlan add photos of the view from their seats with ratings, and Theatre Monkey collates comments from theatregoers about good-value seats. The venue is a small and intimate one, so don’t rule out seats closer to the back!

When To Book Tickets

Availability is good across the run, but weekends, Friday evenings and peak periods such as school holidays are a little more expensive than weekdays. Booking in advance is the best way to choose seats across all price bands, but if you can wait for last-minute tickets, you may be able to save some money if unsold seats drop in price. This is not a guarantee, so always compare prices on different dates before booking.

Rush tickets are available from the TodayTix app, at 10am on the day of the performance. These cost £25 each and are limited to two per person.

Top Tips For Your Visit

The Ambassadors Theatre is located in the Seven Dials area of central London, just off Covent Garden and Charing Cross Road. There is a wealth of attractions and food outlets to suit all budgets nearby, and tube stations within walking distance to reach the rest of the city quickly. 

Soft drinks, alcohol, and small bar snacks can be purchased at the theatre, and pre-ordered to avoid queuing at the interval. If you want to save money on refreshments, a bottle of water and nibbles such as chocolate are usually allowed from outside. 

Cloakroom storage may not be available so only bring a bag that can be stored under your seat e.g. a handbag or small backpack. There are luggage storage options nearby including Stasher and Luggage Hero locations; check their website for prices before booking.

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Playing at

Ambassadors Theatre
West Street
London
WC2H 9ND
Seating Plan

Ambassadors Theatre seating plan

Booking period

SHOW OPENED:
31st Aug 2023

BOOKING FROM:
4th Mar 2024

BOOKING UNTIL:
25th Nov 2023

Running time

Will be confirmed when show opens

Children

Best for age 8+