Sunset Boulevard Ticket Prices
Head to the faded beauty of the Hollywood Hills, where Nicole Scherzinger is film star Norma Desmond in this fresh and exciting revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical! With star casting and a prestige director in Jamie Lloyd, tickets can cost over £200. Don’t be put off however, because the cheapest seats are just £20 and there are plenty of options for less than £60.
Full details of any ticket schemes are to be confirmed, but there are lots of ways to secure cheap tickets for Sunset Boulevard. Follow our advice below and you can brag about watching one of the year’s hottest shows without blowing your budget!
Sunset Boulevard Discount Tickets
Discounts are not currently available. Because this is a popular, limited-run production, they may be quite rare. Having said that, London Theatre Week is expected to return in late August with prices from £25. There is no confirmation that Sunset Boulevard will be featured but it is worth checking just in case exclusive prices are available.
Director Jamie Lloyd is a champion of theatre accessibility and in the past has spearheaded ticket schemes for NHS workers and young people. We will update this page with more information if any schemes are announced.
If you don’t want to gamble on offers becoming available, the best way to get Sunset Boulevard cheap tickets is to compare seats using theatrgeoer tips from SeatPlan and Theatre Monkey. A lot of seats under £60 are marked restricted view, so photos and comments from people who have sat in them are invaluable when you decide how much you want to spend.
When To Book Tickets
Availability for the show is currently fair, but if you want to secure seats - especially in the cheaper price bands - we advise booking at least a month in advance because buzz and demand will grow.
Some seats are about 10% cheaper on weekdays (Monday - Thursday) compared to the weekend (Friday - Saturday) but these are in the more expensive price bands.
Day Seat, Lottery and Rush ticket schemes are to be announced for this show. We will add information as it becomes available.
Top Tips For Your Visit
The Savoy Theatre is very easy to reach on public transport and is within walking distance of free central London attractions such as Covent Garden and the National Gallery.
The venue’s cloakroom does not accept large bags and luggage, so you may need to store them elsewhere. Stasher luggage storage locations are good value and convenient for theatregoers.
If you are driving into central London, you may be able to save 50% on indoor parking with the Q-Park Theatreland scheme. Details are on the Q-Park website.Buy tickets
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Savoy Court, The Strand
21st Sep 2023
29th Sep 2023
6th Jan 2024
Will be confirmed when show opens
Best for age 12+