The Crucible Ticket Prices
Arthur Miller’s classic play is ferocious, haunting and urgent in this 5-star revival, currently playing in the West End direct from the National Theatre. With a stellar cast and stunning set design, this show has all the marks of prestige, but you can easily see it for under £70. Prices start at just £20, and premium seats cost up to £150.
If you want to secure cheap tickets for The Crucible, there are a number of options for saving money including day seat schemes, last-minute booking hacks and more. We have shared the best tips below.
The Crucible Discount Tickets
There have been some discounts and exclusive prices for this limited-run production, so it is worth keeping an eye out for offers. Sign up below and we can send an email to let you know.
If offers aren’t available on your chosen date, the best way to get good-value seats is by checking reviews on SeatPlan. Theatregoers upload photos of their view and leave comments and tips so you can decide if a restricted view seat is worth it, or whether you want to pay a bit more for a better view.
Another option is to take advantage of dynamic pricing, which means some seats drop in price on the day of the show if they remain unsold. When we compared prices for today and a week from now, we found that you can save up to 20% in some price bands if you book on the day!
When To Book Tickets
Availability is good for this show, so you will be able to book last minute (and as mentioned maybe take advantage of dynamic pricing to sit in slightly better seats). It never hurts to book in advance however if you want to make sure you have the best choice of The Crucible cheap tickets. When booking, be aware that weekends are usually more expensive. If you can be flexible, book tickets for a Monday - Thursday performance when some tickets are up to 25% cheaper.
A limited number of Rush tickets are available for £25 at this production. These are released on the TodayTix app at 10am each day, for that day’s performance(s). The location of Rush seats is at the venue’s discretion but expect to enjoy a good saving.
Top Tips For Your Visit
The Gielgud Theatre is in central London with very good public transport links. If you are driving in, check Q-Park’s Theatreland scheme; you may be able to save up to 50% on off-road parking with a valid theatre ticket.
The venue has a cloakroom that charges £1 per item. Larger items such as suitcases may not be taken by the cloakroom so we advise leaving these at your hotel after check-out or finding a Luggage Hero location nearby for affordable storage.
The bars at this venue have a range of cold snacks and drinks including alcohol. If you want to save money on interval refreshments, you can also bring in your own bottles of water and small, cold snacks such as sweets.
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35 Shaftesbury Avenue
7th Jun 2023
29th Sep 2023
2nd Sep 2023
Will be confirmed when show opens
Best for age 12+