The King and I Ticket Prices
If you’re in the mood for a classic musical with gorgeous costumes and some of the best songs in the playbook, this Rodgers & Hammerstein show is one to watch. It might be a Golden Age musical, but you don’t need to own blocks of gold to enjoy it in London: prices start at just £22.50, and rise to around £150, with lots of tickets available for less than £70.
This musical opens in 2024 so information about last-minute deals and ticket schemes are to be confirmed. For now, check our tips below and you’ll be able to “whistle a happy tune” with The King and I cheap tickets!
The King and I Discount Tickets
This production hits London fresh off a big UK tour, and like many shows at the Dominion Theatre we expect it to be included in some big West End promotions such as London Theatre Week and Black Friday. These are popular times to book, as you can get tickets from £15 with a great view of the stage.
If you want to book early and can’t find a discount, we recommend using seating advice from SeatPlan and Theatre Monkey to decide which tickets are the best value. The Dominion is a very big venue but there are some fantastic views to be found across the auditorium. Theatregoers contribute tips, photos and advice to these websites, and they are a go-to resource if you want cheap tickets for The King and I.
When To Book Tickets
There is good availability across all price bands at the moment, but we recommend booking a month or more in advance to make sure you get the seats you want within your budget.
If you are able to attend on a weekday (Monday - Thursday), do so: tickets are between 5% and 20% cheaper on these days compared to peak Friday - Saturday performances. The exception to this is during school holidays when weekdays and weekends are about the same price.
Rush schemes, returns rates and Day Seats have not been confirmed for this show yet, but many productions at the Dominion Theatre are featured as £25 Rush tickets on TodayTix.
Top Tips For Your Visit
The Dominion Theatre is just across the road from Tottenham Court Road station and is ideally located for public transport. If you are driving, you can save up to 50% on off-road parking with Q-Park’s Theatreland scheme.
Some local restaurants have discounts for people attending a show. More information is available on the official website.
The venue has a cloakroom that charges £2 per item. Booster seats can be rented for £1.
A range of snacks such as ice cream and drinks including non-alcoholic options are available at the bars. Thrifty theatregoers are welcome to bring a soft drink in a plastic bottle and small, discreet cold snacks for the interval.Buy tickets
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268-269 Tottenham Court Road
20th Jan 2024
2nd Mar 2024
Will be confirmed when show opens