The Ocean at the End of the Lane Ticket Prices
Neil Gaiman’s spellbinding dark fairytale is back in London, showcasing incredible feats of stagecraft and theatrical imagination. This show has wowed audiences up and down the country with its remarkable special effects and engrossing story, and it is very accessible no matter your budget. Prices start at just £15, with premium tickets costing up to £150.
With such a wide range in pricing, it is easy to get The Ocean at the End of the Lane cheap tickets, especially if you do your research when it comes to working out where to sit for the best value.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane Discount Tickets
When it was last in London, this enthralling play was included in London Theatre Week and other exclusive offers, with savings of up to £25. The next London Theatre Week is expected to be in late summer; featured shows are to be confirmed but we suggest keeping an eye out because you might be able to book tickets for Ocean at a great price.
As mentioned, there is a wide range of prices at this play with the most expensive ticket being up to ten times more expensive than the cheapest. When there are no discounts, a lot of the cheaper seats are in the Grand Circle and Balcony. Check Theatre Monkey or SeatPlan for advice on which seats are the best value for money up here.
When To Book Tickets
There is good availability across all price bands for this show, but we would recommend booking a couple of weeks in advance to ensure you get the seats you want at the price you want.
Some tickets are cheaper if you can attend a midweek performance. When we compared a Wednesday evening and Saturday evening in the same week in November, there were price differences between 5% and 40%. It’s worth spending an extra ten minutes looking at different dates to see if you can make some savings.
Rush schemes and Day Seats have not been announced yet, but it is worth asking at the box office on the day for any reduced returns.
Top Tips For Your Visit
The Noel Coward Theatre is in central London, on Shaftesbury Avenue. Piccadilly Circus is a short walk away in one direction, with Covent Garden and its many wonderful boutique shops in the other. Public transport is king in this area but if you are driving, check Q-Park’s Theatreland scheme for savings up to 50% on parking.
There is a cloakroom at the venue, operating on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you have larger bags, check Luggage Hero or Stasher for storge options in the area.
The bars at the theatre serve a range of refreshments including ice creams for the interval. You can bring a bottle of water and small cold snacks such as sweets to save money.Buy tickets
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Noel Coward Theatre
St Martins Lane
11th Oct 2023
25th Nov 2023
Will be confirmed when show opens
Best for age 12+