We Will Rock You Ticket Prices
The exhilarating rock musical returns to London, ready to perform Queen’s greatest hits to its biggest audience yet. Ticket prices at the awe-inspiring London Coliseum, one of the West End’s biggest theatres, range from £25 to over £150, and the majority of tickets under £50 are in the Upper Circle and Balcony.
This strictly limited season has already been included in one of the West End’s top promotions and we have plenty of extra tips for getting cheap We Will Rock You tickets.
Discount We Will Rock You Tickets
Get Exclusive Prices for Monday - Thursday evening performances from 28 June. Book by 4 April 2023.
The show has already been included in 2023’s London Theatre Week promotion from 20 February - 5 March 2023, so other exclusive prices and discounts may become available closer to its opening date or during the run.
If you do not want to wait to book tickets, other ways to get cheap tickets for We Will Rock You include researching which seats give you the best value for your budget. The box office has some computer-generated view from seat images, but if you want advice and photos from real theatregoers, check SeatPlan or Theatremonkey.
If tickets remain unsold closer to the performance date, the show may use dynamic pricing and drop the cost of some seats. We will update with more information closer to the time.
When To Book Tickets
There is good availability for the musical throughout its run, but weekends will sell quicker, and as the summer holidays approach you can expect cheaper seats to become few and far between.
When choosing a date, matinee tickets on Thursdays are a little bit cheaper than weekend matinees, even during the school holidays.
If you want to buy We Will Rock You tickets last minute, the London Coliseum has previously released £10 Standing tickets in the back of the Dress Circle and Upper Circle for some performances. This has not been confirmed for 2023.
Top Tips For Your Visit
The London Coliseum is located just a few minutes walk away from the National Portrait Gallery and National Gallery, which both have free exhibitions. In the summer, many visitors like to enjoy packed lunches or take-out food on the steps of St Martin-in-the-Fields or in Trafalgar Square.
The theatre has its own shop with a variety of show memorabilia and other items, as well as a restaurant and bars with everything from wines and cocktails to sandwiches. Small cold snacks and bottles of water or squash from outside the venue can be brought in as well.
There is no cloakroom, so look for local Stasher or Bounce locations for storing any larger items. Nearby Charing Cross station also has left luggage facilities that can be pre-booked.Buy tickets
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