Why Am I So Single? Tickets

Why Am I So Single Ticket Prices

British musical theatre stars - and creators of SIX the Musical - Toby Moss and Lucy Marlow’s latest show is a hilarious, witty and moving look at 21st-century dating that’s perfect for a new generation of West End theatre fans. Affordability is a big concern for the duo, so ticket prices start at just £20 and do not currently exceed £130; compared to the almost £200 for premium tickets at other musicals, this is on the lower end of the spectrum.

As the musical is yet to open, details of discounts, Rush or Day Seat schemes are to be confirmed, but you can still find cheap Why Am I So Single tickets ahead of its London premiere. Keep reading for tips and tricks to save money on your theatre trip.

Why Am I So Single Discount Tickets

As mentioned, this new musical has not yet opened and there have been no offers so far. It is expected to run for several months, however, so keep an eye on London Theatre Week in late summer and the Black Friday sales, when you might be able to snap up tickets from as little as £15. You can also get updates on offers from us by signing up for alerts.

If you cannot find a discount, the best way to secure cheap tickets for Why Am I So Single is by checking reviews for restricted views on Theatre Monkey and SeatPlan. The Garrick Theatre has several restricted view seats. Although they are the cheapest tickets, you may prefer to spend a little more to avoid large pillars blocking the stage.

When To Book Tickets

There is currently good availability for most dates across all price bands. The preview period before press night is until mid-June, and tickets are cheaper across the board during this time. Off-peak performances are also cheaper, so if you can attend on a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Sunday evening, you will pay up to 10% less. 

Last-minute ticket options including Day Seats and Rush are to be confirmed.

Top Tips For Your Visit

The Garrick Theatre is in central London, close to several major attractions including the free Covent Garden market and Carnaby Street. Theatre fans should check out the Theatre Cafe Diner - though pre-booking is advised - and merchandise shops to pick up some souvenirs. 

The cloakroom has limited space, so try to bring small bags that can be stored at your feet in the auditorium. Storage facilities such as Stasher are available if you need to store large items and suitcases.

Bars at the Garrick are stocked with plenty of drinks and nibbles but can be pricey. To save money, we suggest you bring your own bottled drinks and small snacks for the interval.

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Playing at

Garrick Theatre
Charing Cross Road
Seating Plan

Garrick Theatre seating plan

Booking period

27th Aug 2024

13th Feb 2025

Running time

Will be confirmed when show opens


Best for age 14+