Witness for the Prosecution Ticket Prices
For a truly unique theatre experience, this Agatha Christie classic in an immersive courtroom setting cannot be beaten. It is also one of the most affordable shows in London: ticket prices range from £12 to £100.
At these prices, it is very easy to book cheap tickets for Witness for the Prosecution. Below we’ve shared some extra tips to help you get the best value for your budget with seasonal promotions, last minute deals and more.
Witness for the Prosecution Discount Tickets
This isn’t a show that you will see on offer every other week, but mark big promotions such as Black Friday or London Theatre Week in your calendar for better seats at lower prices.
For young people, £25 tickets for under 26s can be bought from the box office, subject to availability.
If an offer is not available on your chosen date, we recommend comparing the view from seats you are happy to pay full price for, to decide what is the best value for money. Some of the cheapest seats have decent views, but others have large pillars in your eyeline. You may want to pay a bit extra to ensure a clearer view of the stage. Check SeatPlan or Theatremonkey for reviews from real theatregoers.
When To Book Tickets
For the best choice of seats across all price bands, book a few weeks in advance. Always compare Saturday and Sunday matinees if you are in London for the weekend and want Witness for the Prosecution cheap tickets. On Sundays, you can pay up to £10 less for some seats. This may not be the case during school holidays, as prices rise to be consistent across the whole week.
If you want to try for a last minute bargain, same-day rush tickets for Witness for the Prosecution are available from 10am. You can book up to two tickets for £25 each.
Top Tips For Your Visit
County Hall is located on the South Bank of the River Thames, opposite the Houses of Parliament. Some expensive attractions such as the London Eye are nearby, but you can skip this and explore free exhibitions and sightseeing along the river. There is a market under the bridge by the Southbank Centre with lots of cheap street food and bric-a-brac to browse.
There is no cloakroom, so you will need to either store your bags under your seat or use an off-site facility such as Stasher.
During the interval, the bars stock a range of gins, spirits, soft drinks and ice cream, but you can also bring your own small cold snacks and a bottle of water to save money.Buy tickets
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London County Hall
London County Hall
14th Sep 2021
30th May 2023
28th Apr 2024
2 hours 15 minutes (including an interval)
Best for age 10+. Babes in arms not admitted