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News and Information from TKTS

Whether you’ve never visited a theatre before, or have sat in almost every auditorium in London, we are here to help.

Here we will keep you posted on London theatre deals, news, special offers and competitions. Plus, we’ve got some top tips to help you get the most from your visit to TKTS.

What's happening in Theatreland

SHOW OF THE WEEK - LET IT BE

We are delighted to announce that our Show of the Week from 29 June - 5 July is Let It Be at the Garrick Theatre.

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TKTS and MasterCard celebrate summer with free ice cream

MasterCard is celebrating summer with TKTS by giving cardholders free interval ice cream when buying theatre tickets at the booth.

From 20...

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SHOW OF THE WEEK - CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

We are delighted to announce that our Show of the Week from 15 - 21 June is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury...

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TKTS - Around the Booth

We love London and we love being in the heart of Leicester Square. Here are some of our top tips to get the most from your visit to us:

Theatre Tokens

If you're looking for that perfect theatre gift, choose Theatre Tokens - the nation's theatre vouchers to enjoy a show at over 240 theatres around the country including all of London's West End. You can buy them from the booth or online now.

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Q-Park car parks

Take advantage of Q-Park's fantastic HALF PRICE car parking offer at participating car parks in London's theatreland when seeing a show at over 40 theatres.

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