Wicked London is one of the West End’s most popular shows – here’s how to grab yourself cheap day seat tickets!
A West End staple, Wicked has been running at the Apollo Victoria Theatre now for over 10 years.
The magical tale reveals the ‘true untold story’ behind the Wizard Of Oz and just what happened before Dorothy dropped in. Featuring some of musical theatre’s most iconic songs, such as Defying Gravity, Wicked will send your spirits soaring to heights you’ll never forget.
Wicked is currently playing at the Apollo Victoria Theatre on Wilton Road, London, SW12.
Currently booking through until Saturday, 30 November 2019, the show has a running time of 2 hours, 45 minutes with an interval. Performances are on Monday-Saturday at 7:30pm with Wednesday & Saturday matinees at 2:30pm.
Wicked Day Seat tickets
Front row Wicked London Day Seats cost £29.50 and are available in person from the Apollo Victoria Theatre box office on the day of the performance from 10AM.
You’ll need to queue at the Wilton Road entrance. There is a limit of two tickets per person, sold on a first come, first served basis. Day seats are subject to availability and released at the discretion of the Box Office.
Typically there are 24 tickets available per performance, however as always this number is subject to availability.
Currently, Wicked in the West End does not offer Rush tickets or a lottery.
Wicked student tickets
As well as regular Wicked London day seats, the show offers ‘best available’ seats for £29.50 to those with valid student ID. Just like day seats, they’re available on the day of the performance only, in person at the Box Office from 10AM.
Note that Student Day Seats are NOT available for Saturday evening performances and peak periods.
Wicked London Day Seats – top tips
Get there early!
Although the box office may open at 10AM, people will start queueing up much earlier. You’ll probably want to arrive at least 1-2 hours beforehand, especially on peak performance days such as weekends or school holidays.
Prepare for the weather
The queue is outside the theatre and the British weather is notorious, so make sure you come prepared, especially in the winter. Keep warm and dry!
Take cash and cards
It’s highly recommended you bring enough cash with you to pay for tickets in case of problems (e.g. broken card machines, banking issues).
Don’t waste your time
There are typically a maximum of 24 Day Seats per performance, so 48 on a two-show day. If you arrive and the queue is already halfway down the street, don’t bother joining it if you only want Day Seats. Remember though there may be other types of seats available.
Important disclaimer: All information is provided in good faith and is correct to the best of our knowledge at time of writing. Please note that policies and circumstances can change at any time and day seats are always given at the discretion of the box office on the day. We cannot accept responsibility for any changes or errors nor any subsequent damages or losses incurred as a result.