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& Juliet Day Seats & Rush Tickets for Shaftesbury Theatre in West End

How to get & Juliet musical London cheap last minute tickets

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Here’s how to get your hands on cheap last minute day seat tickets to & Juliet in London’s West End.

& Juliet is the jukebox musical that retells the classic Shakespeare tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by asking: what if Juliet’s fateful ending was in fact just her beginning?

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The musical features a collection of iconic songs written by Max Martin including Break Free (Ariana Grande), …Baby One More Time (Britney Spears), Teenage Dream (Katy Perry) Everybody (Backstreet Boys), Can’t Feel My Face (The Weeknd) and It’s My Life (Bon Jovi).

The show recently reopened at Shaftesbury Theatre following the pandemic and is currently booking to 13 February 2022.

& Juliet Day Seats & Rush Tickets

& Juliet is currently offering online day seats for £25 each.

Ten tickets will be made available each day from 10AM on the day of performances. Tickets can be purchased via the official website here.

In addition to the online day seats, a limited number of £25 Rush tickets will be available from 10AM on the day of performances via the TodayTix app.

The standard performance schedule for the current West End run is Monday – Saturday at 7:30PM with Saturday at matinees at 2:30PM.

The show runs for 2 hours 30 minutes with interval.

& Juliet is currently booking at the Shaftesbury Theatre to 13 February 2022.

Returning to the & Juliet cast are Miriam-Teak Lee in the title role with Cassidy Janson as Anne Hathaway, Oliver Tompsett as William Shakespeare, David Bedella as Lance, Jordan Luke Gage as Romeo, Melanie La Barrie as Nurse and Tim Mahendran as Francois. Joining them will be Alex Thomas-Smith in the role of May.

Completing the company are Roshani Abbey, Jocasta Almgill, Josh Baker, Ivan De Freitas, Rhian Duncan, Kieran Lai, Nathan Lorainey-Dineen, Jaye Marshall, Grace Mouat, Antoine Murray-Straughan, Billy Nevers, Kerri Norville, Christopher Parkinson, Kirstie Skivington, Alex Tranter, Sophie Usher and Rhys Wilkinson.

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