TodayTix launches Off West End Theatre Week with tickets from £10

off west end theatre week

TodayTix has announced a new campaign celebrating the best of Off West End productions.

Off West End Theatre Week will see ticket deals for a variety of shows this summer.


Participating shows are offering tickets from £10 – £25 for over 25 Off West End productions at venues including the Bridge Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre, and The Old Vic.

Off West End Theatre Week will run for two weeks from 27 June until 10 July 2022.

TodayTix Group Co-Founder and President Merritt Baer said: “We’re so excited for the opportunity to showcase some of London’s best hidden gems in our Off-West End Theatre Week sale. We hope that this gives theatregoers the chance to discover something new or revisit old favourites at a great price.”

Productions in the Off West End Theatre Week campaign include Henry VIII and Julius Caesar (Shakespeare’s Globe), Sh!tfaced Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet (Leicester Square Theatre), Millennials (The Other Palace), Tango After Dark, House of Flamenka, Trockadero de Monte Carlo A & B, and Beyond Bollywood (Peacock Theatre), The West: An Immersive Experience (COLAB Tavern), Handbagged and The Darkest Part of the Night (Kiln Theatre) and Closer (Lyric Hammersmith).

Also taking part are A-Typical Rainbow (The Turbine Theatre), The Fellowship (Hampstead Theatre), Mulan Rouge (The Vaults), The Canterville Ghost and Yeast Nation (Southwark Playhouse), That is Not Who I Am (Royal Court Theatre), The Great Gatsby (Gatsby’s Mansion – Immersive LDN) and Tony! The Tony Blair Rock Opera (Park Theatre).

Plus, Yummy: Iconic (Underbelly Festival, Cavendish Square), Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch (Underbelly Festival, Earl’s Court), The Southbury Child (Bridge Theatre), Jitney (The Old Vic), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (St Paul’s Church), and Tom, Dick & Harry (Alexandra Palace), A Single Man (Park Theatre), Briefs: Bite Club (Southbank Centre).

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