Like most theatres in London, tickets for the middle of the stalls and front section of the dress circle tend to be the most expensive and provide the best views of the stage
All audience members must have their own seat
There's no discount for children's tickets
All tickets include a mandatory £1 restoration levy, clearly marked on each ticket and used to pay for restoration and maintenance
If you would like to book your tickets in person, it's very straightforward. Just make your way to the theatre's own box office inside the building on Shaftesbury Avenue. It's open Mondays to Saturdays from 10am to 8pm.
It makes sense to choose an online theatre ticket seller with STAR accreditation. STAR approved retailers obey rules and regulations to ensure you're protected. They'll help you if something goes wrong, are clear about ticket prices and will let you know about any stage view restrictions up front.
If the website says you can print off your tickets from home, don't forget to print everything you need including a separate ticket for each individual.
Are there more than 8 of you? If so you'll save money because groups of 8 or more can claim discounted tickets. It's ideal for larger group outings like birthdays, stag and hen parties, school trips, social groups and even work outings.
If you're disabled, you and your carer can get discounted tickets. Just phone the theatre's special access number, 0844 482 5137, for friendly support and answers to all your access and accessibility questions.