You can buy tickets either by phone, online or at the box office. 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. Everyone in your party must have their own seat and there is no discount for children.
All tickets include a mandatory £1 restoration levy, which is spent on essential renovation work, upkeep and maintenance. What a good idea!
Book your tickets by calling 0844 482 9675, where a helpful staff member will arrange your ticket and answer your questions. Pre-bought tickets can be collected from the theatre on the day of the performance during the hour before the show starts. Don't forget to take the card with which you bought your tickets as well as your booking reference number.
The Vaudeville theatre box office is inside the building, open 10am to 8pm Monday to Saturday.
Make sure you find a STAR accredited online theatre tickets retailer. Just look for the official STAR logo.
STAR means the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers. They are bound by strict rules that ensure you're properly protected if something goes wrong. They will make sure the face value of tickets is always displayed clearly and tell you about any issues with stage views before you buy.
Many online sellers let you print their own theatre tickets instead of picking them up in person or getting them in the post. It's faster, more environmentally friendly and cheaper. Remember to print a ticket for every person in your group – you each need a separate ticket.
Groups of 8 or more qualify for seat discounts, a great way to get a bargain night out for family celebrations, school trips, work outings and any occasion where there's a gang of you.
Disabled people and their carers can get excellent discounts. Phone the special access line on 0844 482 9677, where staff will answer any questions you may have about access and accessibility.