LOVEtheatre cheered theatre-goers up with cheap theatre tickets on Blue Monday by advertising 20 shows for £20 (or less). But don’t worry, they have amazing deals all the time!
What is Blue Monday?
Apparently it’s the most depressing day of the year. It falls on the third Monday of January and is supposedly a mathematical equation. In 2004 psychologist Cliff Arnall created a formula that took into account weather conditions, debt, time since Christmas and low motivational levels, which calculated that date. Lots of people have said it’s complete nonsense but I’m sure we can all agree January is a dull month that drags!
Who are LOVEtheatre?
You might not have heard of them, but they are a trusted site that I’ve booked through loads! They’re a multi award winning agent for booking London theatre tickets. You’ve probably heard of The Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) who own them. LOVEtheatre usally have the best offers from no booking fees to discounted seats.
How do I get cheap theatre tickets?
From Monday 20 – Friday 25 January you could get £20 (or less) theatre tickets to some of Londons top West End shows. But don’t forget they offer incredible prices all year round.
They have a great selection of shows including:
Waitress: Jenna is an expert pie-maker who dreams of happiness but when a hot new doctor arrives life gets complicated. Music by Sara Bareilles. Tickets from £19. Saving up to 40%.
Only Fools and Horses: The Trotters of Peckham have returned in musical form and Del Boy, Rodney and the gang haven’t changed a bit. Cushty! Tickets from £18.
Come From Away: The musical everyone is raving about. It shares the incredible real-life story of the 7,000 air passengers who were grounded in Canada during the wake of 9/11. Tickets from £17.
The Comedy about a Bank Robbery: The funniest show in the West End! A Bank has a priceless diamond that an escaped convict is dead set on pocketing but everything goes wrong. Tickets from £11. Saving up to 65%.
The Great Gatsby: A fully immersive show, which puts you in the heart of the action. Slip on your dancing shoes and watch the story unfold in this unique performance. Tickets from £20. Save up to 48%.
School of Rock: Based on the hit movie where a wannabe rock star decides to earn an extra bit of cash by posing as a supply teacher. Tickets from £18.
Mamma Mia!: Set on a Greek island, its a story of love and friendship cleverly told through the timeless songs of ABBA. Tickets from £18. Here’s my review from the Mamma Mia! tour.
Treat yourself or a friend to a West End theatre show and don’t miss these cheap theatre tickets deal from LOVEtheatre!