You can buy tickets for the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in person, from the theatre’s box office itself, online or by phone. Like most theatres in London, tickets for the middle of the stalls and front section of the grand circle tend to be the best, therefore the most pricey. There's no discount for children.
Every ticket includes a £1 restoration levy, clearly marked on each ticket and put aside for essential renovation work, upkeep and ongoing maintenance.
The box office is inside the theatre on Catherine Street. It's open:
There are so many online ticket sellers to choose from. And there are plenty of cowboys around. But you can stay safe by buying your theatre tickets from a STAR accredited provider.
STAR stands for the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers, identified by the official STAR logo. They comply with strict rules about customer service and quality, helping to protect your consumer rights. They make sure the tickets' face value is shown, for example, and that any stage view restrictions are made clear before you buy. They also act as a regulatory body, intervening for you if things go wrong.
Some online retailers let you print your own tickets at home rather than collecting from the box office or having them sent in the post. It's quick, convenient and environmentally friendly... just remember to print off all your tickets, one for every party member.
Groups of eight or more qualify for special reduced group theatre ticket rates, perfect if you're planning a party, celebration or outing.
If you are disabled, you and your career can take advantage of a special discount. Simply phone the theatre's access line on 0844 412 4648 for friendly, expert help.