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TKTS On-The-Day tickets available from this weekend

Published 24 October 2020

Unfortunately, in March of 2020 our TKTS booth was forced to close as a result of the global Coronavirus pandemic.

We are, however, committed to bringing you our last minute TKTS deals, and are delighted to say that as of today we are beginning to offer TKTS on-the-day tickets online here, on OfficialLondonTheatre.com/tkts.

Tickets will be released just after midnight for the coming day for available shows and performances for that day only. Today there are tickets for the matinee of Adam Kay’s show, This Is Going To Hurt.

With only a few shows open right now, it’s not quite the same as the 40+ we used to have on our boards, but it’s still the chance for some escapism. As more shows open – TKTS will be able to provide you with more seats to pick from last-minute. The best bit is, you can redeem your Theatre Tokens for these tickets – online!

All on-the-day tickets will be offered under our TKTS name, just here on the Official London Theatre website. These will include great seats, great prices and often amazing discounts! You’ll find them on the TKTS page or by clicking the ‘On-The-Day TKTS’ button on our Theatre Tickets page.

We will continue to provide you with excellent customer service from our knowledgeable staff. Got a question, tweet us @TKTSLondon or DM us on the Official London Theatre Facebook and Instagram. If you have purchased tickets and have a query, email ticketing@officiallondontheatre.com or call 020 7087 7935 with your booking reference number and our colleagues at See Tickets (who help power our online ticketing technology) will be able to help.

Thank you for your continued support.


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