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The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre is one of our best selling, most loved musicals in London. 

We have a special deal at the moment which means there is no booking fee on Stalls and Dress Circle tickets, which are now just £60 per ticket.
The tickets are valid all performances except Saturdays until 19 October, but you need to book by 28 September 2012.
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Spamalot moves to the Playhouse Theatre, Northumberland Avenue, London from Wednesday 14th November.

We currently have some great offers Upper Circle tickets from as low as £17.99.

So if you fancy Look on the bright side of life, what about an evening at the theatre with Monty Python humour.
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Our biggest discounted theatre tickets this week include The 39 Steps, Volcano and Stomp.

Additional discounts are available for Billy Elliot, Blood Brothers, Chariots of Fire, Forever Crazy, Ghost The Musical, Jersey Boys, Much Ado About Nothing, Paul Merton, Phantom of the Opera, Rock of Ages, Shrek The Musical, Soul Sister, Sweeney Todd, The Woman in Black, Thriller Live, We Will Rock You and Wicked.
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This week's cheapest tickets start at an amazingly low £7.50!

Volcano is the show which gives an insight into the life of Noel Coward and was never shown during his lifetime.  Selected tickets start at £7.50 (valid until 29th Sept).

Save up to 25% on selected tickets for Room on The Broom matinees at The Lyric theatre. A witch, her cat, a daft dog, a beautiful bird and a friendly frog prove to be too much for one broom! Tickets start at £12 - treat the kids.

Gallery tickets are available at £12 each for the sensational smash hit comedy, One Man, Two Guvnors at Theatre Royal Haymarket starring Owain Arthur as Francis Henshall.
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New shows opening this week in London's West End include

-          12th September 2012 - Hedda Gabler - Old Vic Theatre.  Sheridan Smith stars in the title role of Ibsen's masterpiece on the conflict of the requirements of society and those of the individual.

-          13th September 2012 - The Mystery of Charles Dickens - Playhouse Theatre. Simon Callow brings to life 49 of Charles Dickens' best loved characters in this one man show. Wednesday matinees between 26th Sept and 24th Oct will also feature a Q&A session with Simon Callow following the show.

-          14th September 2012 - Let it Be - Prince of Wales Theatre. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles and sing along with many of their great hits.

-          17th September 2012 - Zelda - Trafalgar Studios. Written and performed by Kelly Burke, Zelda also features exerpts from the writings of Zelda Fitzgerald.

-          17th September 2012 -  A Chorus of Disapproval - Harold Pinter Theatre. Rob Bryden makes his debut on the West End stage and performs alongside Nigel Harman and Ashley Jensen. Not seen in London for over 25 years it aims to delight audiences all over again this autumn.

-          18th September 2012 - What you Will - Apollo Theatre. Roger Rees performs Shakespeare. This one man show recalls the triumphs, mishaps and practical jokes his various encounters with the Bard have brought the classical actor over the years.
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If you fancy something else to do in London why not check out our "attractions" tickets.  These range from dining on the Thames; visiting museums and galleries; tours to thrill (Jack The Ripper Tour); tours to enthrall (Buckingham Palace Visit); Royal residences (Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Castle, Kensington Palace).

Or, if you want to go further afield there are trips to Stonehenge, to The Queen's Gallery in Edinburgh and the view from The Shard!

Peruse all our attractions to see which one catches your imagination.
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TheatreTickets.net doesn't only sell tickets for London theatre.  We have regional theatre tickets as well, dinner & show packages for London theatre and London theatre breaks combining tickets and an overnight in a wide choice of London hotels, ranging from 2* to 5* so there is a package to suit every pocket.
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After their performance at the Olympics closing ceremony and now into their 7th year in the West End, Stomp is enjoying huge success.

Using anything and everything from Zippo lighters, plastic bags, bin lids and even the kitchen sink, they hammer out an explosively great rhythm.

You can currently save up to 50% on selected tickets to see Stomp at The Ambassadors Theatre in London.
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Jenny Seagrove, Dawn Steele and Jason Durr will appear in Noel Coward's Volcano at the Vaudeville Theatre for a very strictly limited run from today, 6th September only until 29th September.

The play was never performed during Coward's lifetime and gives a fascinating insight into his lifestyle.

You can now save over 60% on selected tickets (conditions apply).
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We know that Christmas is not yet upon us (although it will be here soon enough) but Christmas shows sell out fast.

We have a variety of Christmas shows already on sale including Aladdin - A Wish Come True at the O2 Arena from 7th December to 5th January. 

With Lily Savage as Dame Widow Twankey in a very rare stage appearance.

Mr Paul O'Grady, had this to say "Lily had such a great time playing Widow Twankey last time in Southampton that I am delighted she gets to have another go and that this will be in her very own, brand new purpose built theatre at The O2 - which will be filled with the magic of Old Peking!"
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