Like most theatres in London, tickets for the middle of the stalls and front section of the royal circle tend to be the most expensive and deliver the best views. Remember that everyone in your party needs a ticket, whatever their age. There's no discount for children.
Just like many of the city's remarkably fine theatres, ticket prices include a £1 restoration levy, clearly marked on every each ticket and earmarked for essential renovation work, upkeep and maintenance.
If you would like to book your tickets in person, head for the box office inside the theatre building on Haymarket. It's open for ticket sales from Monday to Saturday, 10am – 6pm.
Booking tickets online can be confusing. How on earth do you choose between all the different websites? It's easy if you want to enjoy great service plus the protection of STAR accreditation, from the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers. And they're easy to spot, featuring the official STAR logo.
STAR-approved retailers stand by a strict set of rules and regulations to ensure you're properly protected. They'll fight your corner if something goes wrong. They're crystal clear about ticket prices. And they always display the face value of tickets as well as letting you know about any stage view restrictions up front. Using STAR-affiliated sites means you're protected when buying West End theatre tickets.
If the website you buy your tickets through lets you print your own tickets off at home, you'll save time as well as being environmentally friendly and getting a particularly cost-effective service. Just don't forget to print off everything you need, including a separate ticket for each person in your group.
Are you going to the theatre mob-handed? What fun! If there are more than 8 of you, you qualify for a group discount. Discount group tickets are perfect for larger group outings like birthdays, stag and hen celebrations, school trips and business outings. For group ticket enquires, call 0203 925 2996.
If you are disabled, you and your career are eligible for discounted tickets. Just call Her Majesty’s Theatre’s access line on 0203 925 2998 where staff will also be able to answer your accessibility questions.