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Cheap theatre tickets
The Entry Pass gets you £5 tickets to every single show at the National Theatre, plus access to exclusive workshops and discounts at their cafes and bookshops. You can even bring a friend who doesn't have one along for £7.50.
Aged between 14 and 25? Sign up to Young Barbican and get discounted access to theatre, film, art and more. Tickets are priced between £5 and £15, with no booking fees.
TIKTOK £10 TICKETS is a brand-new initiative in partnership with global entertainment platform TikTok, to reach and inspire the next generation of theatre audiences and ensure that young people aged 14-25, full-time students and UK state schools can see RSC shows for £10.
The Open Air Theatre have dedicated events for their BREEZE members, with £10 tickets on offer for special evenings, as well as selling preview tickets for £10. They've also included a discount at their bar and barbecue.
You can also get £10 tickets at the Young Vic if you're under 26. Plus they extend the offer to full time students too.
The tiny Donmar Warehouse offers entirely FREE tickets to young people aged 25 and under. With no catch. All you need to do is sign up to the email alerts.
Aged between 16 and 30? You qualify for Hampstead Theatre's Downstairs Club, which offers £5 ticket to shows on in the theatre downstairs. It's free to join too.
If you want to get out of London for a day trip, you could do a lot worse than heading to Chichester, where you can get tickets for £5.00 if you're aged between 16 and 25 by joining the free Prologue scheme. Members also get access to exclusive events.
A charity that provides masterclasses, apprenticeships and other opportunities for everyone ages 16 to 30, Masterclass also has a range of ticket offers for members to make use of.
Mousetrap is a theatre education charity whose aim is to bring theatre to disadvantaged young people. As part of this they run two schemes - C145 for 15-18 year olds, with £5 tickets for a variety of shows and WestEnd4£10, which is for 19 to 23 year olds.
Another one for the under-25s- you can get £5 ticket to any production in the Almeida's new season, at a selection of performances throughout the run. You need to book online using the UNDER25 code.
Under 21? Get free opera tickets to see all English National Opera performances at the London Coliseum and sit anywhere in the theatre.
Under-26's and students get £5 off standard tickets in the theatre and £2.50 off tickets in the studio. You also get 10% discount at the bar as well as food and drink promotions.