Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Fabulous London Theatre - including Katherine Jenkins for under £15

Now is the time to buy your theatre tickets for London shows, I have had some amazing deals by buying in January.

 Are Restricted View Theatre Tickets Worth Buying


Often the midweek matinees are very quiet and you sometimes get upgraded to the stalls from balcony seats. 

www.lastminute.com  has a sale on seats including some for £10 and show/ meal deals from £25.

I quite like the saga ticket site  http://saga.entstix.com  as I have always had good seats from them.

I never pay more than the cheapest amount for my ticket. My idea is I am seeing the same show and paying £15/20 for my ticket. I don`t mind being in the gods. I would never have seen half the shows I have if I had to pay £100 or more for a ticket.

My best bargain today are tickets to see the fabulous Katherine Jenkins for under £15.  In the amazing London Coliseum!  You are a very long way from the stage though in the balcony of the Coliseum, but at least it has lifts! What else could you get in London for that price? a cinema ticket maybe. 

Carousel Tickets £14.16 - ENO - Starring Katherine Jenkins‎

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 This show only runs for 5 weeks from 7th April 2017 so book quick if you want to see it cheaply. 

My tickets are for Monday 10th April at 7.30 pm and cost £29 for two  balcony tickets. £14.50 each and I chose the print at home option. You can get your tickets sent to you at an extra cost.
Now is also the time to book those Travelodge rooms for London in the summer. I found some for £43 in August 2017. I love London but unless your smart and buy early you can pay a lot of money for a few days in the city.

I found a nice Travelodge in Richmond right by Richmond Park for £51 per night in early August. Kids stay free too so just book a family room and enjoy.
 
Hope you find yourself a few bargains! 


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