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Explore West End Theatre with Big Groups and these Special offers

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This summer, immerse yourself in the drama of London's West End with family and friends.

Enjoy special group booking rates at some of the best theatres, including the Garrick Theatre, Lyric Theatre, and Apollo Theatre.

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Garrick Theatre: 'Boys from the Blackstuff'

Experience James Graham's adaptation of Alan Bleasdale’s ‘Boys from the Blackstuff’. Follow the characters Chrissie, Loggo, George, Dixie, and Yosser as they navigate their struggles with work and survival, showcasing resilience and humour.

This acclaimed production has received 5-star reviews from the Daily Mail and is on a limited 8-week run. Get your Band A tickets for £49.50, available for Mon – Thu performances.

Lyric Theatre: 'Hadestown'

Step into the enchanting world of ‘Hadestown’ at the Lyric Theatre. This Tony Award-winning musical by Anaïs Mitchell and Rachel Chavkin tells the tale of Orpheus and Eurydice's epic journey to the underworld.

With Band A & B tickets starting at £59.50 for Tue – Thu performances, don't miss out on this moving and hopeful show.

Apollo Theatre: 'Fawlty Towers'

Enjoy the timeless humour of John Cleese’s ‘Fawlty Towers’ at the Apollo Theatre. Adapted for the stage by Cleese himself and directed by Caroline Jay Ranger, this new production brings the iconic sitcom to life.

Join Basil, Sybil, and the Major at Torquay’s most chaotic hotel for an evening full of laughs and nostalgia. Secure your Band A & B tickets for £50, available for Tue – Fri performances.

Don't miss these incredible shows in London's West End this summer! Gather your group and book your tickets now for unforgettable nights of laughter, drama, and entertainment.

Featured Venues


Garrick Theatre


The Garrick Theatre opened on 24th April 1889 with The Profligate, a play by Arthur Wing Pinero. In its early years, it specialised in the performance of melodrama, and today the theatre is a receiving house for a variety of productions. The theatre is named after David Garrick, and was designed by Walter Emden.

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Apollo Theatre


The Apollo Theatre first opened its doors more than a century ago in February 1901. It is a Grade II listed building and one of the most well-known theatres in London’s West End. Based on architect Lewin Sharp’s design, Henry Lowenfield - a Polish-born British businessman and theatrical impresario - commissioned the building's construction. When the theatre officially opened, it became the 4th legitimate venue for theatrical performances to be built on Shaftsbury Avenue.

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Lyric Theatre


Opened in 1888, the Lyric Theatre is the oldest surviving theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue. It's now home to stage-show spectaculars including Six The Musical. C. J. Phipps built the theatre for the producer Henry Leslie, who financed it from the profits of the light opera hit, Dorothy.

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