Book tickets for shows at the Gielgud theatre directly through the box office. Simply call 0344 482 5151 to speak to someone friendly and helpful.
You can pick up pre-paid for tickets from the box office any time on the day of the performance, although ideally at least an hour before the show starts. You will probably need some form of identification with you when collecting your tickets, and you'll definitely need the credit or debit card you booked with plus your booking reference number as proof of purchase.
If you would like to book your tickets in person, find the box office inside the theatre building on Shaftesbury Avenue. It's open Monday to Saturday from 10am-8pm.
You want the buying process to be safe and simple. You want to ensure you get tickets at a decent price and know about any view restrictions before you buy. There's only one way to do it - find an online retailer with STAR accreditation, which means they abide by Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers rules and regulations and display the official logo on-site. Using a STAR-affiliated seller means your rights are properly protected when buying theatre tickets.
Most online retailers let you print your own tickets at home. It's often more convenient and cheaper than collecting them from the box office or having them sent in the post, as well as faster. Just make sure you've printed tickets for everyone in your party.
If you are planning to book eight or more tickets to a show at the Gielgud, you can get cut price seats. Discount group tickets are perfect for large group outings including work, school and family celebrations. For group ticket enquiries, call the theatre on 0344 482 5100.
If you are disabled, you and your carer are eligible for discounted tickets. Call the Gielgud theatre’s access line on 0344 482 5137, where staff will give you a warm welcome and help in any way they can.