HOW DO I BOOK MY TICKETS?
You can book tickets in many different ways. You can book online directly with the theatre by following the book now links on this website.
You can book in person at the Piccadilly Theatre box office on Denman Street (off Piccadilly Circus) London, W1D 7DY. The Theatre Box Office is open Monday, 10am-6pm, Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-7.45pm and Sunday, 10am – 5:30pm. Alternatively you can book through any of the major ticket agents.
Make sure you only buy tickets from an approved ticket agent. Never buy tickets from touts or 'scalpers'. When buying tickets you should never pay a booking fee of more than 25% of the face value of the ticket. Make sure you are told the exact location and face value of your ticket. For further information please visit www.star.org.uk
I WANT THE BEST CHOICE OF DATES!
For the best availability, look for midweek performances Tuesday to Thursday.
Inquiring about specific performances for a big hit can be frustrating. Instead, try looking for a wider time period and let the operator find the best available performance within your parameters.
Premium Tickets – some of the best seats in the house – are often available after the regular price tickets are sold out. You'll pay more, but you'll get great seats and see the show sooner. Check back for regular availability updates. Alternatively you can call the box office on 0844 412 6666
Calls cost 7p per minute, plus your phone company's access charge..
Day Seats are available for Tuesday to Thursday performances at the box office. Bookable from 10am at the Theatre only for that night’s performance. £25 for each ticket on a first come first serve basis.
HOW DO I AVOID A BOOKING FEE?
If you buy your tickets in person at the Piccadilly Theatre you will not be charged a booking fee.
Please be aware Jersey Boys contains genuine New Jersey language which may not be suitable for younger audiences – parental guidance advised.
"This production is in a class of its own!"
Sunday Telegraph, Tim Walker
"Oh What a Night!"
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