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The city of London is not just known for its landmarks, like Big Ben and the London Eye, but also for its entertainment scene. What is referred to as 'The West End' is the main theatre district, where millions of people head annually to catch world-famous musicals, plays and shows. Reserving a seat …can sometimes feel like a race, which is why tickets should be booked in advance through a leading UK provider, like London Theatre Direct.Members of the Society Of Ticket Agents and Retailers (S.T.A.R.), this recognised and trusted supplier has been working directly with theatre groups around the metropolis since its inception in 1999. A ticket agency and distributor, London Theatre Direct allows thespians and performing arts-lovers to book with confidence through the safe and secure website, which uses SSL processing. With its competitive pricing, live interactive seating plans and print-at-home or Box Office collection options, it's not surprising that London Theatre District have sold over a million tickets to happy customers during its 16 years. Attractions, ballet, dance, opera and various events can be searched for by name, as well as theatres by A-Z.Updated show news is featured on the London Theatre District website, not to mention savings in the 'Last Minute' category. The 'Special Offers' section is worth a look for anyone who wants to get their hands on discounts, vouchers and ticket offers. » more
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London Theatre Direct Customer Reviews
I hate the look of this site. Loads of shows are listed on the bottom half of the screen, and it’s almost impossible to find what you’re looking for there. It’s just too much. But I have to say that the deals they offer are pretty good. If you can withstand the poor design and clutter, you’ll find what you’re looking for, and you’ll find the tickets are pretty well priced.
My wife has been dying to see Dominic West in Butley, so I went online to find tickets and saw that London Theatre Direct had discounted tickets for some of the weeknight performances. I spent only £39.50 for the Wed evening show and it was quite easy to book everything on their site. All of the top shows are listed right on the home page so really it's just a matter of a few clicks and then selecting your seats. I'll book with them next time we see a show for sure.