This is the jukebox musical for anyone who grew up in the nineties and noughties. Taking the music of the legendary pop songwriter Max Martin, and combining it with the classic story of Romeo & Juliet, you get a hilarious night out set to all of your favourite hits. Read on to find out how to get cheap & Juliet tickets.
Have a listen
|Running time||2 hours 30 minutes, including interval|
|Closes||25 March 2023|
Fri & Sat 2:30pm
Why should I see it?
- Winner of 3 Oliver Awards, including Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical for Cassidy Janson who still stars as Anne
- Features the music of Max Martin, the name behind 25 Billboard Hot 100 number-one songs
“Above anything else, & Juliet is just such a fun night out. Everyone will recognise the soundtrack with hits such as Hit Me Baby One More Time, Everybody and Roar. There’s comedy at every turn as we learn the story of what would happen if Juliet didn’t die at the end of Romeo & Juliet. But behind the laughs there’s a deeper story of love and acceptance which is lovely to see. The characters are brilliant and the cast have exceptional vocal talent. To top it off, there’s great staging and costumes on show too. What more can you ask for from a West End show?”
How do I get cheap & Juliet tickets?
Want to see the show for as little as possible? Read my top tips on how to get cheap & Juliet tickets for your next trip, whether that’s weeks ahead or tomorrow!
Last-minute cheap tickets
The best way to get last-minute discount tickets for & Juliet is through the daily rush. You can get tickets for just £25 through TodayTix. Download the app and log on at 10am to buy up to two rush tickets. Read my dedicated guide to rush tickets to find out more about the scheme.
Cheap tickets for booking ahead
Tickets start from £25 – these are found at the back of the upper circle. These seats do feel a little far away in the slightly large Shaftesbury Theatre. Most of them are unrestricted in general, although you do miss the projections on the set that aren’t massively essential to the plot itself. Stay as central as possible when booking, but be aware of railings on the aisles that can block the view a little. If you want to be a bit closer to the action, the front row is sold at a reduced price of £40 due to the higher stage. Reviews of these seats are pretty good – but avoid the far sides if you have sensitive hearing as the speakers there are very loud.
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