Cheap Pretty Woman tickets: a guide

Take a trip to Rodeo Drive for this iconic romantic film adaption. Find out how to get cheap Pretty Woman tickets from just £20.

Pretty Woman: The Musical

The iconic nineties film starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere is now a hit musical. After dazzling Broadway, the West End has now got the makeover treatment. Find out how to get cheap Pretty Woman tickets in this dedicated guide.

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Key information

TheatreSavoy Theatre
Running time2 hours 20 minutes, including interval
Age12+ recommended
Booking until2 April 2023
PerformancesTue-Sat 7:30pm
Wed, Sat & Sun 2:30pm
Tickets from£20
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Selling points

  • Based on the 1990 film starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere
  • Currently stars Aimie Atkinson as Vivan and Danny Mac as Edward

Rochelle’s opinion

“Adaptations always come under scrutiny when they hit the stage, but this is one that really stays true to the source. The iconic costumes are still there, and although the soundtrack doesn’t match the film it’s a nice alternative with poppy songs that have emotion where they need to. Don’t worry, you still get Pretty Woman in the finale! The main thing is that Aimie and Danny follow in Julia and Richard’s footsteps by creating two likeable lead characters, and they have great voices too. There’s nice comic moments plus a well-known story of romance – perfect for a date night or a nostalgic trip with friends.”

How do I get cheap Pretty Woman tickets?

Here’s some top tips for cheap Pretty Woman tickets, whether you’re planning ahead or going last minute.

Last-minute cheap tickets

Pretty Woman is one of many West End shows that offer on-the-day rush tickets. You can get great seats around the theatre for just £25! Download the TodayTix app and log on at 10am to get the rush seats for performances that day. Don’t forget to read my dedicated rush tickets guide to find out more.

Cheap tickets for booking ahead

The cheapest seats in the house are priced at £20. These are all found in the upper circle – either in the front row or the first two rows at the front of the rear section. They are restricted seats due to safety rails being in the line of view. Row A in particular though offers a good view of the show, without feeling too far from the action. Be prepared to lean forward if you want to see the front of the stage, but otherwise nothing else will be missed. Remember to check the view from your seat on Seat Plan before booking.

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