You can buy tickets for shows at the Apollo Theatre:
The usual rules apply: tickets for the centre stalls and front dress circle are normally the most expensive. And whatever your age, you each need your own ticket.
Apollo theatre tickets always include a £1 restoration levy, clearly marked on your ticket and an integral part of the face value. It goes to keep the theatre looking as beautiful as possible, safe and comfortable.
How to choose the best theatre ticket website? Pick one that's STAR accredited, which means they're a member of the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers. If so they'll display the official STAR logo. They're bound by a collection of strict rules and they'll look after you really well, including standing by you if something goes wrong. Using STAR-affiliated sites means you're protected when buying your tickets.
If you're offered the option to print your own tickets from home, don't forget to print everything you need and print separate tickets for everyone in your party.
Parties of eight or more qualify for low group ticket rates at the Apollo. It's an excellent deal when you want to organise a school trip, family celebration or work outing. If you'd like to know more, contact the theatre box office on 0844 482 9671.
Disabled theatregoers and their carers can get discounted tickets. All you do is phone the Apollo theatre’s access line on 0844 412 4648 for advice, information and support.