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Hey all,

Im going over to the uk in May and im not too sure what shows to see in London. Anyone have any good recommendations?

Plus, does anyone know the best way to get reasonable priced tickets for these shows? Were on a tight budget for this trip. What id give to live not far from London again and now i live halfway across the world!x

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Sun Feb 07, 2010 6:57 pm
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Well, I booked my Wicked tickets in advance, and got two tickets near the front of the stalls for £10 each.
Also, Avenue Q do fairly cheap tickets.

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http://www.ambassadortickets.com/London
Great, no-nonsense site. 'nuff said

http://www.officiallondontheatre.co.uk/tkts/
TKTS official site => info on what is being sold

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof looks brilliant
After the Dance

In terms of musicals => Chitty Bang and Anyone Can Whistle, I have heard nothing but good things about


http://www.broadwaybox.com/london/
It's an annoying site to navigate, but can get good tix from it

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Mon Feb 08, 2010 4:13 am
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Les Mis!
Avenue Q, as already said.
Hair if it's over here by then.

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Oli-Ol wrote:
Hair if it's over here by then.


It will definitely be open by then, I think it opens at the beginning of April :D


Mon Feb 08, 2010 10:41 am
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If you wanna see a play you might check out the National, especially because they run this...

http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/48590 ... -2010.html

or if you don't mind not going to the headliner shows, you could try www.anightlessordinary.org

West End-wise, you definitely can't go wrong with Les Mis, or Enron, which is utterly brilliant.

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