London fringe theatre ticket offers

No need to splash out while tickets to London's fringe theatres are so affordable



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Sarah Winter and Graham O'Mara

Sarah Winter and Graham O'Mara © Claire Bilyard

London's fringe theatre scene is vibrant but obviously production values are far lower than in the bigger theatres and quality varies.

This means that tickets are very cheap: expect to pay an average of £12, with concessions available at every venue. Large ensemble productions will occasionally charge more then £15 a ticket.

See our guide to the capital's best fringe venues to find out more. In addition the the following venues have ongoing offers:

Fringe theatre ticket offers

Finborough Theatre

Tickets increase in price week on week. Mid-run, you're looking at about £15 regular/ £11 concessions; for the final week £18/ £15 concessions. It's worth noting that the Finborough is probably the best and most consistent fringe venue in London.

  1. 118 Finborough Rd, SW10 9ED
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Southwark Playhouse

Another of London's enterprising subterranean venues, Southwark Playhouse has established itself as the go-to place for exciting, inventive theatre. It has ‘airline style’ pricing, wherein the further in advance you book, the cheaper it is: most shows cost as little as £8 a ticket if you book in good time.

  1. Shipwright Yard, Corner of Tooley St and Bermondsey St, SE1 2TF
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Theatre 503

This forward-thinking pub theatre is dedicated to fresh writing, with artistic directors Paul Robinson and Tim Roseman doing a sterling job of rooting out brave new works for their tiny stage. Has Pay-What-You-Can Sunday matinees.

  1. Latchmere Pub, 503 Battersea Park Rd, SW11 3BW
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