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London fringe theatre ticket offers

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

© Claire BilyardSarah Winter and Graham O'Mara

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 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 £20 regular/ £16 concessions; for the final week £22/ £18 concessions. Low price tickets for under 30s for the first week of a main show run. People who live in Kensington and Chelsea also get a discount on the first Saturday of each main run. Both to be booked online. It's worth noting that the Finborough is probably the best and most consistent fringe venue in London.

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West Brompton

Southwark Playhouse

Another of London's enterprising subterranean venues, Southwark Playhouse has established itself as the go-to place for exciting, inventive theatre and musicals. Their £50 Pay As You Go subscription offers the subscriber five tickets to any show at any point in the show's run.

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Elephant and Castle

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.

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