Tickets Under £15

It’s been a while since our last ‘Tickets Under £15’ post, and with summer well and truly under way, what better solution to mix up your summer pursuits than some awesome affordable theatre.

In Theatres Now

Thyestes – The Courtyard – £12/10 – Until 10 July (No shows 4 and 6)

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Lost and lonely in a starving, self-consuming world, watched only by hungry demons, Atreus longs to express himself. To destroy his father’s legacy and take revenge on his brother.

Eigengrau – Kings Head Theatre £15 students – until 11th July

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Four twenty-somethings try to connect in a city where Gumtree can feel like your closest friend. Rose believes in true love. Cassie fights against patriarchal oppression. Across London, Mark champions marketing and Tim can’t get out of bed.

Coming Soon

Peter Schlemiel – Theatre N16 £10/8 – 4-7 July

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Peter Schlemiel is the arresting and haunting story of an ordinary man who foolishly exchanges his shadow for endless fortune and fame, and must face the bitter consequences.

Beetles From The West – The Hope Theatre £15/12 – 5-23 July

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Beetles from the West looks at men’s’ health and the stigma associated with it, what happens to those indirectly affected by those that don’t speak out and the devastating effect of our pride getting in between those first symptoms and calling a doctor.

Further Afield 

The Winter’s Tale – Minack Theatre £11.50/9 – 11-15 July

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You will be transported from the dark court of a jealous king to the bright sunshine of a bohemian festival as we follow this heartbreaking story of redemption. With original live music, vivid design and the breathtaking backdrop of the sea at the Minack Theatre.

Half A Sixpence – Chichester Festival Theatre From £10 – 14 July – 3 September

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Half A Sixpence is the iconic British musical adaptation of H.G. Wells’s disguised autobiographical novel Kipps: The Story Of A Simple Soul, based on the author’s unhappy apprenticeship as a draper at Hyde’s Drapery Emporium in Southsea.

More affordable theatre to come soon…

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