IF you haven’t yet seen Andrew Lloyd Webber’s fantastic musical twist on the familiar fairy tale, now’s your chance.
Thanks to your fairy godmother – in the form of London Theatre Week – you can book exclusively priced tickets for the hit West End show.
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For a limited time, you can buy tickets for the musical from just £35 directly from Times Tickets. So you SHALL go to the ball!
You’ll need to book your tickets during London Theatre Week, which has now been extended to March 13, but you don’t need to see the show right now.
You can book those exclusively priced tickets for dates over the next few months – so you’ve got plenty of time to plan your perfect trip.
The London Theatre Week tickets for Cinderella The Musical shows taking place between February 22 and April 7, excluding Saturday performances.
This exciting new show is the latest triumph from composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, who teamed up with David Zippel and Oscar-winning writer Emerald Fennell on this contemporary version of Cinderella.
The production at London’s Gillian Lynne Theatre stars Carrie Hope Fletcher as a rebellious Cinderella who hates her small town’s focus on appearances.
But when her best friend, Prince Sebastian, becomes heir to the throne, it challenges their friendship – and her firmly held views.
Featuring an incredible score and lavish design, it’s a right royal treat, so don’t miss out.
Book your Cinderella The Musical tickets here now from Times Tickets, and don’t delay – those good seats will get snapped up quickly!
Or, if you’re looking for something a bit different, check out the over 40 other top West End shows that feature in the London Theatre Week promotion here.
There really is something for everyone.
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