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Under 26s

Under 26s

Under 26? Great, you’re in the right place! If you’re lucky enough to be 25 years old or younger you can nab stupidly cheap tickets to Queen’s Theatre productions for just £8. You can sit anywhere you like too! (Standard tickets range from £12.50 to £30 so it’s an absolute bargain!). Is there a catch I hear you ask? No, we just don’t want cash to be the reason why you miss out on fantastic theatre, simple!

Count me in. How do I book? 1) Click on the ‘Book here’ link underneath one of our shows below and you’ll be taken to the show page 2) Select a date and click ‘Book Now’ 3) Select your seats and add them to your basket 4) Careful now, don’t pay full price! Select the drop-down arrow next to it and select Under 26 5) Then proceed to check out and enter your deets! 6) Enjoy the show!

Technology not your friend? Call our Box Office on 01708 443333 and one of our lovely staff members will book tickets for you.

A Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch production

Neville’s Island

by Tim Firth

20 May – 12 June & 22 June – 3 July 2021

A farcical and hilarious evening out

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A Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch production

Love Letters

by Douglas Rintoul

30 July – 21 August 2021

A brand new musical celebrating the very best of Essex

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A National Theatre production in association with Queen’s Theatre


by David Eldridge

3 – 18 September 2021

Every story starts somewhere…

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We’ve also got a range of fantastic shows targeted at young people visiting us that we think you’ll love. Have a scroll and treat yourself!

Essex Girl

by Maria Ferguson

18 May | 8pm

*+65p QNew Transformation Fee

Essex Girl: a young working-class woman from the Essex area, typically considered as being unintelligent, materialistic, devoid of taste and sexually promiscuous. – Collins English Dictionary.

Kirsty is a sixteen-year-old girl growing up in 00s Brentwood. She likes WKD, Elton John, Pie and Mash and Charlie Red body spray. She’s on a quest to win Sexy Ricky’s heart and pass her GCSEs. She also has a secret to tell you. One she can’t tell anyone else.

Follow Kirsty’s story through the house parties and Irish pubs of Essex. From West Ham matches to choir practice, pre-drinks to registration, she will tell you what it’s really like to be an Essex Girl.

Essex Girl by Maria Ferguson was awarded Show of the Week at VAULT Festival 2019, shortlisted for Soho Theatre’s Tony Craze Award and longlisted for the BBC Comedy Room. It is Maria’s second play and is published by Oberon Books along with her debut Fat Girls Don’t Dance.

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

14 July 2021 | 7.30pm

£18.50* | £20.50* | £22.50*
* + 65p QRenew Fee

2016 Olivier Award Winners – Best Entertainment and Family Show

Spontaneous musical comedy at its absolute finest – direct from the West End and now heading to Hornchurch!

With twelve years as an Edinburgh Fringe must-see phenomenon, a BBC Radio 4 series, a critically acclaimed West End run and an Olivier Award to their name, The Showstoppers have delighted audiences across the globe with their ingenious blend of comedy, musical theatre and spontaneity.

A brand new musical comedy is created from scratch at each performance of this award winning show as audience suggestions are transformed on the spot into all-singing, all dancing productions with hilarious results. These incredible performers are guaranteed to impress as they create shows packed with drama, dazzling dance routines and catchy melodies – it’s just all made up on the spot!

So whether you fancy Hamilton in a hospital or Sondheim in the Sahara, you suggest it and The Showstoppers will sing it!

★★★★★ ‘So polished, it defies belief’ Daily Telegraph

★★★★ ‘If this is what improv can do, you wonder why anyone bothers writing anything down’ The Times

★★★★★ ‘Achingly funny… Worth seeing again and again’ Time Out Critics’ Cho

Catch of the Day

2 Sep 2021

£10 plus 65p QRenew Fee

Ireland, 1966. Joe Welch, a skipper, sails into Dingle bay with a very unusual catch…what follows is a ridiculous series of events involving Eamon De Valera, Queen Elizabeth and a whole lot of nuns.

An unbelievable true story, Catch of The Day, is a raucous and little-bit-political play with live trad-inspired music, all set in a West of Ireland pub.

Built from interviews with those who remember, this ‘side -splittingly funny’ (The Irish Post *****), ‘truly excellent piece of gig theatre’ (Within Her Words *****) has been teaching international audiences about Anglo -Irish relations in very silly ways since its debut it 2018. Now, following an award nominated run at Edinburgh Fringe (shortlisted for Best Musical, Musical Theatre Review), critically acclaimed sell out shows in London and Oxford, and fresh from its 2019 summer tour of County Kerry, Catch of The Day visits Hornchurch for the first time. One fish can make a big splash.

‘Achingly funny’ London Theatre 1 *****
‘Brilliantly unique’ The Irish Post *****
‘Utterly joyous’ Within Her Words *****
‘Something I feel comfortable recommending to just about everybody I know’ Mickey Jo Theatre *****

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