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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 (Tue – Thu & previews). 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!

This season you can see the sequin-studded ballroom drama Kiss Me Quickstep, the regional premiere of In Basildon by Romford playwright David Eldridge and the award-winning musical The Hired Man – all for just £8 per show.

 

Count me in. How do I book?
1) Click on the ‘Book here’ link underneath one of our four 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 and New Wolsey Theatre Ipswich production

Kiss Me Quickstep

by Amanda Whittington

22 Feb – 9 Mar | £8 (Tue – Thu & preview)

A sequin-studded warm-hearted ballroom drama.

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A Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch production

In Basildon

by David Eldridge

14 – 30 Mar (Tue – Thu & previews)

A juicy slice of Essex family life

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Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch and Hull Truck Theatre in association with Oldham Coliseum Theatre present

The Hired Man

Book by Melvyn Bragg

Music and Lyrics by Howard Goodall

27 Apr – 18 May | £8 (Tue – Thu & previews)

The best British musical in 40 years

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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. 

 

*+65p QNew Transformation Fee

Essex on Stage

On Saturday 23 March, you can see all three Essex on Stage readings AND the evening performance of David Eldridge’s In Basildon for just £18! 

What! 4 shows for £18? Yep, all 4!

11.30am – Tammy by Kelly Jones, 2.45pm – Legacy by Dan Murphy, 5.30pm – Stiletto Beach by Sadie Hasler AND 7.30pm – In Basildon by David Eldridge

More information here

Tammy – Essex on Stage

Sat 23 Mar | 11.30am | Essex on Stage

£5 per reading | £10 if you buy tickets for all three Essex on Stage readings

£18 to see all three Essex on Stage readings AND the evening performance of David Eldridge’s In Basildon.

Tammy is a play about female sexuality, family secrets and the fractured relationship between mother and daughter.

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Legacy – Essex on Stage

Sat 23 Mar | 2.45pm | Essex on Stage

£5 per reading | £10 if you buy tickets for all three Essex on Stage readings

£18 to see all three Essex on Stage readings AND the evening performance of David Eldridge’s In Basildon.

Legacy follows a group of builders working on an apartment block in Stratford, overlooking the Olympic Stadium. As the world is glued to Britain’s greatest sporting day, the builders watch the place they call home become unrecognisable.

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Stiletto Beach – Essex on Stage

Sat 23 Mar | 5.30pm | Essex on Stage

£5 per reading | £10 if you buy tickets for all three Essex on Stage readings

£18 to see all three Essex on Stage readings AND the evening performance of David Eldridge’s In Basildon.

When a beach is left burning, fingers are pointed at a gang of Essex Girls.

But what is an Essex girl anyway, & why shouldn’t they burn sh*t down?

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Fiona Clift’s One Woman Show

Thu 21 Feb | 8pm 

 £7*

The intense spoken-word artist, the celebrated monologuist, the political revolutionary and Joanna Lumley. Fiona brings them all to life in this hilarious one woman comedy show.

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Charge

Tue 11 Jun | 7.30pm 

 £8 for Under 26s

Electrifying New Dance-Circus From Motionhouse.

Inspired by the role of electricity in the human body, six performers use dance and acrobatics to delve deep into the human body.

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Jibbering Jester Comedy Club

Sun 21 Jul | 7.30pm 

£18*

Come along and join our very own Magnificent Seven!

Yes…SEVEN comedians under one roof, guaranteeing you a value-for-money night of funny.

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