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 and Derby Theatre production
by William Shakespeare
7 – 29 February
Shakespeare’s darkest and spookiest thriller…
A Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, Leeds Playhouse and Leicester’s Curve production
by Frances Poet
13 – 28 March
A world premiere of a witty and joyful family story
1 Mar | 7.30pm
A groundbreaking tap dance experience that explores human interaction and the effects of miscommunication in relationships. Through the use of movement, sound and light, we take you on a journey from misunderstanding, confusion, fear and misconceptions to compassion, acceptance, resolution and equality.
by William Shakespeare
20 April | 8pm
*+65p QNew Transformation Fee
Multi-award winning Rendered Retina bring you King John, Shakespeare’s WORST play (or so they say). Marriage. War. Betrayal. Someone running too fast and falling off a roof. A character with a rude name. What’s not to love? Armed with only a large wooden box, a guitar and a whole host of hats, 3 performers attempt to put on the grandest retelling of this misunderstood classic.
See a play that is as tragic as Othello, as intelligent as Hamlet and as brutal as Titus Andronicus. Join us for an hour of original music, slapstick and fun as Rendered Retina attempt to show you why King John is actually one of The Bard’s best works. Guaranteed to give you a laugh-a-minute and suitable for all ages!
24 May | 7.30pm
A new show from Portugal’s Vortice Dance Company, one of the most prestigious dance companies in Europe.
Directed by two world-class choreographers Claudia Martins and Rafael Carrico, Dracula draws inspiration from Bram Stoker’s classic horror novel of the same name to legends and myths from different cultures.
by Gary Owen
23 – 27 Jun
The National Theatre and Sherman Theatre present Romeo and Julie, a powerful and funny new play inspired by Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy.
Romeo is a teenage single dad hanging on tight. Julie is fighting to follow her dream of studying at Cambridge.
Two working-class eighteen-year-olds raised a few streets apart, but from entirely different worlds, crash into first love and are knocked off their feet. But at this crossroads to the rest of their lives, both families fear the worst in a world of unequal opportunity.