Tickets for performances at Her Majesty’s Theatre are available to purchase online, by telephone and in person. Generally, the most expensive seats tend to be around the middle of the Stalls and the front of the Dress Circle, where the view of the stage is at its best. The cheapest seats are furthest from the stage and may have restricted views. Please note that the current show at Her Majesty’s Theatre is The Phantom of the Opera
, which is recommended for children who are aged 10+. All patrons must have a ticket regardless of age and children are required to sit in their own seats.
Patrons visiting Her Majesty’s Theatre should be aware that due to the interior architecture of the building, some tickets are sold with a restricted view. This should be made evident to you at the time of booking. For more information on restricted view seats, please look at our seating page.
All tickets include a £1.50 restoration levy which is clearly marked on each ticket and is included within the overall cost. The restoration levy is paid directly to the theatre in order to cover the costs of essential maintenance and upkeep of the building.
Buying Tickets by Phone
If you would like to book Phantom of the Opera
tickets over the phone, the Her Majesty’s Theatre Box Office telephone number is 020 7087 7966. The official website for the theatre can be found here: https://uk.thephantomoftheopera.com/tickets/
Buying Tickets in Person
If you would like to book tickets in person, you can visit the Her Majesty’s Theatre Box Office, which is on Haymarket in the West End. The address is Her Majesty’s Theatre, Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QL and the nearest tube station is Piccadilly Circus.
Buying Tickets Online
There are many online retailers that sell Phantom of The Opera
tickets however it is important that you identify the seller as an affiliate of the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers (STAR) by looking for the STAR logo. STAR-approved retailers must comply with a strict set of regulations that ensures the face value of tickets is always displayed and any restrictions are clearly presented before purchasing, such as highlighting any restricted viewing areas. Using STAR-approved retailers will also ensure that your tickets are genuine and that your purchase path is securely protected. STAR acts as a regulatory body and will intervene on your behalf if you believe that your tickets do not comply with the retailer regulations.
Print at home tickets
Many online retailers are offering customers the chance to print their tickets at home, rather than having them sent in the post. This can often be much more efficient that queuing at the box office and will save on additional postage costs. If customers choose this option they must make sure that they print all of the tickets for their party. Please note that tickets can only be scanned for entry once.
Buying Access Tickets
Disabled patrons and there careers are usually eligible for discounted tickets. If you are visiting Her Majesty’s Theatre as a disabled patron or would like to book tickets on behalf of a disabled patron, please be advised that the access line for Her Majesty’s Theatre is 020 7087 7966.
Buying Group Tickets
If you plan to book more than 8 Phantom of the Opera
tickets, discounted group rates are often available. Schools, community outings or even larger scale family outings are encouraged to make group bookings. Please contact the group bookings team on 020 7087 7763 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements.