WHILE THE SUN SHINES

20 November 2021 – 15 January 2022

by TERENCE RATTIGAN


TICKET PRICES
Ticket prices start at: £15, £25, £32
Previews (20, 22, 23 Nov): £15, £25
Prices increase based on demand. Book early to secure your seats at the best prices.

Under 30s £15 tickets on all seats for all performances – subject to availability.

£15 tickets available for members of theatre unions and guilds by calling the Box Office on 020 8940 3633. Applies to members of  the ABTT (Association of British Theatre Technicians), ALD (Association of Lighting Designers), ASD (Association of Sound Designers), Costume in Theatre, Entertainment & Arts (CiTEA), BECTU, Equity, Stage Directors UK (SDUK) and the Writers Guild (WGGB).

ACCESS TICKETS
£15 tickets are available for any performance (subject to availability) for audience members with access requirements, plus a complimentary ticket for a companion. These are only available by calling the Box Office on 020 8940 3633 or by emailing [email protected]

GROUPS 
Groups of 12 or more can save on tickets. Call the box office or email us at [email protected] to find out more.

STANDING TICKETS 
After all seats for a performance are sold we may release standing tickets. These are located on the upper level behind seats 30-41.

WE CHARGE NO BOOKING FEES 

RETURNS & EXCHANGES 

If a show is postponed or cancelled, we will either offer you the opportunity to watch the performance via livestream, offer credit for a future performance or a refund. If you or a member of your group cannot attend the performance just let us know up to 24 hours beforehand and we’ll help you exchange into an alternative performance or you can have credit to use another time. Just email or call the Box Office: [email protected] 020 8940 3633

SEATING
Please note that seats C13-32 are raised seats with a footrest. 

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