You can buy tickets in a number of ways: from the box office in person, on the internet or over the phone.
As you'd expect from a London venue, the best seats in the house (and the most expensive) are usually those in the centre stalls and the front of the royal circle. Every individual in your group needs their own ticket, and please bear in mind there are no discounted child tickets available.
If you would like to book your tickets in person, visit the box office inside the venue – it's open Monday to Saturday, 10am-8pm.
How to avoid cowboys, stay safe and get the best value for money? Pick an online ticket seller who's officially accredited by STAR, the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers. They're easy to identify - look for the official STAR logo on the home page. No logo, no accreditation.
STAR-approved retailers obey strict rules and provide great customer service. They'll tell you the ticket prices and any seat restrictions up front and they'll be on your side if something goes wrong.
If you decide to print your tickets at home, saving time and money, remember everyone in your group needs their own ticket.
Group rates are lower than the standard ticket price and you can claim a discount if your party contains eight or more people. For group ticket enquires, call 0207206 1174.
Disabled? You and your carer, if you have one, can get discounted tickets. Call the special access line on 0333 009 5399, where the venue's friendly staff will also be able to answer your accessibility and other questions.