Your ticket to London's best play and musicals...
Premier Events specialise in providing EXCLUSIVE seating, in the very best locations, for all Sold Out plays and musicals in London's West End.
From established classics such as Les Miserables and The Phantom of The Opera to modern masterpieces including Hamilton, and limited run productions starring Hollywood royalty, Premier Events can assist you in sourcing the very best tickets for any Sold Out performance.
As well as the top shows and plays in the West End, we have access to premier tickets for all plays at the world famous National Theatre and Shakespeare's Globe on the South Bank, Bridge Theatre, plus intimate venues The Donmar Warehouse and Almeida Theatre.
We don't just cover London. Our resources stretch around the world, with access to some of the biggest and best shows on Broadway in New York and Las Vegas.
Call 020 7283 4040 or email email@example.com and a member of our dedicated theatre team will be able to assist you with any request or enquiry.
The National Theatre
The Royal National Theatre was designed by Denys Lasdun and opened by the Queen in 1976. It has three theatres, The Olivier which is the biggest of the three, with a capacity of 1,160, The Lyttelton with a capacity of 890, and the smaller Dorfman with a capacity of 400. All shows are usually in repertoire, meaing you can see many productions in a week. The National shows a varieiry of productions, musicals, classics and new plays throughout the year.
A small room with an international reputation, the Almeida began life as a literary and scientific society – complete with library, lecture theatre and laboratory. Today, it makes brave new work that asks big questions: of plays, of theatre and of the world around us.
The Almeida Theatre brings together the most exciting artists to take risks; to provoke, inspire and surprise our audiences; to interrogate the present, dig up the past and imagine the future. Whether new work or reinvigorated classic, whether in our theatre, on the road or online, it makes live art to excite, enliven and entertain.
Since the Globe theatre reconstruction opened for performances in 1997, Shakespeare's Globe has welcomed visitors from all over the world to take part in workshops, lectures and staged readings; to visit the exhibition and tour the Globe theatre, and to watch productions, ranging from original practices to world premières of new writing and the first play by a woman ever to be performed here.