Billy Elliot the Musical has been dazzling London's West End since 2005, and has gone on to captivate audiences around the world. Set against the background of the 1984/85 miners' strike, Billy Elliot is the inspirational story of one young boy's struggle to realise his dream to dance against the odds.
What's the deal?
Book seats for Billy Elliot by Sunday and save over 45% on top price tickets. Face value is £65, but they're just £35 in our 48hr sale.†
What's the show about?
11-year-old Billy Elliot lives with his Dad, Brother and Gran in a mining town in the north of England. It's the 1980s, Maggie Thatcher's in power, and times are tough. But Billy has a talent that could free him from his life of struggle and take him all the way to the top. To realise his dream he'll have to overcome financial hardship, win over the no-nonsense Northerners of his home town and convince the Royal Ballet School that he's got what it takes.
Why should I see it?
You'll live every step of Billy's journey with him, marvelling at his growing talent in beautifully choreographed dance scenes, laughing along at the lighter moments and rooting for him every step of the way as he aims for the top.
Featuring Elton John's superb songs and impassioned performances from its young lead actors, Billy Elliot is a jubilant, inspiring piece of theatre.
What should I do now?
Book seats for Billy Elliot by Sunday and save over 45% on top price tickets, valid for performances between 6 September and 11 October 2013. Face value is £65, but they're just £35 in our 48hr sale.†
Terms and Conditions
† Billy Elliot 48 hour Sale. £65 tickets reduced to £35. Tickets must be booked by Sunday 8th September 2013. Ticket offer valid for Monday to Friday evening performances and Thursday matinees from 6th September to 11th October 2013 only.
Subject to availability. Prices reflect the purchase price with the booking fee already included. Early booking is recommended.