If you would like to book your tickets in person, pop along to the box office located within the theatre building on the Strand. It's open 10am-8pm, Monday to Saturday.
Booking tickets online is efficient and fast. It's also safe when you pick a STAR accredited ticketing website. STAR stands for Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers and their sellers are easily identifiable – just look for the official STAR logo. If there's no logo, they aren't accredited.
STAR-approved retailers obey with a strict set of rules to ensure the customer is always protected. They'll show the real face value of tickets along with any viewing restrictions up front, before you buy. It's also the theatreland regulatory body, intervening on your behalf if you believe your tickets did not comply with the STAR regulations.
Many online ticket sellers let you print your own tickets at home. It's faster and more environmentally friendly that way, better than collecting from the box office or having them sent in the post. Just make sure you print off a separate ticket for each person in your group.
Booking eight or more tickets to a show at the Savoy gives you an excellent discount, where you pay less than the standard ticket price.
Disabled? Your care and yourself can get discounted tickets. All you do is phone the Savoy's access line on 0844 871 7677, where they'll be able to help in any way you need.