Piccadilly Theatre

16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY
Tickets for Annie at Piccadilly Theatre
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Tickets for performances at the Piccadilly Theatre are available to purchase in a number of different ways such as online, by telephone or in person at the theatre box office. Tickets are sold for seats across all three levels of the theatre and the most expensive seats tend to be around the middle of the Stalls and the front of the Dress Circle. Cheaper tickets can be purchased for seats around the back of the Stalls and the back of the Grand Circle. The cost of a Piccadilly Theatre ticket includes a £1 restoration levy which is marked clearly on each ticket. The levy is paid straight to the theatre in order to cover the costs of essential maintenance and upkeep.

Buying Tickets by Phone

If you would like to book tickets to a show at the Piccadilly Theatre, the box office telephone number is 0844 412 6666. The official website is http://www.atgtickets.com/venues/piccadilly-theatre/

Buying Tickets in Person

If you would like to book tickets for performances at the Piccadilly Theatre in person, you can visit the box office, which is near Piccadilly Circus tube station in central London. The address is: 16 Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY

Buying Tickets Online

Tickets for performances at the Piccadilly Theatre can be bought online. When buying online it is important that you make sure you are purchasing tickets from a STAR accredited site. STAR stands for Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers and is identifiable by the official STAR logo. STAR-approved retailers must comply with a strict set of regulations that ensures the face value of tickets is always displayed and any viewing restrictions are clearly presented before purchasing. STAR acts as a regulatory body and will intervene on your behalf if you believe that your tickets did not comply with the retailer regulations. Using STAR affiliated sites also means that your purchase path is secured.

Print at home tickets

Print at home tickets are offered by sellers such as See Tickets and can often be much more time and cost effective. Print at home tickets also protect you in the event of accidentally losing your tickets. If customers choose this option they must make sure that they print all of the tickets for their party. Please note that tickets can only be scanned for entry once.

Buying Access Tickets

At the Piccadilly theatre, disabled audience members and their carers are usually eligible for a discounted ticket rate. If you wish to book access tickets or would like to book tickets on behalf of a disabled patron, then it is best to call the Piccadilly Theatre access line on 0844 871 7677.

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Buying Group Tickets

If you would like to book 8 or more tickets to a show at the Piccadilly Theatre, then discounted group rates are often available. Group rates are often applicable for school trips, larger scale family events and community trips. Please send us your requirements by filling in the form at the bottom of the page. A customer service agent should get back to you within 24 hours.

Day Seats

A very small number of Day Seats are available on the morning of a show at the Piccadilly Theatre. Audience members must call at the box office at 10am (or 11.30 if there is a Sunday show) and can purchase a day seat ticket for around £20 (max two per caller.)