TodayTix Launches Spring Ticket Event In London
TodayTix, the international ticketing platform on a mission to redefine the way people see theatre, today launches the TodayTix Spring Ticket Event, granting access to elite ticket deals on London's top shows through the TodayTix app and website.
Throughout the month of March, TodayTix will offer performances to more than 25 shows from three amazing prices - £15, £25 or £35. Participating shows include the international phenomenon WICKED, the toe-tapping classic 42nd STREET and movie-to-musical smash hit KINKY BOOTS.
"With thousands of tickets available at prices that don't come around often, the TodayTix Spring Ticket Event is the best time to go and check out London theatre, whether you're a first-timer interested in checking out a show you've heard a lot about or a frequent theater-goer looking to finally get to a show you've been waiting to see for months," Brian Fenty, TodayTix CEO and Co-Founder, said.
TodayTix is an international ticketing platform on a mission to redefine the way people see theatre. Through effortless access to the best shows, insightful guidance to the world of theatre, and thoughtful service at each moment along the way, TodayTix enables people to discover the best that their city has to offer. As the first and only free mobile app for iOS and Android connecting the next generation of culture lovers to theatre, TodayTix is disrupting an established industry that is ripe for innovation.
Operating in the world's most iconic theatre markets, TodayTix secures the best discounted and full price tickets available for the hottest shows in New York City, London's West End, Toronto, the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Seattle, Philadelphia, Connecticut, Boston, Washington DC, and Chicago.
Since launching TodayTix in New York City in December 2013 by life-long friends and Broadway producers Merritt Baer and Brian Fenty, the company has welcomed nearly 4 million users, sold over 2 million tickets, and assembled one of the largest networks of performing arts organizations in the world, working with more than 725 theatre institutions globally. These include but are not limited to: The Public Theater, MSG Entertainment, Roundabout Theatre Company, Cirque du Soleil, Blue Man Group, The Metropolitan Opera, BAM, English National Opera, Delfont Mackintosh Theatres, Really Useful Theatres, The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Young Vic, National Ballet of Canada, Canadian Opera Company, Goodman Theatre, Lyric Opera, The Second City, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Signature Theatre, Center Theatre Group, LA Opera, the LA Philharmonic, SHN, Curran, American Conservatory Theatre, The 5th Avenue Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Pacific Northwest Ballet, The Kimmel Center, and American Repertory Theater.