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Ticket-buying question

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Ticket-buying question#0
Posted: 7/14/06 at 10:47pm
I'm sure I could search more extensively for this answer, but if someone would be willing to provide it quickly for me, it would save me a lot of time.
I'm interested in buying some tickets for some shows in the West End. I was "shopping" through the bw world website, but it only tells me section (stalls, dress circle, etc.) not specific seats.
My question is does anyone know of a ticketmaster-like site for the West End that tells you specifically what seat you get?

Thanks in advance

Edit: Found it...nevermind...that little .uk always comes in so handy!
Updated On: 7/14/06 at 10:47 PM
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re: Ticket-buying question#1
Posted: 7/15/06 at 10:58am
Depending on the shows you wanna book, you might also wanna check out other sites as e.g seetickets.com, for Cameron Mackintosh shows www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk as they occasionally have better ticket allocations.
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re: Ticket-buying question#2
Posted: 7/15/06 at 2:55pm
I like officiallondontheatre.co.uk
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