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Featured by Apple, Stagedoor is the best way to discover London theatre’s hidden shows. Algorithms sift through every show in London, to find the perfect theatre show for you. Booking theatre tickets is a breeze with Apple Pay. That’s why Stagedoor’s community of theatre-goers never miss out on the next best show!

- Booking tickets super-fast with Apple Pay
- The best ticket prices and exclusive discounts
- Discover thousands of audience and critic reviews
- Read Lyn Gardner’s weekly tips & reviews
- Recommendations tailored to you
- 10,000+ theatre makers to follow
- Notifications with the latest shows and best reviews
- Sharing shows you love with friends for theatre planning
- A Theatre Journal to keep track of everything you’ve seen

There’s so much amazing theatre in London. Stagedoor is your guide to What’s on!

What’s New

Version 5.9.5

- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
323 Ratings

323 Ratings

mschinis ,

Definite must have!

Having all performances and ratings centralised in one app has helped me discover plays which were amazing but I didn’t know about! The “instant book” functionality is also really helpful as it lets out instantly book plays without having to spend ages trying to figure out where to book from. All in all, excellent application and highly recommended if you don’t want to miss out on great theatre plays!

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your review! :)

Eugene Miller ,

House of Commons by Luke Culloty

A wonderful ensemble piece wherein each actor plays an integral part . From the flighty Cynthia (Lily Waplington) and the brooding volatile Tina (Ruby Herrington) via the flamboyant Jude (Jay Lafayette Coward) to the smouldering psychopathic performances of Peta (Nomi Bailey) and Andre (Luke Culloty) the newcomer Lana (Sarah Collins-Walters) whose crime is revealed throughout the play, this is a well written character study of the impact their crimes have on them.

All 6 actors are integral to the success of the piece and particularly those of Lily, Nomi, Ruby and Luke remain with you when discussing the play afterwards. Their emotionally controlled performances are unsettling.

I am really looking forward to the next play by Split Note Theatre Company and to see where these talented six actors go next.

CrazyNick88 ,

Social login rocks!

I avoid unnecessary signup forms, faster login, no new passwords to remember, data is safe on Facebook/Twitter servers. Convenient? You bet!

I don’t get why the 1*star reviews for this… If you don’t use social media fine, use something else. Also you can manage what social data you want to share with the app, when you signup. But the app doesn’t steal your data. Ridiculous 😂

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