You can buy tickets for shows at the Dominion theatre in person direct from the theatre’s box office, online, or by telephone. Like most theatres in London, tickets for the middle of the stalls and front section of the royal circle tend to be the most expensive and provide the best views. Bear in mind every audience member must have their own seat, and there's no child ticket discount.
Every ticket for shows at the Dominion include a mandatory £1 restoration levy, clearly marked on your ticket. This represents your own personal investment in theatreland and is used to fund essential renovation work, upkeep and maintenance.
You can book tickets directly through the box office or through an official agent. If you have opted for pre-paid ticket collection, you can pick up your tickets from the box office on the day of the performance any time before the show starts. To collect the tickets you must be the cardholder, the one who paid for the tickets with a credit or debit card, and you'll be asked to sign for them. Call the box office on 0345 200 7982.
If you would like to book your tickets in person, go to the theatre box office, which is inside the theatre building on Tottenham Court Road, opening hours 10am – 7.45pm Monday to Saturday.
Pre-purchased tickets can be arranged for collection at the theatre’s box office an hour before the show starts. If you plan to collect your ticket, you will need the card you used to make your purchase along with your booking reference number.
Booking tickets online is easy and fast. It's also safe as long as you choose a STAR accredited ticketing website. STAR stands for Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers and is identifiable by the official STAR logo.
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.
Some online retailers let you print your own tickets at home rather than collecting from the box office or having them sent in the post. It means less waiting time, is environmentally friendly and cost-effective. Just make sure you print off a separate ticket for each individual in your party.
If you are planning on booking eight or more tickets you are eligible for group rates, lower than the standard ticket price. Discount group tickets are perfect for big group outings including birthday parties, stag and hen parties, work outings and school trips. Call the theatre on 0345 200 7982 for group bookings.
If you are disabled, you and your carer can enjoy discounted tickets. Call the theatre's special access line on 020 7927 0929. Their friendly staff will also be able to answer any questions you might have about theatre access and accessibility.