This new year early booking offer allows you to buy top-price tickets from £30 instead of up to £67.50 – that's over 50% off.
A strictly limited number of tickets priced at £30 and £40 are available for Monday-Friday performances from 7 January, 2013, to the matinée on 14 February. There are fewer £30 seats available than those at £40, so the earlier you book, the better the price.
The only seats left for Saturday shows are £40, although this is still a saving of over 40% on the original price.
Top-price tickets in the Stalls and Dress Circle usually cost between £65 and £67.50 for these dates. The only extra fee is a one-off transaction charge of £1.50.
About the show: Winner of four Olivier Awards and now in its eighth year in the West End, "Billy Elliot the Musical" is set against the backdrop of the 1980s miners' strikes and based on the BAFTA-winning film. It tells the story of a young boy who changes his future -- as well as his family's -- when he discovers his raw talent for ballet. The film's original director, Stephen Daldry, and writer, Lee Hall, perform the same duties for the stage show, which features music by Elton John.