If you would like to book your tickets in person, make your way to the theatre box office inside the venue. It's open from Monday to Saturday, 10am to 7.45pm.
Booking tickets online can be confusing. There are so many online retailers. But here's our best tip: look for an online ticket seller with STAR accreditation. STAR stands for Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers and is identifiable by the official STAR logo.
STAR-approved retailers go by a suite of very strict rules and regulations. They ensure you are always protected when buying theatre tickets. They make sure the face value of tickets is always displayed clearly along with any viewing restrictions. They also act as a regulatory body, intervening for you if you think your tickets or the service you received don't comply with the regulations.
Some online ticket sellers give you the option to print your own tickets at home rather than collecting them from the box office or asking for the to be sent by post. It's faster, more environmentally friendly and cost-effective. Just don' forget to print off everything you need, including a separate ticket for each individual in your group.
Parties of eight or more have luck on their side. You can claim low group ticket rates at the Apollo. It's an excellent deal when you want to organise a school trip, family celebration or work outing. Want to find out more? Call the theatre box office on 0844 826 8000.
Disabled theatregoers and their carers can get discounted tickets. All you do is phone the Apollo Victoria access line on 020 7828 7074 for friendly,professional advice, information and support.