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Five actors actors stand in rehearsals for A Streetcar Named Desire.

How to get tickets for A Streetcar Named Desire


Many performances of A Streetcar Named Desire are now sold out, but you still might be able to get tickets in the following ways.

Check Online For Returns
We often get tickets returned to us in advance. If so, we make these available to buy online, over the phone or in-person at the Box Office. Keep checking for tickets here>

Returns Queue
If a ticket is returned just before a performance, the tickets will be offered to a returns queue at the theatre on a first-come, first-served basis. We regularly have tickets that become available last minute so it is always worth trying. To help the queue go faster please bring cash.

You don’t have to stand in line in our returns queue. Simply let the Box Office know when you arrive and they’ll get your details. You can then get cosy and warm in our Café & Bar or in the foyer, and they’ll call your name if a ticket comes up.

West End Transfer
From Mon 20 March, Rebecca Frecknall‘s “heartstopping” (The Telegraph) production of Tennessee Williams’ masterpiece transfers to the West End’s Phoenix Theatre. Full transfer info>


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