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Buying theatre tickets on the day

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Hello all,
I love going to Westend shows when I'm in London but the prices are pretty extravagant. I usually go to tkts on the day but I heard from several people that if you go to the theatre of choice in the morning on the day of the performance you can get cheap tickets, as cheap as 20 quid for stall seat.

Any experience with this. I'm hoping to see Once among others the next time I am in London this summer.

Thanks so much

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