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Last minute theater tix in London?

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Well, my ex is doing things at the last minute, as usual (one reason we split...don't ask) - but he's taking a lovely lady to London at the end of December and trying to get tix for theater - NOT a musical, which makes things even more difficult.
Are there any routes for last minute tix to "serious" theater other than tkts? ("Hamlet" of course would be ideal, but it is sold out)
I have suggested tkts and checking with hotel concierge, of course, and poring over the TimeOut London site for shows likely to be interesting but not sold out, but are there reasonably reputable ticket brokers where he could get tix at this point to the more popular plays? Under the circs, he doesn't really want to go to the theater the night of the show and hope someone's selling extras.

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