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London Theater tickets

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Our first stay in London is coming up, and we would like to see a musical. I am leaning toward Les Miserables or Billy Elliott, but am open to others. We can go most any evening (or even a matinee) btwn June 12 - 19. A mid-week show is fine, actually preferred. There are two of us - and we would like decent seats, but definitely doesn't have to be front row or even near that. We are flexible and can wait until the last minute, but would hate to miss out by doing so. The venue would also make a difference - i.e. if a certain theater is a better experience, that would influence our choice of productions. I will admit to extreme naivete on this entire topic, so the more details the better.

As always, I know there is likely a "best" way to get tickets - and with all the great advice I've had from Fodorites over the years, well, here I am again.

Thanks in advance for any points in the right direction!

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