A chance to experience one of London's most popular theatres
The Donmar Warehouse has been entertaining audiences ever since it first opened back in 1977. Thirty-five years later and the 250-seat not-for-profit theatre continues to sell out shows on a regular basis, with its loyal following quick to snap up tickets for its year-round productions.
Indeed, that's part of the problem for many people hoping to get along to the Donmar. Members of the theatre get first dibs, leaving non-members to scramble for the remaining seats – until now, that is.
A new scheme to attract those who might not ordinarily make it along to a production at the Donmar begins in November, and offers newcomers tickets for just £10 (no booking fee required). For a theatre where tickets for shows can cost over £30, this is an opportunity not to be scoffed at.
Barclays Front Row (yes, just like with Boris's bikes, this is also sponsored by the high street bank) makes available seats along two-thirds of the front row, across both the stalls and the circle for every performance.
They'll go on sale every Monday for the week of performances coming two weeks later.
The scheme kicks off on 19th November for performances of Julius Caesar, with those interested able to book tickets via the phone, online or in person at the theatre's box office.
Located on Earlham Street close to Covent Garden, the Donmar Warehouse is easy to get to and in a location perfect for grabbing dinner before a show or a drink afterwards.
For more information on the Barclays Front Row initiative, click here. To see what's coming up at the Donmar Warehouse, head over to here, and click here if you're after the theatre's homepage.