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  1. The Audience Club
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The Audience Club

Join The Audience Club and get complimentary tickets for previews of brand new productions all over London.

We charge just £2.00 booking fee for tickets on London's Fringe and the West End every week. The Club is given tickets to promote the shows by word of mouth to friends and colleagues and see shows before the critic's do. We get free seats for lots of first nights, new plays only, not for established shows. So if you are impulsive and like to chance a new venue or production then join the club!

Membership gives you access to Comedies, Classic Dramas, Burlesque, Concerts: Classical and Pop, Musicals, Family Shows, Movies and lots of plays. We will give you FOUR FREE TICKETS to any show on the Theatre Ladder after joining - your annual fee will be just £35.00 which you will recoup very quickly when you compare the regular cost of theatre tickets. We also offer a money back guarantee on membership fees.

Visit the website and choose the Key Worker Membership. Your special voucher code is "City University". Complete the application form with your details, and sign up with your credit card. The money for your free tickets will be waiting in your Show Fund and we will send you your Membership card.

In this time of budget restraints, isn't it great to find a company that exists solely to enable you to go out and have fun for only £2.00! We send Members frequent emails with information about new shows and as a Member you will also benefit from a special 10% reduction at Le Garrick Restaurant and Bar in Covent Garden.

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City, University of London

Northampton Square

London EC1V 0HB

United Kingdom

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City, University of London is an independent member institution of the University of London. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London consists of 18 independent member institutions with outstanding global reputations and several prestigious central academic bodies and activities.