As a member of the RSC Key you can also experience RSC theatre in London for £5.


Matilda The Musical

Now booking until May 2018. 

16 tickets are reserved for every performance available on the day of performance in person from 10am at the Cambridge Theatre Box Office.

This offer is for individuals aged 16 to 25 who must make the booking themselves. Maximum of one ticket per person and proof of age ID will be required.

Please note that tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded for Matilda The Musical. Discounts are subject to availability, at the discretion of the Box Office and cannot be booked in conjunction with any other discount or offer. You will be required to show proof of eligibility on collection of your tickets.

A group dancing onstage
Matilda the Musical
Photo by Helen Maybanks © RSC Browse and license our images



30 June - 30 September 2017

A limited number (minimum of 5 x pairs) of day tickets at £5 to be reserved for every performance (except Press Night) for individuals aged between 16 and 25. Available in person at the Haymarket Box Office on the day of the performance only. 

Individuals must make the booking themselves, maximum two per person. Proof of ID will be required. No booking fee applies.

Queen Anne, playing at Theatre Royal, Haymarket from 30 June 2017.


6 November 2017 - 20 January 2018

20 BP £5 tickets are reserved for every performance (except Press Night) for individuals aged between 16 and 25 at the Barbican.

Tickets are available over the phone or in person. 

6 - 18 November 2017

Director Angus Jackson will direct Coriolanus, Shakespeare’s epic full throttle war play.


24 November 2017- 20 January 2018

Angus Jackson also directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy, as the race to claim the empire spirals out of control.


30 November 2017 – 20 January 2018
Iqbal Khan returns to the RSC to direct Shakespeare’s tragedy of love and duty, picking up the story where Julius Caesar ends.



7 December 2017– 19 January 2018

Blanche McIntyre returns to direct Shakespeare’s brutal revenge tragedy, as the decay of Rome reaches violent depths.

ROME MMXVII at the Barbican

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