Ticket Information


Additional seats will be released across the run. Please continue to check the ROMEO & JULIET website for available tickets.

Performance dates are:

11 MAY – 3 AUGUST 2024



Every Wednesday, a small number of £25 standing tickets will be released via our website.

The standing spaces are located at the back of the upper circle. Please note you will have to stand for the duration of the performance.


Access Tickets

Patrons with access requirements will need to sign up to the ATG Access Scheme to book.

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Tickets are currently sold out but please keep checking the website for any production hold returns. Sign up to The Jamie Lloyd Company’s to learn more.



frequently asked questions

Performances for ROMEO & JULIET begin on 11 May 2024 and run for 12 weeks only until 3 August 2024.

Performance Schedule:

Monday to Saturday at 7:30pm

Thursday & Saturday at 2:30pm

ROMEO & JULIET is showing at the Duke of York’s Theatre, London, St Martin’s Ln, London WC2N 4BG.

Running Time: 2 hours 15 minutes with one interval.

Age Suitability: Suggested for Ages 15+

Additional seats are being released across the run. There are three ways you can secure tickets to see ROMEO & JULIET:

    • Standing tickets: Every Wednesday, a small number of £25 standing tickets will be released via our website. The standing spaces are located at the back of the upper circle. Please note you will have to stand for the duration of the performance.
    • Boxes: These are now on sale throughout the run for every performance.
    • Production Seats: These tickets are kept on hold and released regularly closer to the performance date. Make sure to keep checking our website to find out when these are available to purchase.

The Duke of York’s Theatre may accept ticket returns in the instance a ticket holder can no longer attend their performance. Please check back regularly for returns. ATG Tickets and the Duke of York’s Box Office are the only registered sellers of ROMEO & JULIET tickets.

Tom Holland has been confirmed to play Romeo.

Francesca Amewudah-Rivers has been confirmed to play Juliet.

Please see the full list of cast and creatives here.

Currently, the production is only planned to play at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London.

To book online please join our Access Scheme in advance. You can find the information you need on the ATG Tickets website. When you visit the seat map you will find the available accessible seats for each performance and essential companion tickets where applicable. We also have a helpful guide to booking accessible seats online.

To book accessible seats by phone please call the ATG Tickets Accessibility line on 033 009 5399. The ATG Tickets Team are available from 9am to 8pm Monday to Sunday; Bank holidays may vary.

You can also book by phone on 0800 912 6971 or in person at the Box Office at The Duke of York’s Theatre on St Martin’s Ln.

Please note we ask for proof of eligibility for free Essential Companion tickets and this scheme is managed by Nimbus Disability on our behalf. Full details of the scheme and how to register are available on the ATG Tickets Website.

You can also contact ATG’s Access Team here.

Access Booking Line:​ 0333 009 5399

Typetalk Number: ​18001 0800 912 6971

The Duke of York’s Theatre entrance is on street level where the box office, cloakroom, main foyer area and access toilet are located. The seating design incorporates two wheelchair spaces in the Royal Circle (level access), with an accompanying companion seat. Alternatively, the patron can transfer into a designated transfer seat in the Royal Circle (level access), while the wheelchair remains in the foyer with front of house staff. Please note that when sitting in the wheel spaces, there is a restricted view but when using a seat transfer, there is a clear view to the stage. Due to the listed design of the theatre, the auditorium can only accommodate a maximum of two wheelchairs per performance.

Wheelchair Space Measurements

Royal Circle right (when looking at the stage): 85.5cm / 33 3⁄4 inches wide. Royal Circle left (when looking at the stage): 91cm / 35 3⁄4 inches wide.

The Duke of York’s Theatre has a sound amplification system called ​MobileConnect.

Please note: some scenes include physical aggression, violence, blood and references to depression, anxiety and suicide.

All 5,000 tickets priced at £25 will go on sale on Wednesday 10 April, at 10am.

Please note the following criteria when booking these ROMEO & JULIET tickets:

  1. Maximum 2 tickets per booking
  2. Both ticket holders must fit one of The Jamie Lloyd Company booking criteria
  3. IDs will be checked upon arrival at the theatre if you have purchased a £25 ticket

Booking Criteria:

  • UNDER 30s: both ticket holders must be 30 years of age or younger on the date of their chosen performance.
  • KEY WORKERS: Anyone who is eligible for, or a current Blue Light Card holder. This includes workers in the NHS, emergency services, social care sector, armed forces, and specialist education professionals including teachers and childcare workers.
  • THOSE RECEIVING GOVERNMENT BENEFITS: Anyone in receipt of Universal Credit.

Please ensure you have brought your identification card (UK or country of residence), Blue Light Card or documentation confirming your Universal Credit status or teaching status for venue staff to check as you enter the Duke of York’s Theatre.