4000 Miles: the official guide to booking tickets

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Tickets for Amy Herzog’s 4000 Miles go on general sale on Tue 03 Dec – here’s everything you need to know about booking tickets.

1. There’s room for everyone

4000 Miles will play from 06 Apr–23 May 2020. There will be over 45,000 tickets available across the run and prices start from £12. It’s best to book as early as possible to get the widest choice of tickets but there are lots of tickets to go around so, even if you can’t book straight away, chances are you’ll still get to see this show.

2. Want to beat the rush and feel good about it too?

Tickets are currently on priority sale ahead of the general on sale on 03 Dec. As we’re a registered charity in receipt of no regular subsidy, our Members play a huge part in helping us raise the £4 million on top of ticket sales that it takes each year to keep serving our community and making shows like 4000 Miles affordable and accessible to as many people as possible.

Memberships start from £65 for the year (or £60 if you sign up via direct debit) – there’s still a chance to sign up if you’d like to book before tickets go on sale for everyone on Tue 03 Dec:

On sale now – Artistic Director’s CircleProducers’ Circle, BenefactorsPatronsAssociates
Fri 29 Nov, 12 noon – Friends
Tue 03 Dec, 12 noon – General on sale

3. What happens when tickets go on sale?

Once tickets go on general sale, we often have to turn on a queuing system on our website. When this happens, you’ll be entered into an online virtual queue until it’s time to book your tickets. If you don’t want to queue, we suggest coming back a different day as there are still likely to be tickets available (although we do recommend booking as soon as possible for the best choice of tickets across all price bands).

Once tickets go on general sale at 12pm on Tue 03 Dec:

  1. Head to the 4000 Miles show page and pick the date you’d like to see the show (if you arrive here before 12 noon you will be held in our virtual waiting room and assigned a random place in the queue once tickets are released at 12 noon). We’d suggest creating an account or logging in before 12 noon
  2. Once you’re in the queue, your queue number will stay the same but as long as the pink bar is moving, you’re getting closer to booking your tickets
  3. When it’s your turn you’ll be able to book tickets – if you want to book for more than one performance we’d suggest completing your purchase and then re-joining the queue or coming back later in the day to book for a second date
  4. If you’d rather book your tickets over the phone you can call our Box Office team on 0344 871 7628
  5. If you have access requirements you can sign up as an Access Member to book your tickets online or you can call the Box Office team on 0344 871 7628 or email access@oldvictheatre.com. If you’d like to sign up as an Access Member you should do this before tickets go on sale
  6. If you book online your tickets will be sent to you as e-tickets
4. PwC £10 Previews

Over half of the seats for the first five preview performances will be £10 thanks to PwC £10 Previews. These are spread throughout the auditorium and will be released five weeks before the first preview performance. To be the first to hear about the release, you can sign up to our newsletter.

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