Our ticket types

Most of our shows are priced at £9, to try to keep us accessible to as many people as possible, but we also have various discounts available. Read on for more information!

See 3 different shows for £20

We believe that Fringe theatre is all about catching multiple shows in one go. Our performances are mostly an hour long, so you’ve time for a quick drink after one show, before heading to another! To help you make the most of Durham Fringe Festival, you can enjoy 3 shows for just £20, a discount of £7 from the full price.

£20 Family ticket

A family of 4 can see a show together for £20, up to a £10 discount! Families can be made up of one or two adults, with the rest of the group aged 16 or under.


Concession tickets are also available to those in the groups listed; these are intended to help those who could not otherwise afford to come to the theatre, particularly in these difficult times. Our performers receive 70% of their net ticket sales, so if you can afford to pay the full price, please help support them to keep creating art, by doing so!

  • 16 and under

  • 65 and over
  • unwaged
  • receiving benefits
  • disabled
  • students

Durham Shakespeare Festival

This year, to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the publishing of Shakespeare’s first folio, alongside other Shakespeare-themed shows we present two productions in collaboration with Durham Shakespeare Festival. In-keeping with our Fringe ethos, these aren’t full 3-hour long productions, but they are a little longer than our other shows, and so carry a different pricing structure.

Full price tickets £20, with concessions (as defined above) £13.50

See both Shakespeares for £35

Book tickets to both Macbeth and A Midsummer Night’s Dream and receive a £2.50 discount per ticket, allowing you to see both shows for £35.

10+ Group discount

Groups of 10 or more booking the same show attract a 10% discount when booking together.

School group discount

School groups of 10 or more young people aged 16 and under also attract a 10% discount (off the concession price). Plus, teachers go free!