The first ticketing release for Romeo & Juliet starring Tom Holland had us exasperated at our laptop screens, shouting: "O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou tickets so hard to get?"


The second ticketing release surprised us at the start of April, with tickets going live at Love Theatre for upwards of £275.

Now, a third round of tickets are being released for this immensely popular William Shakespeare adaptation, and you can secure them right now.

In a recent casting announcement, it was revealed that the Spider-Man star would be joined on stage by actress and musician Francesca Amewudah-Rivers, who you might recognise from the TV series Bad Education. Amewudah-Rivers will be taking on the titular role of Juliet.

Also in the casting announcement, it was shared that Doctor Who's Freema Agyeman will be performing the role of The Nurse.

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We've also recently been treated to photos from the London-based production's first preview performance, and it has certainly whet our appetite for what's to come.

Jamie Lloyd's brand-new adaptation of the classic tragedy will be coming to the Duke of York's Theatre in London's West End for a limited-time run this summer.

As always, you can count on the team to keep you up to date as more news comes out.

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Where and when is Tom Holland's Romeo & Juliet showing in London?

Romeo & Juliet will be performing at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London’s West End. Whether you're travelling across London or you're in town for this special event, the theatre is easy to get to via public transport.

Duke of York’s Theatre is within walking distance of Leicester Square underground station (for Northern and Piccadilly lines), Piccadilly Circus underground station (for Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines), and Charing Cross station for southeastern railway services.

How long is Romeo & Juliet starring Tom Holland in London for?

Romeo & Juliet is at the Duke of York’s Theatre for just 12 weeks in 2024, from Saturday 11th May until Saturday 3rd August.

For more limited time only shows, such as Standing At The Sky's Edge and Hello, Dolly!, be sure to check out our best West End shows guide.

How long is the performance of Romeo & Juliet?

Francesca Amewudah-Rivers attends the press night after party for "School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play"
Francesca Amewudah-Rivers. Photo by Hoda Davaine/Dave Benett/Getty Images

The run time of Lloyd’s Romeo & Juliet will be two hours 15-minutes with one interval.

It's worth noting, too, that this production of Romeo & Juliet is recommended for people aged 15 and over as the website says it 'contains scenes that some audiences might find difficult to watch'.

How much do Romeo & Juliet tickets cost?

At the time of release, Romeo & Juliet tickets started at just £25.

At the time of writing (Thursday 16th May), tickets for Romeo & Juliet at ATG Tickets will set you back from £90 not including the booking fee, and from £275 at Love Theatre.

How to get new Romeo & Juliet London tickets as extra seats added

Tickets for the extra seats are live right now at Love Theatre and ATG Tickets.

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