Billy Elliot The Musical

Billy Elliot Tickets

Billy Elliot: The Musical discount tickets are now available online for performances in two SoCal locations: La Mirada and Glendale, with performance dates in January and February 2015. So far, one of the popular SoCal ticket deal sources has discount tickets for performances in both cities.

This is the show Time Magazine calls “The best musical of the decade and the New York Post calls “The best show you will ever see.” Even better when you support local theater and catch a break on the price.

LA MIRADA CA:

DEALBilly Elliot Discount Tickets 63% Off — your price $12.25 – $19.25 (reg. $35 – $55). Follow the link and sign in first (free) with the ticket source. Then you’ll see their Billy Elliot ticket offer for La Mirada. Then print and go.
WHEN: January 16 – February 8, 2015.
WHERE: La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, 14900 La Mirada Boulevard, La Mirada, CA 90638.

GLENDALE CA:

DEALBilly Elliot Discount Tickets 44% Off — your price $8 – $33 (reg. $25 – $75). Print-and-go voucher after free sign in with the deal source.
WHEN: February 20 – 22, 2015.
WHERE: Alex Theatre, 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA 91203.

ABOUT BILLY: Based on the hit film, Billy Elliot, the musical with a score by Elton John, won ten Tony Awards, including Best Musical. This inspiring show tells the story of a motherless young boy, the son of a miner, who trades his boxing gloves for ballet shoes and fights to achieve his dream of becoming a professional dancer.

REVIEWS: About Billy Elliot The Musical …

This irresistible show is an expertly crafted, well-oiled pleasure machine designed to make you feel exactly the way you want to feel at a musical: awed, tearful, warm of heart, slightly sheepish about loving it so much and grateful that everybody around you is cheering just as hard. –Los Angeles Times

Your inner dancer is calling. Its voice, sweet but tough and insistent, pulses in every molecule of the new Broadway musical “Billy Elliot,” demanding that you wake up sleeping fantasies of slipping on tap or ballet shoes and soaring across a stage. –New York Times

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