• More than just an auditorium

    Your Visit

    More than just an auditorium

    You can drop into the the Rose Cafè for a bite to eat or a drink whether you are buying a ticket or not, and you can buy tickets for future shows from the Box Office.

  • More than just an auditorium

    Your Visit

    More than just an auditorium

    You can drop into the the Rose Cafè for a bite to eat or a drink whether you are buying a ticket or not, and you can buy tickets for future shows from the Box Office.


Booking Info

How to Book

The easiest way to book is via the website, simply select What’s On in our navigation bar and select the production you wish to buy tickets for.

Box Office

Tickets may be booked from our Box Office by telephoning 020 8174 0090 (calls cost 5.1p a minute from a BT landline, mobiles may vary) Monday to Saturday, 10am–6pm closed Sundays. Tickets can also be booked in person at our Box Office in the foyer, also open Monday – Saturday 10am–8pm (performance days), 10am–6pm (non-performance days) and Sunday at least 1 hour prior to performance start (closed if no performance). We regret that advance bookings for future shows will stop 30 minutes before a performance begins. When booking through our website the system is designed not to leave any one seat stranded at the end of a row or stuck between selected seats. Whilst we appreciate that this may cause frustration where ticket availability is limited, a single seat is very likely to remain unsold whereas groups of seats in higher multiples will usually sell when available. 

For terms and conditions click here.

Restricted View

Due to the varying kinds of events that we present, we cannot guarantee an unrestricted view from all seats at all times. Please check when booking. 

Booking Fees

No booking fees for shows or events starting after 25/08/17; tickets for shows or events starting before that date will incur a £1.50 admin fee when purchased on the phone or online (no fees apply for tickets purchased in person at the Rose Box Office).

Discounts & Concessions

Only one discount per ticket and only for shows with a duration of more than two nights. All subject to availability. No discounts apply to pit cushion prices. Over 60, unwaged, entertainment union members, children under 16yrs and students £5 off, where it applies.

Season Saver

Only £125 (save £35) – buy all four Rose Productions (The Real Thing, Rules for Living, Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde and Curtains) at the same time and get them for the price of three. Offer valid on all performances (excluding Previews), on band A only; not valid in conjunction with any other offers or discounts. Limited availability.

Under 26 yrs

£8 tickets on Mon - Thu performances & matinees. Valid on selected productions; limited availability (exclusions apply).
Please note, a valid photo ID is required when collecting your tickets from Box Office.


Groups of 10 or more enjoy generous discounts on selected shows, call the Box Office for details.  Schools, colleges and universities can get tickets from £10 on selected performances for groups of 10 or more, 11th teacher ticket free in every 10. 

Rose Theatre Shop

Pre-order your ice creams, programmes and merchandise with your tickets.

Children & Babies

Children under 5 will not be admitted in to the auditorium except for children’s and family shows. For health and safety reasons, all children must be allocated a seat and issued with a ticket. We will not charge an admission fee for babies under 18 months old. Prams/buggies may be stored in the foyer at the owner’s risk. 

Pit Cushions

There are a number of floor places situated in the pit area directly in front of the stage, where audience members can sit on their own or borrow a cushion.


Patrons with disabilities enjoy half price tickets. The Rose is a fully accessible and inclusive organisation and we welcome all members of the community. For more information, click here.

Safety and Security

Rose Theatre Kingston reserves the right to refuse admission and may request any ticket holders to leave (taking any such appropriate action which may be necessary to enforce this right) before or during performances if it considers it to be necessary or desirable to do so.
Rose Theatre Kingston may also, on certain occasions, have to conduct security searches to ensure the safety of its patrons.
Latecomers will be asked to wait until a suitable break in the performance before being admitted to the auditorium or other venue.
Cans or glass containers may not be brought into the auditorium.
Mobile phones and other electronic equipment must be switched off (not silenced) before entering the auditorium.
To be admitted you must be in possession of a valid Ticket.
Please note that strobe lighting, smoke effects and gunshots are sometimes used in productions.