Are you under 25, or receiving Job Seekers, Employment Support Allowance or Universal Credit?
Are you curious about going to the theatre, or would you like to go more often?
The Traverse is now offering a limited number of £1 tickets for selected shows and selected performances, and it couldn't be simpler to get involved:
- Choose the production you'd like to see and which performance you'd like to attend.
- Come along to the Traverse Theatre box office with proof of age or JSA/ESA/UC status.
- Purchase your ticket for £1 in cash (subject to availability).
- Enjoy the show!
You can purchase £1 tickets at any point from the moment a show goes on sale. There are limited tickets available for each performance, so come by as early as possible to have the best chance of success.
Got a question about tickets or any of the shows? Email email@example.com, call 0131 228 1404 or pop into the theatre.
We also offer a number of other concessions (for students, under 30s, over 65s, people with disabilities). See our Box Office page to find out more about our other concessions.
Find a show
£1 tickets are available for...
Double Bill: Ritualia & The Circle
An exhilarating new double bill from Scottish Dance Theatre promise an evening of exquisite, cutting-edge dance.
TwaBy Annie George & Flore Gardner
A powerful blend of theatrical storytelling, animation and live performance drawing.
DroneBy Harry Josephine Giles & Co.
A live jam of sound, visuals and poetry, telling the story of a military drone’s life and fears.
Alice in WonderlandBy Lewis Carroll, adapted for the stage by Jocelyn Clarke
A fast-paced visual and imaginative rendition of a timeless classic for the whole family.
549: Scots of the Spanish Civil WarBy Jack Nurse & Robbie Gordon
The true story of four miners who, 80 years ago, travelled from the streets of Prestonpans to the valleys of Spain.
Crocodile FeverFestival 2019 By Meghan Tyler
Northern Ireland, 1989. A farmhouse window smashes, and rebellious Fianna Devlin crashes back into the life of her pious sister Alannah.
Frankenstein: How to Make a MonsterFestival 2019
Electrifying gig. Thrilling theatre. Tongue-twisting vocal gymnastics. Mary Shelley’s original, re-imagined with songs, soundscapes and sonic trickery.
How Not To DrownFestival 2019 By Nicola McCartney & Dritan Kastrati
In 2002, in the turmoil after the end of the Kosovan War, Dritan is sent on the notoriously perilous journey across the Adriatic with a gang of people smugglers to a new life in Europe.