#IanMcKellen tour: Can you still get tickets for the Ian McKellen solo tour?

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Ian McKellen is one of the brightest stars of stage and screen. He is loved for his Shakespearean work, and more recently, his involvement in the Lord of the Rings and X-Men franchises. His solo tour has been a huge success - but can fans still get tickets?

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Can you still get tickets for the Ian McKellen solo tour?

For fans of Gandalf himself, there are still tickets available for the solo tour.

The show, Ian McKellen On Stage, is currently playing the in the West End, at the Harold Pinter Theatre, and will be there until January 5, 2020.

There are various ways to get tickets, and a variety of options for different price points.

Are there still tickets to Ian McKellen On Stage?Are there still tickets to Ian McKellen On Stage? (Image: New Line Cinema/Marvel/20th Century Fox)

For those who are able-bodied and OK with standing for a little while, standing tickets for the performance are available at just £8 each.

The next band up is quite a jump, with some balcony tickets available for £25, before the front of the royal circle jumps up to £45 each.

The premium seats, which are situated in the centre of the stalls, tickets are up to a whopping £99.50, though there are more reasonably priced seats available in the stalls as well.

The tickets prices available are £8, £25, £45, £65, £85, £95 and £99.50.

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There are still tickets available throughout November, December and January, though these are certainly limited.

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