Royal Premiere Ticket Prices Released

Icarus has dug up some ticket pricing information for the worldwide premiere of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader on Tuesday, November 30. Tickets go on sale to the general public on October 23.

Standard seats for the Odeon Cinema start at £100 ($159) and premium seats start at £150 ($239). If you are a member of the Cinema & Television Benevolence Fund there is a £10 ($16) discount.

There are also tickets available at the Empire Cinema on the same day (both cinemas are in London’s Leicester Square) for £70/£90 ($111/$143).

There is a pre-premiere reception at the Mint Leaf Restaurant (review and photos) which you can attend for £45 ($72).

Purchase your tickets at the Cinema & Television Benevolence Fund Online Store.

79 Responses

  1. NarniaQueen411 says:

    OMG So cool!!! I wish I could go…! 🙁

  2. Peter's Wendy says:

    That would be a dream come true!

  3. megellen says:

    i really would love to go :'(

  4. Marjorie says:

    The price in euro ? ( €, French ? )

    • A_Narnian_Ship says:

      Actually its pounds(£). 1 US dollar is a little over 1/2 a pound.

    • ChristProclamer says:

      The price in euro should be close to the price in US dollars. I'm not sure of the exact conversion, but I think euro would cost a little less than dollars.

      • Narnian_Believer/Lord of the Rings lover says:

        I love your name! We should all proclaim Jesus is Lord over heaven and earth before the rapture comes. =)

      • rae says:

        ur rite! we should proclaim Christ & His saving Blood before its too late!!!! i dont see how skandar kaynes can be atheist & play in these movies?!

      • Queen Elizabeth says:

        Skandar is just an actor that plays the character. His beliefs don't refelct what the movie itself is based on. And the character Edmund isn't a Christian anyway, so it doesn't really matter.

    • Griffle says:

      1 EUR = 1.3895 USD, 0.873514805 GBP.

  5. LL says:

    Dreams will defiantly come true with this…<3

  6. LL says:

    Which one will the cast be at, the Odeon or the Empire Cinema (I'm confused on the difference 🙁 )

    • icarus says:

      I would imagine the cast and members of the Royal Family would be at the Odeon, given that its the more expensive of the ticket prices, and is also the larger and more prestigious of the two cinemas – they are however pretty much right next door to each other. Given the choice, and i am very seriously considering splashing out on a ticket or two, i would opt for the Odeon.

      • LL says:

        Oh okay! Thank you for letting me know. 🙂 The Odeon does seem like it would be the grander one.

      • 220chrisTian says:

        Interesting details on the pre-premiere reception!

        @icarus: You know what occurred to me this weekend re: two cinemas and the price differences? Besides the fact that the Odeon Cinema is more prestigious, I think the Empire will show Dawn Treader in 2-D, and the Odeon in 3-D. What do you think?

      • icarus says:

        That could very well be the case 🙂 It will be interesting to see how this pans out. I can't recall any film ever having done a premiere at two cinemas in Leicester Square at the same time, so this could be entirely new territory we're going into.

  7. carlytr says:

    man i wish i could go

  8. Shastafan says:

    Boy, that would be great to go to…*Sigh* 🙁 🙂

  9. Queen Susan the Gentle says:

    I sooo wish I could go! That'd be rad!

  10. QueenLucy12 says:

    Oh Gosh I want to go soooo bad now that I know the premeire is actually Nov. 30th!!! Thats ALOT of money to see the movie. But I understand that its the royals and all those other people there that make it the price it is, and its the premeire! but dang, I wish I could go.

  11. Duffleglum says:

    Sweet… how about a premiere in AMERICA?? bummer

  12. Annabeth says:

    I would totally go if I lived in the UK, even if it meant I had to use my college funds or something.

  13. HUGEFANOFNARNIA123 says:

    OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I AM SCREAMING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Will there be a premiere in the USA too? If not I guess I will just have to the to the UK.

  14. Arden says:

    I am so there!!

    . . . .in my dreams. . . 🙁

  15. Lucy Took says:

    I'd go for that price.

    ….If it included airfare and hotel.

    In my dreams. 😛

  16. John Calvin says:

    Appears that you can go ahead and purchase now even for non-member tickets…oh, the decisions…

    • Sonny says:

      You are so lucky to be in the UK right now… I would definitely consider going, especially since, according to my budget, I am over $100 under my entertainment budget. Have fun!

  17. Quinlin says:

    Praying for a miracle….

  18. LL says:

    Are the tickets refundable?????

  19. Mm, wish I could go. Good luck to those who are trying to get tickets. Make sure to bring back some detailed reviews (and possibly jump in front of a few cameras so we can see pictures of you)!

  20. Narnian-by-Heart says:

    Round trip airfare:500 dollars
    Hotel for two nights and three days:300
    Premiere tickets:300
    Being they For the premiere showing of the Chronicles of Narnia:The Voyage of the Dawn Treader a whole two weeks before Public release: Priceless. 🙂

  21. John Calvin says:

    Non-refundable and non-transferable. Unfortunately. But as a professional film reviewer, I already have one article lined up, so it's paid for…

    • Peter's Wendy says:

      I will not let jelousy overtake me…I must "defeet the darkness in myself" YOU ARE SO LUCKY John Calvin……..ahahahahah

  22. Narniadreamer says:

    Oh, I wish I could go, but I am already going to England in the spring and I cannot go twice…

  23. narnian resident says:

    cool. there's no way i can go, but i hope they'll put up pictures!

  24. 220chrisTian says:

    New contest from Focus on the Family: enter for a chance to win an all-expenses-paid round trip to the London premiere on November 30!

    • Peter's Wendy says:

      Hey 220chrisTian,
      you might want to send that contest in as a spy report. I'm sure a lot of people who don't look at this article would LOVE to know about this.

  25. Nicole says:

    i hope they show it on television that would be really awesome i'd love to go to it

  26. brandon says:

    unbelievable,I'm so going to see this on the day it comes out right after school!! acually this is more uptempoded than the book!

  27. DominicLovesNarnia says:

    I really really want to go! awww I wish I'm in London =(

  28. Murtaghluv says:

    I know this is completely unrelated. but in the calendar it says happy birthday perry moore. who is that?
    it caught my interest cause i know a perry moore.

  29. TrueNarnianWithWill says:

    wish I could go…. *sigh

  30. I found a website called "Premiererow" and it gives more info on the world premiere, like crowd and red carpet arrivals!

    • David Heyburn says:

      I never use that site. Too much bad feedback and dead links. The cast attending is made up cos the stars never attend. AVOID

  31. Anna's Sister says:

    Wow, lots of money. Wish I could go!

  32. Peepicheep says:

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! So unfair, I have to wait sooooooooooooooooooooooooo long until I see it.

  33. J.G.Heck says:

    The Getting to the show from Texas is my major problem.

  34. If I lived in London, or had the money for a plane ticket, I would definitely be going to this 😛

  35. N4eva says:

    i live in the uk and i might (might might might) go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  36. Queen Emily the Valiant says:

    oh wow imagine!!!! i so wish i could gooo!!!

  37. bwcaboy says:

    That poster is awful. Enough with trying to make animals "smile" like humans; Aslan looks like a stuffed animal!

  38. Queen Elizabeth says:

    It's just a poster people. All it shows is the characters, it doesn't represent the movie plot or storyline in any way! Calm down people!!!

  39. N4eva says:

    i can actually go !!!!!!!!!!!! I am sooooooooooo excited and am just counting down to 30 november!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  40. Bethany says:

    Just bought tickets to Odeon…omg so excited, it will be awesome!!

  41. Legolas Forever ;) says:

    I really want to go soooo bad 🙁

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