London theatre is one of the most respected worldwide. The Globe theatre, Palace theatre and many more! The variety in shows will amaze you. From Billy Elliot to Matilda, the list does go on. The atmosphere in the theatres of london is like no other, so why don’t you book your theatre break in london now and experience the magic of theatre today.
Billy Elliot the Musical (Victoria Palace Theatre, 126 Victoria St)
The music is by Elton John, and book and lyrics are by Lee Hall, who wrote the film’s screenplay. The plot stars Billy a young boy who has a natural talent in ballet of which his father doesn’t approve of. However his ballet teacher instantly spots a talent and pursues to provide private lessons. As time wears on his father realises this is his only way of not being a miner, so does everything is his reach to let Billy go to London for the National School of Ballet. A coming of age drama. Read more about Billy Elliot and book online
Matilda the Musical Cambridge Theatre (Earlham Street, Covent Garden)
The story about a little intelligent girl who does not fit into her not so intelligent family. Left studying and reading on her own whilst her parents watch television, her aspiration is to go to school and learn even more. Finally when she is allowed to go to school, the realisation that isn’t as great as she had hoped opened her eyes to her gifts. Using this she got her own back.
“Very catchy songs and very pleasant to watch” (Trip advisor review).
Pop in before you see the show and enjoy our exquisite afternoon tea at Covent Garden, specially themed around the show!
This musical revolves around the music of Queen including the hits ‘We Will Rock You’ and ‘Under Pressure’. The story is about a group of bohemians who try to get back live music and fashion in a distant future where everybody thinks the same, dresses the same, and does the same. Their objective being to break the shackles of the boring culture and bring back the past. Certainly one for Queen fans along with rock fans.
“A great musical experience” (Trip advisor review)
Visit this along with our highly rated Scoff and Banter Restaurant in Leicester Square with themed Rock-Tails! Including the “Final countdown” Cosmopolitan for only £9.50 and “Don’t stop believin” Bellini – £10.00! Deals you can’t miss!
Come and visit our capital’s London theatres today and you will get a experience worth of every penny! Start planning your theatre break in London today – book a great deal online today!
Tickets are limited, so why not treat your family to fun day out along with Bed and bread breakfast starting from £239 including VAT at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street during July and August.