Now its a great time for visiting London. Not counting the Olympics, which take place over 6 weeks in the summer there are lots of great events and shows to make coming to London on a short break or theatre breaks especially memorable.
2015 sees several brand new shows opening in London’s West End. From the uplifting sounds of Singin’ in the Rain to the dark tale of Sweeney Todd – the demon street barber, and with prices from just £80pp I hope it is enough to tempt you to at least think of booking London Theatre Breaks in 2015 Also new to 2015 is Guns n’ Roses live at the O2 Arena!
Singin’ in the Rain, ticket & hotel breaks from £80pp
Show available until 29th September 2012 Singin’ in the Rainis the story of that first Hollywood musical when the silver screen found its voice and never looked back. Following the story of Don Lockwood, a silent movie star, with everything he could ever dream of. Don has fame, adoration and a well documented romance with his co-star, but it’s all about to change forever. Rumours are flying around of a new type of film, where the actors talk, dance and even…sing.
The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe, ticket & hotel breaks from £107.50pp
Available from 9th May Based on the novel by C.S Lewis, Rupert Goold’s stage adaptation is the perfect summer treat for the whole family. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobefollows the story of Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy as they journey to a magical new world of Narnia. The world through the magical wardrobe proves to be an enchanting land ruled by the White Witch, full of speaking woodland creatures and one which will take the four of them on a series of incredible adventures. Click here to view all theatre shows>
Sweeney Todd, ticket & hotel breaks form £83pp
Show available until 22nd September Starring Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton Sweeney Todd the musicalis laced with dark humour dazzling wit and an infectious score. After years of false imprisonment Sweeney Todd returns to London on a quest for justice and retribution. He is aided and abetted by pie-shop owner Mrs Lovett to avenge the wrongs done to him and his family many years before.
Hay Fever, ticket and hotel breaks from £112pp
Show available from 15th March Hay Feverfollows the story of Judith Bliss, who was once the star of the London Stage and into her retirement she still enjoys regularly injecting drama in her life. She decides to spice up her weekend by inviting a young suitor to join her in the country, but her husband and two children have exactly the same idea. This results in a weekend of misjudged meetings, secret seductions and scandalous revelations.
Twelfth Night – London, ticket & 4* hotel breaks from £89.50pp
Available from 3rd November In the household of Olivia, two campaigns are being quietly waged – one by the lovesick lord Orsino against the heart of the indifferent Olivia; the other by an alliance of servants and hangers-on against the high-handedness of her steward, the pompous Malvolio. When Orsino engages the cross-dressed Viola to plead with Olivia on his behalf, a bittersweet chain of events follows.
One Man, Two Guvnors, ticket & hotel breaks from £109pp
Available from 2nd April Transfering to Theatre Royal Haymarket with a brand new cast. Fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall becomes minder to Roscoe Crabbe… but Roscoe is really Rachel, posing as her own dead brother who’s been killed by her boyfriend Stanley Stubbers. Francis spots the chance of an extra meal ticket & takes a job with one Stanley Stubbers. To prevent discovery Francis must keep his two guvnors apart. Simple.
Guns n’ Roses live at O2 Arena, from £138pp
Formed in 1985, Guns N’ Roses have sold over 100 million records and the band will be welcomed into the Rock n’ Roll Hall of fame, joining the likes of AC/DC, The Beatles, Pink Floyd and more. Renowned for their hit singles Sweet Child O’ Mine, Paradise City, November Rain and Don’t Cry, Guns N’ Roses are one of the most successful rock bands of all time.
London Theatre Breaks
So whatever your taste: Shakespeare, Sondheim or Guns n Roses we hope London Theatre Breaks in 2015 have something for you.