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Miss Saigon

Boublil and Schonberg’s massive hit show, Miss Saigon, has celebrated its 25th anniversary by returning to London’s West End with a new grittier production that theatre package audiences are loving! Opened at the Prince Edward Theatre in May of 2014, Miss Saigon is the story of an American soldier who falls in love with a local girl but the fall of Saigon and the forced departure of American troops splits

Let It Be Theatre Packages in London

Beatles’ Let It Be – now closed The Book of Mormon is now on at the Prince of Wales theatre Let It Be comes to the Prince of Wales Theatre in the 50th anniversary year of the Beatles first hit song and will surely persuade all Beatles fans from around the world to come to London and celebrate this monumentous occassion.  Let it Be is an unashamed spectacular theatrical concert

What The Butler Saw Omid Djalili returns to the West End stage to star as Dr Rance in Joe Orton’s comedy What The Butler Saw directed by Sean Foley. The new production will open at the Vaudeville Theatre on Wednesday 16 May, following previews from Friday 4 May, for a strictly limited season, ending on Saturday 25 August. What The Butler Saw is an insanely funny, full-throttle comedy. Hysterical one-liners and outrageous

Theatre Breaks News: Danny DeVito in The Sunshine Boys Hollywood movie star Danny DeVito will be making his West End debut later this year when he stars alongside Richard Griffiths in Neil Simon’s The Sunshine Boys. The Sunshine Boys will run at the Savoy Theatre and be directed by Thea Sharrock. If you’d like to book a The Sunshine Boys tickets and hotel package then the date you need to

Svengali Derren Brown’s stage show Svengali will return to the Novello Theatre for its second London run on 12 July 2012 for 27 performances only. Interestingly this will put him in town during the 2012 Olympics: I wonder how many coaches will be telling their wards to stay clear, just in case he plants any negative thoughts in their heads? Or will team GB be buying tickets for all of

Complete London Theatre Breaks (abridged) In this Olympic year, the London Theatre Breaks team is over-joyed to have so much theatre to write about. And it is great to be able to welcome back to London the Reduced Shakespeare team for two months of frivolity at the Arts Theatre, London. But wait! The Complete World of Sports (abridged)? (Book here!) More Sports? AAAGH!  But fortunately, in this merciless but affectionate satire,

The Duchess of Malfi

The Duchess of Malfi tickets and hotel – A Bloody Theatre Break Indeed! A bloody tale of love, corruption and revenge… Eve Best returns to The Old Vic in March 2012 in John Webster’s great Jacobean tragedy, The Duchess of Malfi. This major new production will be directed by Jamie Lloyd. Webster’s poetic masterpiece tells the dark and bloody story of the recently widowed Duchess. As jealousy, madness and bloodshed

Posh Theatre Packages

Posh Theatre Packages ‘POSH is lively, funny and wickedly timely!’  The Times Royal Court Theatre Productions and Ambassador Theatre Group bring a season of the Royal Court Theatre’s sell out shows to the heart of the West End. The Royal Court’s West End season begins with Posh, Laura Wade’s searing take on Britain’s class, old money and the ultra privileged. ‘A good old-fashioned piece of Class War’ The Daily Telegraph

sweeney todd London theatre packages

Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd Theatre Packages in London The Demon barber of Fleet Street, Sweeney Todd the musical,  is back Starring the amazing Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton, who have been getting 5 star reviews for their performances, the  Chichester Festival production of Stephen Sondheim dark and sinister opera is laced with surprising humour, dazzling wit and, of course, blood! Book your Theatre Package to see Sweeney Todd the musical

top hat London theatre packages

Top Hat London Theatre Packages Classic song and dance romance is brightening up London’s West End this year – let a Top Hat theatre package brighten up your life too. Everyone knows and loves the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers film – still recognised almost 80 years later as one of the greatest dance musicals of all time. So the producers of the new stage version of Top Hat must