Boubil and Schonberg massive hit show Miss Siagon in celebrating its 25th anniversary by returning to London’s West End in 2014 with a new grittier production that theatre breaks audiences are bound to love.
Opened at the Prince Edward Theatre in May of this year, 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 the lovers up. Years later he returns to Vietnam. But what will he find, what will the world find?
Miss Saigon is a modern day retelling of Pucinni’s grand opera, Madame Butterfly, from the team that bought us Les Miserables.
Ticket and hotel Theatre Packages
Tickets and theatre breaks are already on sale, breaking box office records when bookings opened in September.
Theatre Breaks for Miss Saigon are popular. The Prince Edward Theatre is on Old Compton Street in Soho. Nearby hotels include the 3 star St Giles Hotel, the 4 star Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street and the five star Le Meridien Hotel on Piccadilly.
If you do not want to stay in the West End then head for Bloomsbury or Kensigton: both areas easily accessible by tube from Leicester Square Tube Station, the closest to the theatre.
Miss Saigon Performance times are
Evenings: Monday to Saturday at 19:30pm
Matinees: Thursday & Saturday at 14:30pm