Theatre Breaks – How to Make the Most of Your London Theatre Breaks

London Theatre Breaks and Dinner and attractions and…

London theatre breaks, like any other short break, will take you away from your mundane routines and refresh your minds.

They are fun and exhilarating simply because they allow you to experience raw human emotions of actual live performances. There is no room for error for on the part of the performers and there get no second chance, not second take… it’s exciting!

But it is not just the theatre – there are add-ons: hotels, travel, dinner, attractions. Well most theatre breaks providers can offer all of that in one booking process.  Sure you can do your own work and book everything separately but you may not get the best deal and it may take you some time to organise!

There are numerous kinds of theatre shows you can chose for a highlight to you London theatre break: plays, musicals, comedies, concerts, events.

The West End shows generally include:

Musicals such as The Lion King, Rock of Ages, Singin’ in the Rain and Phantom of the Opera. Musicals are well-liked simply because of their  use of songs to tell a tale. I think it is the extravagance of a musical – the dancing the orchestra the sets and the stars. Much more lately, the recognition of musicals could be because of to the publicity from Television auditions to cast stars for musicals – liek The Wizard of Oz, the   Sound of Music and Jesus Christ Superstar.

Plays such as The Mousetrap,  The Sunshine Boys and The Woman In Black. People just love to go to the theatre to watch a thrilling whodunit mystery, or to be intrigued by tales beyond there day to day lives.

Comedies like The 39 Steps, One Man Two Govnors and Hayfever – because everyone needs a laugh!

You can get excellent offers on London theatre breaks such as theatre ticket offers where you can save money on theatre tickets  – especially duing the week – and hotel offers – look out for Mystery Hotels!

Theatre Breaks with Dinner and other add-ons

Of course no trip to the theatre is complete without a pre-theatre meal.

Many restaurants offer special deals for those eating before or after the show – and in a London theatre break confirmation pack there are often discounts to nearby restaurants. Restaurants in Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Sq. and Covent Garden inbue the West End with unique offerings with discounts of up to 50% off your meals if you use the vouchers included

And whilst you are in London, why not make the most of your London theatre break and include a few other activities at the same time

Sightseeing. Well-known landmarks in Central London include Big Ben and Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, London Eye, Trafalgar Sq. and Buckingham Palace.
Shopping. Centre for excellent shopping experiences include Oxford Street, Bond Street and Regent Street, Campden Market Knightsbridge, Kensington and Westfield Shopping Centre in Bayswater.
Art galleries and museums. There are lots of art galleries and museums scattered all over London, and in particular around South Kensington and Trafalgar Square: My personal favourite is the Tate Modern on the Southbank but you shouldn’t forget the Tate itself, the Royal Academy on Piccadilly and the National Portrait Gallery.
Thames boat cruises. These cruises are extremely well-liked with London guests as they provide views of famous London landmarks from the River Thames.
Open up air markets. There are numerous open up air markets in London including the Portobello Road market, Petticoat Lane market and Camden Market.

Coming to London with a group of friends or your family on a theatre break can be excellent fun if you organise it correctly and mix other activities with your theatre shows. Check online to find your perfect theatre breaks supplier.