14/01/14 Valentine’s Day Theatre Breaks

Hi theatre-goers

Yes, it’s only a month away, so you’d better get organising that romantic theatre break for that certain special person in your life.

Fortunately, the West End is awash with romance to make this 14th February extra sensational.

1985 Original cast at The Palace theatre

For the traditional old-school romantic both Les Miserables and The Phantom of the Opera will not disappoint. Both have been wowing audiences for over 25 years and have been turned into Hollywood musicals with the former bagging itself a few Oscars to boot.

Once Hug 156x116Three shows that started life as films and have now been successfully adapted for the stage are Dirty Dancing, The Bodyguard and Once. All ooze love, loss & passion with cracking musical scores that will defrost the most icey of hearts on a cold February night.

For the feel-good, fun factor you can’t beat a bit of Dancing Queen in Abba-tastic Mamma Mia, the victorious kids in Matilda the Musical and the sheer wonder of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

rufus-hound-2 156x116And if you just want to sit down next to your loved one and laugh yourself silly One Man, Two Guvnors, The Duck House and Jeeves &  Wooster in Perfect Nonsense will tick all the right boxes on the night in question.

Have a great day and may your hearts be filled with LOVE!

Sara