Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day London Theatre Breaks

New Musical Groundhog Day Theatre Breaks in London are no longer available to book

Groundhog Day theatre breaks are now sold out.

Based on the 1993 film of the same name, the multi award winning team behind the RSC’s Matilda the Musical, bring the London premiere of Groundhog Day to the Old Vic theatre.

When cynical TV weatherman Phil Connors is sent to the ‘back of beyond’ to report on a strange annual event, Groundhog Day,  he finds himself in an inexplicable time-loop reliving the same day over and over again.  As each day plays out exactly the same as before Phil becomes increasingly frustrated, but is there a lesson to be learned? Will he ever unlock the secret in order to break the cycle?

Groundhog Day is directed by Matthew Warchus with lyrics by Australian musician/comedian Tim Minchin  and choreography by Peter Darling. The role of Connors is played by American Broadway star Andy Karl who has had great success in New York with shows that include Jersey Boys, Wicked, 9 to 5, Legally Blonde, The Wedding Singer and Saturday Night Fever.

Hotels for Groundhog Day Theatre Breaks

The Old Vic Theatre is on the south side of the River Thames, so you may be best off looking for hotels in that area. They tend to be slightly cheaper than their counterparts on the north side, so that is worth considering. Look out for the Travelodge, the Novotel or the Days Inn. The Park Plaza Westminster Bridge offers  a bit of 4 star luxury.

If you are looking elsewhere in London for a hotel for your Groundhog Day Theatre Breaks the theatre is just by Waterloo Station.

Fact File: Groundhog Day Theatre Breaks

TheatreOld Vic Theatre, The Cut, Waterloo Road, London SE1 8NB
Genre : Musical
Nearest tube :  Waterloo on the Northern, Bakerloo and Jubilee lines
Opens : 11th July 2016
Booking to: Now closed
Performance times: 
Monday to Saturday at 1930; Wednesday and Saturday at 1430

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