London Theatre Packages

Theatre Packages in London

Our selection of London theatre packages now include pre-theatre dinner deals as well as London theatre breaks.

You can still book a wide range of hotel and theatre breaks, but if you don’t want to stay in London you can now just book pre or post theatre dinner with your theatre tickets. This is especially useful for midweek theatre going when not only is it sometimes hard to get the time off work to take a short break, but you can also benefit from a huge range of great theatre deals with theatre and dinner packages starting at less than £25pp

Dinner and London Theatre Packages

Choose whether you would like a pre- or post-theatre dinner, whether you would like best seats or whether a pair of seats in the upper circle will be just as good: let’s face it, not everyday can be a “go mad for it” celebration!

Having said that with dinner/theatre packages including best seats from just £49.50 you don’t need a very big excuse to go out for the night!

Our restaurants are all close to the theatre which means you don’t have to dash across London with a full stomach to get to your seat. Restaurants available with London theatre packages include Wheelers, L’Escargot, Little Sicily, Planet Hollywood, Salvador and Amanda, Spaghetti House, Strand Carvery, Landseer British Kitchen, Porter’s and my personal favourite: Salieri.

Hotel and London Theatre Packages

What can I say that I haven’t said all over this site: it is what we are here for!

In my mind there is nothing better than arriving in London, getting to your hotel, dumping your bags and knowing you have the next couple of days to explore this wonderful city and that in a couple of hours you will be settling down to enjoy a West End show!

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Simon Harding has grown up in and around London's Theatreland and has been working here ever since he left school: promoting its shows to anyone who will listen!

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