The Pajama Game

Theatre and Hotel Packages in 2014 for The Pajama GameThe Pajama Game London Theatre Breaks

Romance is in the air from May 2014 as Richard Eyre’s Broadway smash hit The Pajama Game comes to the West End.  The original show opened in Broadway in May 1954 and it is still as popular today as it was then.

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Starring Michael Xavier and Joanna Riding, The Pajama Game is a fun, romantic comedy set in the Sleep-Tite pajama factory.  Superintendent Sid Sorokin (Xavier) finds himself falling for plucky Union Rep, Babe Williams (Riding).

Drama strikes when the employees are refused a seven-and-a-half cents an hour pay rise and our heroes find themselves on opposite sides of the divide. A hilariously feisty battle commences but can our lovelorn pair find romance across the combat zone when they’re on opposite sides of the fence?

This beautiful blend of romance and fun takes us back to the golden age of musical comedy and features classic hits such as Hey There (With Stars In Your Eyes), Hernando’s Hideaway, Steam Heat and much, much more.  The Pajama Game is an unmissable must for musical lovers everywhere!

You’ve missed this critically acclaimed show where love just might conquer all!

Show FileThe Pajama Game London Theatre Breaks

Theatre : Shaftesbury Theatre, 210 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8DP
Performance Times:
Running Time: 2 hours 45 minutes (including 1 interval)
Nearest Tube stations : Holborn, Covent Garden or Leicester Square

Theatre and Hotel Packages

The Shaftesbury Theatre is at the Holborn End of Shaftesbury Avenue. Nearby hotels range from the 3 star Covent Garden Travelodge to the 4 star Radisson Blu Edwardian Kenilworth and Mercer Street Hotels. If you want a four star hotel but want to keep the price down look out for some excellent offers at the Russell Hotel on Russell Square and the Holiday In Kings Cross Bloomsbury. Both quite close and excellent hotels to boot!

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