Two Night Theatre Breaks

Come to London in 2024 and book two night theatre breaks to get the most out of you theatre trip. London is such a super place to spend some time that it seems a pity not to stay for two nights: allowing you time to explore, relax,  maybe do some pre-Christmas shopping!

 Two night theatre breaks in London

We are lucky enough to be able to offer some of the very best London shows now playing in Theatreland: from The Phantom of the Opera and Disney’s The Lion King to Wicked, Matilda and of course, Les Miserables.

Chose from any one of these smash hit productions

Two Night Theatre Breaks – Hotels

To go with your choice of shows why not look out for one of our most popular 3 and 4 star hotels.  We have found consistently that these hotels provide the facilities, the location and the services that Theatre Breaks guests are looking for.

  • Two Night Theatre Breaks London Theatre Breaks4* Aloft Hotel
  • 3* Days Hotel Waterloo
  • 3* Thistle Euston
  • 4* Hotel Xenia
  • 3* Ibis Styles Excel
  • 4* Holiday Inn Kings Cross/Bloomsbury
  • 4* Riverbank Plaza
  • 4* Danubius Regents Park
  • 4* Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton

Now of course you may have your own favourite hotel out of our list of over 140  London hotels but if you do not know much about London hotels you can trust their world class owners: Thistle, Holiday Inn, Danubius and Radisson Edwardian. Also the thoughts of our reviewers and the reviews of Trip Advisor are easily accessible through the booking process, so you can find your perfect place to stay.

Two night theatre Breaks Deals

The very best deals are available during the week, but for many shows “midweek” includes a Friday night, so that you can benefit from the discounts and still see a show on Friday night and stay at your chosen hotel on Friday and Saturday, thus not eating into your working week!

So don’t delay: book today!

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 by John B

Great break - thanks: wicked wicked!

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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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