White Christmas

White Christmas in London

Did you make it a Christmas you’ll never forget with this spectacular festive feel-good musical starring Aled Jones and Tom Chambers  in the West End premiere of Irving Berlin’s much-loved White Christmas at London’s newly refurbished Dominion Theatre?

White Christmas Theatre Breaks are now no longer available

It tells the story of two ex-army pals (Jones & Chambers) as they team up with a pair of sisters to put on a show to save their former General’s remote Vermont ski lodge that’s fallen on hard times.

At the Dominion Theatre, a 17-piece orchestra will accompany the 30-strong cast in some of musical history’s best loved songs, including Let Yourself Go, Sisters, The Best Things Happen When You’re Dancing, Snow, Count Your Blessings, Blue Skies, Love You Didn’t Do Right By Me, How Deep Is The Ocean, I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm and, of course, the title song, White Christmas.

This wonderful show is sure to be a smash hit this Christmas for the whole family and it’s  on for a strictly limited eight-week season opening on Wednesday 12th November.

Show File

White Christmas theatre breaksLondon Theatre Genre: Musical
Theatre: Dominion Theatre, Tottenham Court Road, London W1P OAG
Opens: 12 November 2014
Performance Times:
This show has now closed
Running Time: 2 hours 40 minutes including 1 interval

Nearest Hotels to the Dominion Theatre

The closest hotel to the Dominion theatre is the 3 * St Giles Hotel. Its central position and excellent facilities make this a great base for a theatre break. Some of the rooms are a bit small, but this is only a three star hotel in the very centre of the West End where space is a premium so what do you expect. I’ve stayed there twice and would do again quite happily.

If you like a bit of posh, or you are celebrating a special occasion and you want a 4 star hotel then the Radisson Edwardian Kenilworth or Bloomsbury Street are also just behind the Dominion  on the junction of Great Russell Street and Bloomsbury Street.

And if you don’t fancy one of those (although goodness knows why) then there is the 4* Rathbone Hotel just the other side of Tottenham Court Road and in Bloomsbury, around the British Museum there is an excellent collection of smaller 4* town house hotels – the Montague has got to be the pick of the bunch.

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