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Secure your spot at the Tina Turner theatre show, one of the most highly-anticipated shows to hit the West End, by booking your ticket in advance. Follow the story of Tina Turner’s humble beginning in Tennessee to her status as queen of rock’n’roll during this high-octane stage show, which features many well-known songs. Three seating options and a pre-theater dinner upgrade are available.
Enjoy one of the most epic musicals on stage with a ticket to the ‘The Lion King’ at London’s Lyceum Theatre. An adaptation of Disney’s hit 1994 film, the show tells the story of young lion Simba as he fights to reclaim his place as King of the Pridelands. Set against the plains of Africa, and exploding with color, effects, and songs by Tim Rice and Elton John, the show thrills adults and children alike. Make the evening extra memorable when you upgrade to include a mouth-watering pre-show dinner.
Book your seat for the spectacular ‘Wicked The Musical’ London production at the Apollo Victoria Theatre. This big-hearted musical tells the story of the two polar-opposite witches of L. Frank Baum's tale, ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,’ bringing their unlikely friendship alive with jaw-dropping technical wizardry and unforgettable songs. With its powerful atmosphere and poignant storyline, the 'Wicked' show has been casting a spell on adults and children since its opening. Choose from standard or top-price seats, and upgrade to enjoy a delectable 2-course Italian dinner before the show.
Go back to London's Middle Ages with dinner and entertainment at Medieval Banquet. During this evening experience, you'll join King Henry VIII and his court at a royal banquet near the Tower of London for a medieval-style dinner theater. Enjoy a 4-course dinner with drinks, and watch court jesters, fighting knights, acrobats, musicians, and dancers.
Immerse yourself in the tragedy of ‘The Phantom of The Opera’ at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London. The world’s highest-grossing musical, this multi-award-winning show features an Andrew Lloyd Webber score that turns its story of a mythical figure from shadowy Paris Opera House into a sensation. Be swept away by the love story to timeless melodies including the rousing ‘The Music of the Night.’ Choose standard-price or top-price seating for this London Phantom of The Opera production, and upgrade to enjoy a 2-course restaurant dinner before the show.
Experience one of London’s most loved traditions of seeing a show in the West End. Wicked the Musical has been seen by 50 million viewers in 14 countries and has been running at the Apollo Victoria Theatre in London for over a decade. The award-winning show tells the untold story of the witches of Oz. The performance is recommend for children seven years and older and children three and under are not permitted.
Become mesmerized by the infectious music and loveable characters of the magnificent 'Mamma Mia' musical. Sing along to 22 of ABBA’s most spectacular songs as the entertaining array of characters is revealed; follow the romantic dreams of Sophie and enjoy the feisty attitude of her mother, Donna, during the hypnotic show. Tap your foot to global hits like Dancing Queen, 'Mamma Mia' and 'Thank You' for the Music and leave the theater with a sense of pure joy after the uplifting performance.
Travel through time to Elizabethan London on a guided tour of the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Visit the reconstructed theater on the city’s Bankside and enjoy lively commentary about staging and performance in Shakespeare’s day. Then, head into the Globe Exhibition with an audio guide to listen to recordings of riveting performances and learn about drama in 16th-century London from interactive displays. Make your experience even more memorable by upgrading to include a sumptuous 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'–themed afternoon tea at the Globe's restaurant.
Let your fantasies unwind at Phantom of the Opera, now in its 32nd year at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London.Adapted from Gaston Leroux's classic novel of mystery and suspense, Phantom features Andrew Lloyd Webber's best known music including "All I Ask of You" and "The Music of the Night." Be mesmerized and entranced when you see Phantom at this historic West End theater. Guarantee yourself the seats you want at a great price point, for an experience you’ll remember for a lifetime.
Guarantee your ticket to one of the West End’s most popular plays by booking a seat at The Play That Goes Wrong in advance. Seeing a show in the West End is a must-do activity when in London, and booking your seat in advance means you’ll avoid disappointment to the often sold-out show on the day. Plus, you can choose from an afternoon or evening performance to suit your schedule.
See the world’s leading tribute to the BBC’s Fawlty Towers TV series at Faulty Towers The Dining Experience, two hours of brilliant fun in the heart of London’s theater land. Head to the Radisson Blu Edwardian Bloomsbury Hotel and enjoy a unique theatrical script, lightning-quick improvisation, and a 3-course lunch or dinner – not to mention shocking service and hilarious theatrical scenes.
Experience the magnificence of medieval merriment with your host Henry VIII during a boisterous 4-hour banquet in London. Absorb the vibrant atmosphere of vaulted cellars beside Tower Bridge as you enjoy entertainment from minstrels and strolling players; feast upon a four-course English meal bursting with fulfilling flavor; and sip refreshing ale and delicious wine during your truly unforgettable epicurean experience.
Experience the world’s longest-running West End musical with tickets to the London 'Les Misérables' at the Queen’s Theatre. Based on the incredible novel by Victor Hugo, this award-laden musical tells the tale of Jean Valjean, a fugitive in 19th-century France. A story of passion, courage, redemption, and the indomitability of the human spirit, the show enthralls and uplifts you with songs such as ‘I Dreamed a Dream,’ and others. Opt for standard or top-price seats, and upgrade to enjoy a 3-course pre-show dinner at a charming theater-district restaurant.
Watch the Thames River light up at night on a dinner cruise with live jazz. Kick-off your night with a glass of sparkling wine as you glide into the current, and spot the iconic Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, the London Eye, and Tower of London. Enjoy jazz classics along with swing and Latin tunes, then relax over a 3-course dinner in a heated cabin. Savor dishes like cheese and charcuterie, chicken escalope, and rich berry cheesecake, with plenty of time to take in the sights between courses.
Enjoy a one-of-a-kind—and hilarious—night out in London when you attend an international stand-up comedy showcase at Comedy Carnival Leicester Square: one of the city’s most celebrated comedy clubs. Located conveniently in the West End, the venue has seen legends like Russell Brand, Michael McIntyre, and Sara Pascoe take to its stage. Book tickets before you travel to guarantee entry to this always-popular event.
Solve mysteries in the real sets and environments from the hit TV series Sherlock. Enjoy original audio and video content from the stars of the show including Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Andrew Scott and more.
On this silent disco with a twist, combine a pumping rave with after-dark sightseeing on the River Thames. Strap on your personal headphones, fire up the DJ of your choice and cut loose to the tunes with your friends. When you’re done dancing, enjoy this cruise down the river as the cityscape glitters around you. Sail under the Tower Bridge and past glittering city landmarks like Big Ben and the London Eye.
Get caught up in one of Agatha Christie’s classic murder mysteries with a ticket to the ‘The Mousetrap’ at London’s St. Martin’s Theatre. Adapted from a story penned by the masterly Christie, this suspenseful play is the world’s longest running show, and has been transfixing audiences since its opening in 1952. Keep guessing as a group of suspicious characters, trapped in a hotel by a blizzard, are picked off by a murderer in one nerve-shredding twist after another. The final unmasking of the culprit is a legendary West End secret!
Step away from the commercial hype of London as I welcome you to the alternative parts London nightlife. Expect a tailor-made LGBTQ+ evening filled with either must-see live acts, racy cabaret, vogue balls, rich discussions, art exhibitions and hidden gems unknown to most locals. Learn about London's LGBTQ+ history & community as we immerse ourselves into the night . We will be chatting, walking and mixing with other revelers in a vibrant events & underground after parties.
All are welcome! Anyone with an open mind and an appetite for a truly unforgettable night should join . Come see how the pride colours flourish in our diverse city.
Grab the hottest seat in town: to see the outrageous ‘The Book of Mormon’ at London’s Prince of Wales Theatre. Penned by ‘South Park’ writers Trey Parker and Matt Stone with ‘Avenue Q’ co-creator Robert Lopaz, this subversive musical satire charts the antics of two Mormon students sent from Salt Lake City to convert the natives of a poverty- and famine-struck Ugandan village. Poking fun at cultural cultural and religious mores, this subversive, goofy musical will surprise, shock, entertain and ultimately disarm you with its no-holds-barred story and controversial-but-catchy score.
A night of incredible entertainment featuring stars from the world's of London's Cabaret scene. You never know who might take to the stage at A Night in Soho - expect burlesque, comedy, variety, drag queens and more!
London attracts visitors from across the world to its landmarks and attractions, but navigating the streets to explore solo cuts into valuable sightseeing time. On this walking tour, leave the map behind and follow your guide to famous sites like the Tower of London and Westminster Abbey. Catch the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace, and learn of London’s theater history at Shakespeare's Globe.
London has so many choices when it comes to evening entertainment, but this musical gives you an opportunity to watch something that’s based on real-life events. The moving “Come From Away” is based on the actions of the Canadian Newfoundland community who took in 7,000 stranded air passengers after their planes were diverted to Gander Airport following 9/11. Learn how residents offered shelter, food and clothes, and hear the stories of romance too.
Fancy a night out on the West End? Dip a toe into London’s thriving theater scene—and attend one of the most in-demand productions in town—when you book tickets to “Pretty Woman: The Musical.” Based on the 1990 blockbuster starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, the musical tells a love story for the ages, complete with an original soundtrack. Secure your seats before you travel for a stress-free experience.