Theatre Breaks News

Who's Annie?

Who are the lucky three who get the share a stage with Miranda Hart when the musical Annie opens at the Piccadilly theatre in May 2017?

Dreamgirls in London

The prestigious Olivier Awards took place earlier this month and fortunately this year the winners and nominees included quite a few shows that are still in the West End. Here are the shows that picked up the bronze gongs on the night… Dreamgirls Savoy Theatre Winner Best Actress in a musical: Amber Riley Winner Best Actor in a supporting role in a Musical: Adam J Bernard What’s it about? Thirty-five years

New-comer, Vikki Bebb to star in Tiger Bay

Dream role for Valley’s Girl Welsh musical theatre graduate Vikki Bebb, has landed the lead role for the previews in Cape Town of  Tiger Bay the Musical. Bebb, a valleys girl from Abercynon and graduate from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, will play Rowena Pryddy, also a valleys girl fighting for her place in the world, looking for true love and aspiring for prosperity. This will be

West End Waitress Whispers

Back in June 2016, the Daily Mail’s showbiz correspondent Baz Bamigboye revealed that Broadway hit show Waitress would be opening in the West End in Spring 2017 and then it all went a bit quiet. Obviously the show’s not going to open any time soon in London, but this week whisperings have started up again that the show could see a UK premiere in 2018. Waitress was originally a film written and

Maria Friedman

Seven-time Olivier Award winner Maria Friedman will direct Dusty, the first authorised musical charting the life of “panda-eyed” songstress Dusty Springfield which will premiere in the UK in 2018. Although Maria Friedman is best know for her award winning performances in musicals, more recently her directing credits have included Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along for Menier Chocolate Factory, which won the Critics’ Circle Award for Best Musical in 2012, and, more

Buckingham Palace Summer Opening Packages

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of Her Majesty The Queen and serves as both home and office.

Today the State Rooms are used extensively by The Queen and Members of the Royal Family to receive and entertain their guests on state, ceremonial and official occasions. During August and September when The Queen makes her annual visit to Scotland, the Palace’s nineteen state rooms are open to visitors. Buckingham Palace Royal Theatre Breaks in London!

Credit: Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is aiming to be an even greater visual feast in 2017 by adding an extra Splash of Tartan to procedings. With the help of the Scottish Clan Events Fund and the Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs, the 2017 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo will feature up to 300 Clansmen and women from the great Clans on special clan nights. The man given the job of organising

Mother's Day Theatre Breaks

Book your Mum a Theatre Break Mother’s Day falls on Sunday 26th March this year, so still plenty of time to organise a beautiful fun-filled spring weekend away for the most important woman in your life – your Mum! Need some help with gift ideas? Look no further … Great shows for Mother and Daughters : This year there’s a “new girl on the block” with Gary Barlow’s The Girls based

Half Term Theatre Breaks

Half Term Breaks in London – theatre, event and hotel packages for the whole family available now for Spring, Summer and Autumn half terms in 2017 We have some great ideas for you to keep the kids thoroughly entertained

romantic valentine theatre breaks

Romance is in the air on the weekend of 13 – 14th February 2016. Beat the last minute rush and book your Valentine’s Day Theatre Break now to get the best out of what London has to offer.

Take That Wonderland O2 London 2017

Take That’s Wonderland at London’s O2 The boys are back this summer but Theatre Breaks have sold out of our Take That Packages featuring tickets for the O2 peformances of Wonderland Live. Sorry! Take That always offer amazing live shows, so whether you are a new fan or a fan from way back, we know that you will have an amazing evening. Our packages included tickets in the lower tier,

Million Dollar Quartet

The legendary meeting in 1956 of rock and rolls four most famous stars makes Million Dollar Quartet a million dollar theatre break treat this Christmas

Stepping Out Steps into the West End

Familiar TV faces will be in the all-star cast of Stepping Out when it steps out on the Vaudeville theatre’s stage next Spring. ITV’s BGT judge Amanda Holden will join Tamsin Outhwaite, Angela Griffin, Tracey-Ann Oberon and Nicola Stephenson in a short tour of Richard Harris’ play Stepping Out, including Bath, Chichester and Richmond, before the heart-warming comedy opens in the West End in March 2017. Harris’ ingenious writing weaves a wonderfully funny

Miss Saigon on UK Tour

Miss Saigon Theatre Breaks with tickets and hotel packages to suit all budget to see the smash hit musical on its UK tour in 2017/2018. Breaks include optional discounted rail travel: The fall of Saigon in the final days of the Vietnam war is the setting for Miss Saigon – the award winning musical which originally opened in the West End in 1989.

Edinburgh Fringe Awards 2016 - The Stage

Liam Brennan for Diary of a Madman and Kill the Beast for Don’t Wake the Damp are the first two recipients of The Stage’s Edinburgh Awards for 2016. The theatre newspaper reviews hundreds of Edinburgh Fringe shows each year, taking on extra staff for the job and, for the last 21 years, the awards have highlighted hot shows and excellent acting on the fringe. Don’t Wake the Damp was described

Historical 'Hamilton' gets UK premiere

Winner of 9 prestigious Tonys at the 2016 awards ceremony in New York, the record-breaking Broadway musical, Hamilton, will open at the newly renovated Victoria Palace in October 2017. Creator and starring in the Broadway production, award winning Lin-Manuel Miranda is flying high in the West End after his other brain-child In The Heights triumphed at this year’s Oliviers in London. Producer of the Hamilton’s London production, musical maestro Cameron Mackintosh,