london theatre breaks for Shows of the month for June - theatre breaks deals

With the announcement this week that theatre breaks are now on sale for the London premiere of Tina – The Tina Turner Musical it occurred to me that there was a definite ’60s vibe going on in the West End in 2017 and this is only set to continue winto 2018 Olivier Award winners Beautiful : The Carole King Musical and Sunny Afternoon led the ’60s revival with the former

£99 Theatre Breaks in London's West End

£99 Theatre Breaks Our £99 Theatre Breaks to London are back for the Winter Season. Featuring a range of popular shows it really is possible to stay in London and see one of Theatreland’s top musicals or plays for less! Each month the shows change. In December we are happy to be able to offer the hit new musical from Broadway: Kinky Boots including ticket and hotel from under £99

Olivier Award Winning Theatre Breaks

Part of the problem about Award shows is that, quite often, the winners are shows and actors that can no longer be seen in London’s West End! Fortunately, for anyone planning a theatre break in 2015, that is not the case this year… well not the case if you are planning to see a musical or a comedy, but if you were hoping to see one of our award winning

Springing into the West End (and beyond)

A gorge of shows are opening in the West End, Edinburgh and Stratford upon Avon during the next couple of months certain to take the chill off the below freezing temperatures we are experiencing at the moment. First up on 10th February, the successful Broadway transfer of Beautiful : The Carole King Musical opens at the Aldwych theatre (and Theatre Break Angels are excited to be seeing it on 25th Feb). Depicting

Winter Warmers for 2015

2015 looks to be a promising year in the West End with the return of Sirs Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart to the stage in Pinter’s No Man’s Land and Benedict Cumberbatch in the eagerly anticipated new production of Hamlet which opens at the Barbican theatre in August. However, first let’s concentrate on January and whilst there seems to be a plethora of shows closing (Dance til Dawn, White Christmas, Great