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,
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We’ve had Lord of the Rings, Titanic, Jerkyl and Hyde, Legally Blonde, Groundhog Day and now another film to stage adaptation comes in the form of The Hunger Games opening, it’s reported, in London in summer 2016.
Hollywood icon Glenn Close will reprise her role as Norma Desmond in a semi-staged production of Sunset Boulevard at the London Coliseum home to the English National Opera company.
Hi You may have noticed over the past few months that “Show of the Month” has become a bit of a “thing” here at Theatre Breaks. Breaks including top price (Band A) tickets for a top West End show and accommodation with breakfast from £99 per person is quite a deal! The good news is that the Olivier Award-winning musical, Billy Elliot is “Show of the Month” for March. [tweet
If you don’t have kids you probably have no idea how close the Summer Holidays came to ending in World War Three! I hope I am not tempting fate by saying that we can all now breath a sigh of relief and get on with our lives… and hopefully that includes a bit of theatre! I think the most tantalising opening of the Autumn season so far announced is that
It’s the 400th anniversary since William Shakespeare’s death and this this year you can remember the greatest playwright of all time with a theatre break to see one of his many plays being produced by the RSC this summer at the World Shakespeare Festival.
Did you know that Valentine’s Day is less than 6 weeks away? And the powers that be in top-flight football have deemed that Thursday 14th February will be the date of the 1st leg of the Europa League matches. With 4 English football teams competing, the romantics amongst us will certainly need all our powers of persuasion to entice our footie-loving other halves away from the tv that night.
A magical Christmas for young and old with tickets to The Snowman – now a regular fixture in the West End’s December schedule and more Fairy Godmother magic with traditional pantomime, Cinderella, at the Hackney Empire…
Feel good feline musical Cats returns to the Edinburgh Playhouse in February 2013
A new Booking System means the ability to book inclusive rail travel with Theatre Breaks
Now everything can be done in one visit to one website: theatre tickets, train tickets, hotel accommodation, pre-theatre meals and entries to attractions can all be booked at www.theatrebreaks.com
We are very pleased to be able to offer you highly sought after day tickets to the ever popular RHS Chelsea Flower Show in London this May.
If "the play’s the thing" for you, then check out three great productions – Abigail’s Party, Jumpy & Posh – coming to London’s West End this summer
How about this for an amazing statistic…. When Des O’Connor sets foot on the London Palladium stage in his new role as The Wizard in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sensational production of The Wizard of Oz later this month – it’ll be his 1,250th appearance on said same stage!!!
This week’s offers include 6 of the best theatre breaks in London’s West End. From Award Winning Phantom of the Opera Theatre Breaks to the longest running musical Les Miserables Theatre Breaks, there’s every reason for you to take advantage of these amazing ticket & hotel deals!
It’s only 6 weeks away until the long Easter weekend when you can enjoy quality time with friends and family. So make the most of what London has to offer this Spring with a variety of hit musicals, jaw-dropping dance shows and thought-provoking plays. Here’s our pick of the best…
Tis the season to dance, dance, dance! With Strictly back on our tv screens and pulling in millions of viewers each week, it seems that the British love of dance is getting greater by the year. So, what dance shows are worth catching in the next six months? Here’s the definitive list..
It’s never too early to think about how to entertain the kids during half term breaks. Think ahead to the Autumn and book now for an Ice Age Live! Theatre Break in London. See this great family favourite come alive on the ice at Wembley Arena, Cardiff & Nottingham during October & November 2012.
The popular 1960s-set musical Dreamboats And Petticoats will swing back into the West End later this month to play a limited run at the Wyndhams theatre from 16 October to coincide with the release of Universals sixth Dreamboats And Petticoats album.
Much loved television comedian Harry Hill’s talent knows no bounds as he has now penned his first stage musical X Factor Its Time To Face The Musical which will open in London’s West End next year.
It is true to say that the West End’s newest musical The Book of Mormon does exactly what it says on the tin – it’s rude, crude and utterly hilarious…
Nothing says summer has finally arrived more than the ‘pok-pok’ of tennis balls hitting racquets, the clink of Pimms glasses and fresh cream poured on strawberries. You can experience all of this and more on a Wimbledon Experience Pacakge at the All England Club next July.
The great city of London is always buzzing with life and even more so during the summer months when the capitals large open spaces come alive with activity and the West End theatres make sure they are not out done by putting on family entertainment. And there really is something for everyone this May Bank Holiday and Whitsun Half Term…
We have a great last minute deal on Dancing on Ice Theatre Breaks in London. Hotel accomodation and tickets still available for Tuesday 17th April…
With the release of the film Rock of Ages this month, it got me thinking as to what other West End shows have either been made into a film or perhaps started life as one before wowing us all on the stage.
Woman in Black, Billy Elliot, Singing in the Rain, the list is endless, so read on…