London’s theatre district really is one of the best in the world and you haven’t had an authentic experience of England’s capital until you’ve seen one of the many glorious shows which perform there every night. There are shows which will have you dancing in the aisle, weeping your taxi on the way home and laughing all the way to your breakfast buffet in the morning; whatever your taste and whatever your age there is something which is guaranteed to tick all the boxes for you.
On the forthcoming pages of this website we will have a look at some of the more popular shows which are currently gracing the West-End, talking you through the plots and the key points of information. However, we simply don’t have the space to talk through all the shows with you and you probably don’t have the time to sit and read through that kind of information either! So, you will have to browse at your own leisure, or maybe just see which one of the eye-catching signs take your fancy once your down in London; whatever you decide to see, you will have an amazing night! Just don’t forget to buy all the souvenirs as well so you can remember your experience.
Once you have factored in the cost of the souvenirs, the programmes, the tub of ice cream at half time and the tickets for the show as well, you will probably be looking at quite a lot of money and, in times like these when nobody really has that much money to be spending, you might decide a trip to the theatre is a luxury which you just can’t afford at the moment. Well, hold your horses right there and don’t say another word because there are a couple of solutions which could help.
Firstly, if you’re lucky enough to be under-25 then you should look into the scheme which is currently being run which gives under 25’s a chance to get free tickets for certain performances of certain shows. If, however, you don’t qualify for this scheme then Theatre Breaks offer a really good way to save a bit of money- they think of everything. They get you to London, give you somewhere to stay, often take you out for a pre-theatre meal and then get you into a show as well; all for an amount which is a real saving.