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Beautiful - The Carole King Musical

One of the most popular and successful singer-songwriters of all time, Carole King’s rise to fame is a fascinating story and the subject of the hit Broadway musical Beautiful. Featuring her classic songs and nominated for an astounding seven Tony Awards, the show is set to take the West End by storm – with fabulous music and an inspiring story, Beautiful is simply unmissable. A talented songwriter from an early age, Carole sells her first song – Will You Love Me Tomorrow – at the age of just seventeen and before long, she’s penned hits for incredible artists such as Aretha Franklin, the Shirelles, the Drifters and the Monkees. The untold story of King’s relationship with husband and song-writing partner Gerry Goffin, and her struggle to step into the limelight to perform her own songs, Beautiful charts the singer’s remarkable rise from schoolgirl to superstar. Featuring Carole King’s greatest hits, the show includes the songs Take Good Care of my Baby, You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman, So Far Away, You’ve Got a Friend and It Might As Well Rain Until September....

Billy Elliot

3 Oscar nominations, massive box office success and worldwide critical acclaim made the 2000 film Billy Elliot one of the biggest British hits to date. 5 years later this touching and moving story was brought back to life on the stage and has been inspiring and entertaining West End theatre audiences ever since. Billy Elliot the Musical is a fantastic adaptation of the magnificent film that sees one 11 year old boy break the mould and fight against the odds to follow his dreams of becoming a dancer. Set in a working class North England town, against the backdrop of the violent 1980’s miner’s strike, Billy Elliot the Musical has a gritty realism underlying what is a fabulous feel good story. The story follows Billy who faces potential ridicule and shame, Billy must train in private with the help of his supportive Ballet Teacher and hide his love of dancing from his stern, working class father. However, when the audition of a life time comes knocking, Billy must either risk disappointing his family or say goodbye to his dancing dreams. With a musical score by Sir Elton John and the same award-winning creative team that were behind the film (writer Lee Hall, director Stephen Daldry and choreographer Peter Darling), Billy Elliot the Musical pays real homage and honour to what is now a classic British movie....

Charlie and The Chocolate Factory

A Roald Dahl classic is returning to the stage this year in the form of the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory musical at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London. From 28th June 2013, guests on a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory theatre break will enjoy a fantastic recreation of the well-loved story with huge stage numbers and stunning costume design.
Based on the original 1964 book, the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory musical follows the story of a young boy, Charlie Bucket, who wins the chance to explore the infamous Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory.
PLEASE NOTE - See his journey through despair and ecstasy, sadness and elation, all performed on a spectacular musical scale....

Gypsy

Following a remarkable run at the Chichester Festival, Gypsy is this year’s most hotly-anticipated transfer to the West End. The popular musical, not seen on the London stage for forty years, stars Imelda Staunton as Momma Rose, reprising her critically-acclaimed turn at Chichester. The Stephen Sondheim musical recounts the true story of the life of entertainer Gypsy Rose Lee, and is best known for a string of hit productions on Broadway and on the small screen, starring the likes of Angela Lansbury, Ethel Merman and Bette Midler. Momma Rose is an ambitious stage mother; in her two daughters, the talented Baby June and the mousy and introverted Louise, Rose has a vaudeville act she can sell across the country, and realise her own dreams of stardom. When Rose meets Herbie, a former agent and promoter, the whole family hit upon a winning formula. Ultimately, arguments and ambition upset the cart, and one by one Momma Rose’s touring family goes their separate ways.....

Jersey Boys

One of the most successful bands of all time the Four Seasons have sold over 175 million records worldwide. The award winning Jersey Boys tells the story of how the four original members of the New Jersey band formed and follows their rise to fame, their subsequent successes and difficulties and their eventual break up. Jersey Boys chronicles the journey of Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi from the streets of New Jersey to becoming one of the biggest bands of all time, being inducted in the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame in 1990. In the early days the Four Season were a far cry from the clean cut image that they grew into. Haunted by debt, petty crime and violence the band struggled through the beginnings of their career. With personal relationships straining and the mafia keeping a watchful eye over them the band were under constant pressure to reach success and pay back their debts. Jersey Boys features many of the bands huge hits, recognizable across generations. Songs such as Beggin’, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Oh What A Night, Walk Like A Man, Bye Bye Baby (Baby Goodbye), Sherry, and Big Girls Don’t Cry keep the audience spellbound. Having opened on Broadway in 2005 Jersey Boys has been seen by over 4 million people worldwide and won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Musical....

Les Miserables

Renowned as the longest running musical of all time Les Misérables London is the powerful story of ex-convict Jean Valjean and his attempts to re-enter into a society that has abandoned him. Set in 19th Century France amidst the struggles of the French revolution Les Misérables is a tale of passion, love and broken dreams. After 19 years in prison Jean Valjean is a free man, yet marked by his parole papers he is made an outcast. In an attempt to start his life anew Jean Valjean changes his name and moves away, breaking his parole. Pursued by Inspector Javert the two men’s lives interweave as their paths cross time and time again. With an array of emotive characters, driving plot twists and impressive songs Les Misérables London has placed itself firmly in the hearts of its audience. Les Misérables award winning score includes the songs I Dreamed a Dream, On My Own, One More Day and Do You Hear The People Sing. Seen by more than 60 million people worldwide in 42 countries and in 21 languages, this spectacular adaptation of Victor Hugo's masterpiece continues to thrill audiences night after night....

Mamma Mia

Premiered in the West End in 1999, Mamma Mia London has been seen by over 45 million people all around the world. With a superb soundtrack featuring some of Abba’s biggest hits Mamma Mia tells a warming and light hearted story of love, laughter and friendship. Sophie and her mum Donna live on the beautiful Greek island of Calicos, but with her wedding upcoming Sophie longs the father she has never known to walk her down the aisle. The night before her wedding she confesses to her friends that she has invited the three men who she thinks could be her father to the big day. As they all arrive to the island they last visited 20 years ago, she struggles to keep them hidden from her mother whilst trying to find clues to the identity of her real father. With Donnas’ two best friends at hand events spiral on in a show that has been pleasing audiences for more than a decade. Mamma Mia in London is a feel good musical and includes a host of Abba’s greatest hits. Popular songs featured in this musical are Dancing Queen, The Winner Takes It All, SOS, Knowing Me Knowing You, Take A Chance On Me, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, The Name Of The Game, Money, Money, Money, Super Trouper, Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! And Mamma Mia....

Matilda The Musical

Following a hugely successful run in Stratford upon Avon Matilda - A Musical is heading for London’s Cambridge Theatre. Roald Dahl’s much loved story has been brought to life by Dennis Kelly and award-winning comedian and musician Tim Minchin. Many of the original cast will reprise their roles for the Cambridge Theatre. Matilda follows the story of an ordinary girl with extraordinary powers. Matilda Wormwood’s parents think she is nothing but a nuisance where as she thinks they care more about the TV than her. When they are not slouched in front of the telly, she is ignored by her mother in favour of ballroom dancing and by her father for dodgy business deals. At school Matilda life isn’t much better with the monstrous Miss Trunchbull terrifying the students and teachers, that is until one day Matilda discovers her powers and decides the grown up’s need to be taught a lesson. In 1996 the fantastic story of Matilda was adapted into a film and now the stage adaptation is taking the theatre world by storm. The Musical was awarded the Peter Heppie Award for Best Musical at The Critics Circle Award. Matilda - A Musical is recommended for a general audience. As an advisory to adults who might bring young people, the show is suitable for ages 6 and up. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Nearest Underground Station: Covent Garden....

Phantom of the Opera

The Brilliant Original: The Phantom of the Opera celebrated its 25th Anniversary with three spectacular sell-out performances at the Royal Albert Hall in October 2011.Now in its 26th record-breaking year, this multi-award winning musical continues to captivate audiences night after night. Renowned across the globe The Phantom of the Opera is the world’s best selling musical. Based on the 1911 novel by Gaston Leroux The Phantom of the Opera London tells a Gothic tale of love and destruction in the heart of the Paris Opera. When the lead soprano of the opera refuses to go on stage through fear of the mysterious opera ghost, chorus girl Christine Daaé gets her opportunity to shine. Triumphant on the stage she returns to her dressing room to be congratulated by childhood friend Raoul, confiding in him that it is the Angel of Music who has taught her. Fraught with jealousy the Phantom of the Opera appears to Christine and takes her to his lair across the lake beneath the Opera House. Struggling with his love for Christine and determined that she will sing the lead in the opera for him the Phantom wreaks havoc on any that try to halt his plans. With powerful songs, striking performances and an astounding set The phantom of the Opera London is a must see show. The original cast recording of the Phantom of the Opera London is the biggest selling cast album of all time, having exceeded 40 million sales across the world. Filled with passion and emotion the soundtrack includes the hit songs Music of the Night, Phantom of the Opera, Think of Me, and All I Ask of You. The Phantom of the Opera, London has won over 50 major theatre awards, including the 1986 Olivier Award and the 1988 Tony Award for Best Musical, and has been seen by over 100 million people. Opening at Her Majesty’s theatre in 1986 the Phantom has resided there since and has staged over 10,000 performances at that theatre alone....

The Lion King

Disney’s The Lion King Musical is a stage adaptation of the spectacular film which transports you to the Serengeti Plains with the moving rhythms of Africa. Join the touching story of young lion prince Simba as he starts his epic journey to become the King of the Pride Lands with help along the way from friends Timon and Pumbaa. After the birth of Simba to King Mufasa and his Queen Sarabi his evil uncle Scar hatches a plan to kill both Simba and Mufasa and proclaim himself as rightful King. Scar tells Mufasa that Simba is trapped and in need of help, Mufasa rushes to rescue his son, but is caught up in a stampede of wildebeests. Simba believing his fathers death is his fault flees the kingdom leaving Scar to reign over the Pride Land. The Lion King Musical follows Simba as he grows up and decides whether to return to the kingdom which has been almost destroyed believing he is to blame. With remarkable award-winning music, amazing costumes and stunning scenery the Lion King Musical is a hit with all of the family. The 2,000 seat Lyceum Theatre has been home to the Lion King Musical since 1999. Located in Westminster this musical has been seen by over 65 million people worldwide and still remains one of the most popular family musicals to date. The Lion King Musical features moving vocal performances from the whole cast and some of the most memorable songs from the film such as the phenomenal “Circle Of Life”. This wonderful show is complete with giant giraffes and antelopes and many more animals brought to life by striking puppets and special effects. The Lion King is recommended for ages 6 and above....

The Railway Children

Following an incredibly popular and Olivier-winning run at Waterloo in 2010, the stage adaptation of E Nesbit’s classic novel The Railway Children is set to delight audiences once again at a purpose-built theatre at King’s Cross Station. Built around a real railway track, and featuring a 60-tonne Steam Locomotive that’s sure to wow viewers of all ages, step back in time with The Railway Children. Follow the adventures of Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis, as they adapt to life in the countryside; the only connection they have to the big city – where their diplomat Father has disappeared to – is the railway line behind their cottage. Adapted several times for the big screen, TV and radio, this beloved period story is a national treasure not to be missed. This version – adapted by Mike Kenney and directed by Damian Cruden – was jointly produced by the York Theatre Royal and the National Railway Museum. Starring Downton Abbey’s Jeremy Swift as station master Mr Perks, the production also sees the return of Caroline Harker, reprising the role she played in 2010 as the children’s Mother.....

War Horse

Based on the celebrated novel by children’s writer Michael Morpurgo the War Horse London play is an award winning smash hit which has captivated audiences taking them on an unforgettable journey through history. Set in the First World War, War Horse is a tale of bravery, loyalty and an extraordinary bond between a young recruit and his horse and our War Horse London Theatre Breaks are the perfect way to experience this critically acclaimed production. At the outbreak of World War One, a young boy named Albert becomes separated from his beloved horse Joey after he is sold to the cavalry and sent to France. Joey ends up serving for both of the warring armies and eventually taken to no man's land. But he is never forgotten by Albert who cannot stop thinking about his friend and is ready to take on the impossible and bring Joey home. Guests on our War Horse London Theatre Breaks will witness the breathtaking production of the play with it’s life sized puppets which are brought to life on stage by the amazing Hangspring Puppet Company which will take you on an emotional journey through history....

Wicked

Wicked the Musical tells the incredible story of an unlikely friendship of two very different girls and their extraordinary adventures in Oz. One is blonde and popular the other is green and misunderstood and after meeting as Sorcery Student’s they embark on a journey that will change their lives. Following an encounter with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, their friendship reaches a crossroads and the girls take very different paths. One is seduced by power and the other remains true to herself as they ultimately fulfil their destinies as Glinda The Good and the Wicked Witch of the West. Having first hit Broadway in 2003 the magical Wicked the Musical is now leaving audiences in London spellbound. This stage adaptation features music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz as well as incredible performances from Rachel Tucker, Gina Beck and Matt Willis, amazing scenery and powerful songs. Wicked the Musical is the unforgettable untold story of Oz as never seen before. Wicked was the winner of the 2010 Laurence Olivier Award for most popular show and has been named the “Best Night Out” at the prestigious Evening Standard Theatre Awards in 2011. Wicked has also been nominated Best West End Show at the Whatsonstage.com Awards 2012. London’s Apollo Victoria Theatre has been home to Wicked the Musical since September 2006 and the theatre itself has been welcoming visitors since 1930. Originally built as a cinema this 2300 seat venue offers a first class venue and a breathtaking show....

Other Shows you may desire, not featured above

A Life of Galileo, A Midsummer Nights Dream (As You Like It), A Tender Thing, Abigail's Party, Boris Godunov, Cabaret, Chariots of Fire, Chicago, Jumpy, King John, Let It Be, Long Days Journey Into Night, Mousetrap, Much Ado About Nothing, One Man Two Guvnors, Our Boys, Posh, Richard III, Scrooge, Soul Sister, Spamalot, Stomp, Sweeney Todd, The Comedy of Errors, The Hurly Burly Show - Naughty But Nice!, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Mouse and his Child, The Orphan of Zhao, The Sunshine Boys, The Tempest, The Wizard of Oz, Thriller - Live, Top Hat, Trollus and Cressida, Twelfth Night, Uncle Vanya, War Horse, What The Butler Saw, Woman in Black, World Class Musicals, Yes Prime Minister....


The London Eye

The Merlin Entertainments London Eye, which at 135 metres is the world's tallest cantilevered observation wheel, offers spectacular 40km panoramic views over London and the surrounding counties on a clear day.
The leisurely 30 minute flight in one of the London Eye's 32 climate-controlled glass capsules reveals many of the most famous landmarks in London including St Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and Big Ben.
PLEASE NOTE - Your London Eye voucher can be purchased at the time of booking your London Break. Your flight time must be confirmed by calling the number on your voucher....


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