London Theatre Breaks
Book a hotel and theatre package in London

London Theatre Breaks

Booking a hotel and a theatre ticket at the same can be a great way to see easily see the best shows in London while staying in the city's top hotels. By partnering with London's best hotels as well as the West End's most iconic theatre shows, we're able to help to create the perfect London theatre break

There are hundreds of reasons to visit London: see the historical sights, visit its world-famous museums, or head to the West End to see a play or musical. No matter what your taste, there's something to choose from: whether its a traditional musical such as Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera or The Lion Kingor a modern play such as Harry Potter and the Cursed Child or The Play That Goes Wrong

With a host of accessible hotels to choose from, you'll be able to stay in a central London location with rooms available in Bloomsbury, Holborn, Kensington, Regents Park and more. 

And there's plenty more to do once you get here. See London from above by taking a trip on the London Eye, visit the renowned London Zoo, take a trip along the Thames with a River Cruise, or pose with the stars at Madame Tussauds

To book your next London Theatre Break, click here to browse the collection of shows we have to offer. 

Top London theatre shows to see

The Lion King

The Lion King


Originally opened in London in 1999, the stage adaptation of Disney's The Lion King has been a favourite of visitors to London for 20 years. Featuring all the favourites from the film, including Elton John's "Can You Feel The Love Tonight", "Circle of Life" and "Hakuna Matata", the story follows Simba on his quest to become the king of Pride Lands, and overcome his evil uncle Scar. If you've seen the films, then you'll love this magical musical which brings the story to life with incredible set pieces and masterful puppetry transforming a traditional London theatre into the heart of the Serengeti. 

Book your The Lion King theatre break here

Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera

Andrew Lloyd Webber's classic musical The Phantom of the Opera is one of London's longest-running musical productions, beloved by theatre lovers for its unique storyline and epic music. With songs such as "Music of the Night", "All I Ask of You" and "The Phantom of the Opera", it is based on the traditional French novel and tells of a singer named Christine who becomes the obsession of a musical genius who lives beneath the Paris Opera House. It's tragic, romantic and beautiful all at the same time, and a musical that will stick long in your memory. 

Book a Phantom of the Opera theatre break here

Harry Potter

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

The final instalment of JK Rowling's incredible Harry Potter series, the eighth story was told on the stage rather than on the page, with Rowling collaborating with some of British theatre's finest minds to create an epic two-part play. Picking up where the last book left off - as an adult Harry Potter waves his children off on the Hogwarts Express - the familiar trio Harry, Hermione and Ron find themselves in trouble once again as evil forces in the wizarding world prevail. It's such a story to tell that it's told over the course of two plays, which you can see on the same day (in the afternoon and evening), or across two consecutive evenings. 

Book your Harry Potter and the Cursed Child theatre break here


Set in the Land of Oz - where Dorothy found herself lost in The Wizard of Oz - this musical tells the story of how the Wicked Witch of the West became just that, as a young Elphaba and Glinda begin their term at Shiz University. The musical was a hit on Broadway, praised for its songs such as "Defying Gravity" and "For Good", and has been running in London for over 10 years now. 

Book your Wicked theatre break here

The Book of Mormon

From the creators of adult cartoon series South Park, this irreverent, hilarious musical follows a group of Mormon missionaries who preach to a Ugandan village, unaware of how their cultures might clash. This musical isn't for the faint-hearted: it's loud, it's offensive, and absolutely hysterical. Unlike anything else in the West End, The Book of Mormon is a comedy experience that has attracted millions of audience members from across the world 

Book your The Book of Mormon theatre break here


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