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The Book of Mormon Theatre Breaks

Written by the animated sitcom?s creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone along with Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez, The Book Of Mormon is a satirical musical that takes shots at everything from organised religion to consumerism, the state of the economy and the musical theatre genre itself
The Book of Mormon Ticket + Hotel From £140.00.

Since hosting the 2012 Olympics, London’s position as number one visitor destination in the world has certainly been maintained, and what better way to visit this city than to sample the bright lights of London’s famous West End.

Considered as offering the highest level of theatre in English-speaking countries, London’s theatreland is host to an eclectic mix of shows that will either dazzle you, pull at your heart strings, or make you want to get up and dance!

Whether you’re looking for a good old musical, up for a laugh with a comedy performance, or if a bit of drama is what entertains you, with over 50 theatre shows showing at in 40 theatres throughout the year, the West End will have it!

Take in a record breaking production of Mousetrap or The Phantom of the Opera, see an award-winning all time favourite such as Jersey Boys, Billy Elliot or Wicked, or be mesmerised by new additions and returning shows, Charlie and The Chocolate Factory and Dirty Dancing. 

Choose from a range of 2* to 5* hotels when booking your theatre break to London, or book a hotel favoured by our theatre break customers;

  • 3* President Hotel
    • Situated on the stunning Georgian Russell Square, offering traditional values and service, modern amenities and a great location in the heart of the capital.
  • 3* Travelodge Covent Garden
    • Located on Drury Lane, within walking distance of Covent Garden, Holborn, Tottenham Court Road and Charing Cross
  • 4* The Cavendish Hotel
    • Ideally placed on the prestigious Jermyn Street in the heart of Piccadilly, opposite iconic department store Fortnum & Mason and the Royal Academy
  • 4* Hotel Russell
    • Enviably located on the peaceful east side of Russell Square. This 4* star is located within easy reach of the trendy cafés and bars of Bloomsbury.

Not only is this metropolis the place to take in the glitz and glamour of the theatre, but there’s a whole host of attractions and tours you can add to your London theatre break.

Take in the stunning views of London from the EDF Energy London Eye, visit the breathtaking Crown Jewels, sit back and relax on The Original Bus Tour, or meet your favourite celebrities at Madame Tussauds. You can also speed down the Thames at 50 knots on the Thames RIB Speedboat or take a Harrods Vintage Bus Tour round the major sights of London before enjoying a Champagne Tea at Harrods’ Georgian Restaurant.

And it doesn’t stop there! You can even add rail travel from any mainline station in the UK, plus a Visitor Oyster Card so that you can skip the queues in the underground!

Whilst in this diverse Capital city, sampling one of over 35 varieties of culinary delights on offer is a must. Here’s just a snapshot of our personal recommendations:

  • Las Iguanas - For a little bit of Mexican flavour at the Royal Festival Hall: Where food is passion and service is paramount.
  • Scoff and Banter Leicester Square - Fine dining British food, Al Fresco dining in the heart of London’s theatre and cinema land
  • Ed’s Easy Diner, Soho - Genuine American food at in a 1950’s style diner serving burgers and fries with rock n’ roll on the juke box!
  • The Mint Leaf Restaurant & BarServing innovative Indian cuisine located at the heart of the West End.