Great Hotel and Theatre Breaks In London

Have you seen the Disney smash hit musical, the Lion King? Lion King audiences from around the world have been entertained with this wonderful show which is jam-packed with:-

–       Spectacular colours

–       Stunning effects

–       Mesmerising music

Thousands of people travel to London to enjoy a night out at the theatre. For the very best theatre breaks, travel and accommodation options take a look at The Lion King theatre breaks website. Whatever time of year you decide to visit the exciting city of London, browse online to find theatre, travel and hotel packages.

Great Hotel and Theatre Breaks In London

Everything on one Site

So you’re going to London to see a show? Book a hotel and show package for a theatre break to London at the same time, on the same site, to save cash. If you don’t intend travelling to London under your own steam, booking packages can also include rail travel. London theatre breaks offer short breaks with tickets for all the famous West End Theatres. Benefit from ticket and hotel packages at special rates and discounts, especially during mid week. Why not look out for saver options when you choose your tickets?

There are also one and two night weekend breaks to choose from at the city’s most prestigious West End theatres. Packages include:-

a)    Theatre tickets

b)    A full range of central hotel options

c)    Travel by train

There’s nothing quite like staying in a hotel located in the heart of London. Guests can expect top of the range accommodation and a great base from which to explore the city. You’ll never be too far away from London’s West End theatres where you can enjoy musicals like:-

  1. The Go-Between
  2. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  3. Dream Girls
  4. Jersey Boys
  5. Mamma Mia
  6. Thriller
  7. The Lion King

For an unforgettable evening’s entertainment, watch Disney’s internationally celebrated musical The Lion King come to life at the theatre.

Book a Break

Let your imagination run wild when watching The Lion King. At the heart of this moving and powerful story are the epic adventures of Simba, a wide-eyed and innocent lion cub. Watch his journey through life as he’s destined to become King of the Pridelands. Simba, Prince of Lions, enjoys his life as the heir apparent of the Pridelands but his evil uncle Scar kills Simba’s father and takes the queen as his wife. Simba’s world turns upside down as his wicked uncle tries to entice Simba to his death by making a pact with some hyenas.

The courageous young lion manages to escape and is rescued by Timon and Pumbaa, a meerkat and a wart hog. They teach Simba about their life’s philosophy, No Worries.

The Lion King is extremely popular with audiences of all ages, so it’s a good idea to book a theatre break sooner rather than later. Don’t forget to include hotel accommodation and rail travel. Check theatre, hotel and rail availability as well as online reviews.

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