Theatre Breaks By Coach Boosted by New West End Coach Parking Bays

Theatre Breaks By Coach Boosted by New West End Coach Parking Bays

Theatre breaks by coach boosted by new coach bays New coach spaces have been created by Westminster City Council, the local authority which regulates the streets in the West End of London and that’s good news for the future of theatre breaks by coach  There will be 24 new coach bays created just around the […]

The Biggest West End Theatres

The Biggest West End Theatres

Do you think you know which are the biggest West End theatres? Judging from the highest profile exteriors you might say the Palace theatre where Les Miserables ran for years, and more recently Priscilla and now Singin’ In The Rain. When a new show announces a move into the Palace, you know they are hoping […]

Oliver! London

Oliver! London

Today I’m looking at Oliver! the hit West end musical, as I continuing my series for the magazine of my top 5 classic shows. These are the shows that I think everyone could enjoy whatever their musical taste, and I feel that should definitely hold true for Oliver! London today is still  in some ways […]

Theatre Breaks for Special Occasions

Theatre Breaks for Special Occasions

Anniversary Theatre Breaks In this post for the new Theatre Breaks magazine I declare that I inherited an interest in theatre breaks from my own parents, no less. My mother and father used to travel up to London together, all the way from Truro about once or twice a year, and sometimes it would be […]

West End Guide - Theatreland

West End Guide – Theatreland

West End Guide – where is “Theatreland”? In the heart of the West End of London is an area sometimes called ‘Theatreland’. Traditionally it is bordered by The Strand to the south, Oxford Street to the north, Regent Street to the west, and Kingsway to the east. Important streets with theatres include : Drury Lane, […]