Thinking about taking a weekend away? Read on for some advice on London theatre breaks from Dublin.
London's West End
The West End is located in Central London and contains a lot of the city's top tourist attractions and theatres. The West End is the entertainment capital of the UK and is home to the nation's theatre and film industry. There are also a variety of bars, nightclubs, restaurants and hotels. The area is host to the highest level of commercial theatre in the English speaking world and there are shows to satisfy all tastes.
Theatre breaks are hotel and theatre ticket packages designed for those who wish to go to a show or play while staying in London. Popular hotels offered by companies include the Holiday Inn and Britannia International. Some of the packages currently on offer include Dirty Dancing from £75, the Lion King from £78 and Wicked from £75. This year marks the 25th anniversary of Les Miserables and to mark the occasion there are a number of special offers available including hotel accommodation and ticket from just £93 per person.
Getting to London from Dublin
Getting to London from Dublin is relatively easy and there is a lot of choice with between 37 and 44 flights every day. The flight duration is also just 1 hour and 18 minutes. Ryanair fly to Stansted, Gatwick and Luton with the first flight at 6.25 am. Prices start from €14.99 one way. Aer Lingus fly to Heathrow and Gatwick, BMI also fly to Heathrow and Air France fly to London City airport.