West End Tickets And Lunch
Discover London's Theatreland in true style with two coveted tickets to a must-see West End extravaganza.
Your memorable day in Town will begin with lunch at your choice of respected local restaurants, the perfect setting to discuss the evening's entertainment to come!
Explore the glitz and glamour of the West End, to find the name of your chosen Show up in lights, or perhaps even catch the matinee performance.
Whether you're a fan of comedy, horror, musical or drama, this spectacular experience won't disappoint. Upon entering the theatre, you will admire the decadent architecture and stylish decor that make a trip to the West End so special and unique. You will be sat in top category seats, giving you some of the best possible views of the show. When the lights go down you will be transported to another world as the show begins and the talented cast take to the stage.
You will be able to choose from some of the hottest shows in town including: Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, The Mousetrap, Thriller LIVE, The Woman in Black and Come From Away - Winner of best new musical 2019.
(Valid Tuesday to Thursday evening shows. School and public holidays may be limited or cost more. Friday and weekend upgrades available. Subject to availability and allocation. This e-voucher should be redeemed to allow use within 18 months).
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