How lucky to live near London to enjoy the theatre and all its glory. London is the theatre capital of the world and it has something for everyone. I had this preconceived notion that it was somehow only for the upper class. But what I found was an unforgettable experience that leaves me wanting to return for more! Locals and non-locals alike visit the London Theatre Scene looking for thrilling performances or perhaps a new experience, a new show that will give them the feeling they are looking for on that particular evening. Because that is what the London Theatre scene does, it dances with our emotions.
The theatre is accessible to anyone by simply going to the box office and purchasing a few affordable tickets. There are about 40 theatres and, as a first timer, it can be overwhelming deciding what to see. Luckily you can request a London theatre tour guide. You can also find more information about reviews, schedules and tickets at London Theatre Guide. If you love theatrical performances, than London is the Place to be.
While enjoying a beautiful and exhilarating night out, why not visit the fine restaurants with mouth-watering cuisines. The London theatre scene includes shopping at designer boutiques and having fun at the many bars and clubs.
At the Prince of Whales Theatre for example, a most loved and feel good show is “Mamma Mia”. A show loved all over the world because of the music and its characters. Also now showing is “Let it Be” with wonderful music featuring the Beatle’s greatest hits! But most of the shows now playing are relevant to the times. For example, “sucker punch” at the Royal Court Theatre. London’s theatre is an expression of the city itself and what is happening all over the world. To visit a show is to watch real stories unfold in a bright, real and thrilling experience.
If you haven’t fallen in love with the theatre yet, now is the time. London is beaming and changing and the shows getting more real and more vivid than I can remember or is it just me? Visiting London seems a serious matter but it is not. The London Theatre is the place to be.