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Stuck for Things To Do At The Weekend?

Press Release: March 26, 2010

You have the ability to comfortably merge your own London theatre break together with a vacation to see some of the most reputable tourist locations inside the city, such as the Tower of London, the London Eye, or one of the museums. Oxford Street and nearby Bond Street are probably close to our own hotels and are really perfect for a quick shopping trip to stock up on the latest fashions.

As well as having various of the most enjoyable musicals and plays within London, anyone could possibly go to an open-air display, observe the royal pageantry at Buckingham Palace, be pleasantly surprised by the wax figurines in Madame Tussauds, or stroll along the banks of the river Thames and enjoy the buzz of this cheerful and effective destination.

Scheduling a West End treatment room break with Radisson Edwardian is a good way to combine a short break together with a fascinating night at a smash-hit play or musical. We provide the prospect for everyone to be first in line to see one of the the best shows throughout the capital.

For the most part production have matinee performances commencing at around 3:00pm in the week and at the weekend. Nighttime shows normally get going from 7.30 8.00pm. So if you are looking for London theatre tickets, its comfortable to ebook along with Radisson Edwardian Hotels for a night of fun and entertainment and enjoy luxury four or five star hotel accommodation.

To find out more about reserving a London theater break, please visit the Radisson Edwardian Hotels website

Sister ActThe Sister Act is already proving popular with London audiences with standing ovations for the first four weeks preview performances. Sheila Hancock (playing Mother Superior) and Patina Miller (Deloris Van Cartier) have been particularly praised by critics for their outstand performances.

So with a musical thats had so much positive reviews, why not put it on your things to do list.

Billy ElliotWhen it comes to musicals, it has to be Billy Elliot, an all-singing, all-dancing stage spectacular!

The Billy Elliot theatre show is based on the brilliant Billy Elliot movie of 2000, which was nominated for a total of three Oscars and thirteen Bafta awards.

The story of Billy Elliot
The Billy Elliot story is set in the north of England during the miners strike in the mid 1980s. Billy Elliots single father is a miner and the two start to clash over strike breaking and picket lines.

Further discord between the two is inevitable when chance takes Billy into a girls ballet class. He is spellbound by the dancing and becomes determined to make it as a professional dancer. His father is unsympathetic at first, wanting him to take up boxing instead, but Billy is encouraged by a dance teacher to audition for the Royal Ballet School in London. Against all the odds, Billy Elliot achieves his dream and changes his fathers hard-line opinion in the process.

To book either these, or any other west end theatre show, visit http://www.radissonedwardian.co.uk/london-theatre-breaks.html to find the best theatre and hotel weekend break.

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