Top London Theatre Breaks - Create your own theatre break package. Choose the show you want to watch, select a hotel and the number of nights, include travel by rail or fly to London from your nearest airport. Add extras such as a meal out at a restaurant and tickets to attractions.
- The Donmar Warehouse is one of London’s leading producing theatres, a 250 seat subsidised (not-for-profit) theatre located in the heart of London’s West End.
See what's on, buy tickets and merchandise or find out more about the theatre and its history.
National Theatre - Official website for the Royal National Theatre situated on London's South Bank. See what's on, plan your visit, take an online tour of the theatre and discover exclusive content concerning current productions.
Pleasance Theatre - Independent fringe theatre in Islington which first opened in 1995. Some of the memorable shows include Fever Pitch by Nick Hornby (1996) Richard II (1997), Richard III (1998), Swan Song by Jonathan Harvey (1997), The Demon Headmaster (1998), The Animals of Farthing Wood (1998), Conversations With My Agent (1998), Small Craft Warnings (1999), Corpus Christi (1999), The Donkey Show (2000), Nicholas Parsons' Happy Hour (2000-2005), Lady Salsa (2000), The John Wayne Principle (2001), New Boy (2002), The Gruffalo (2004/5), The Alchemist by Paulo Coehlo (2005) and National Hero starring Timothy West and Nichola McAuliffe (2005).
Riverside Studios - Situated on the banks of the Thames in Hammersmith, Riverside Studios is West London's leading centre for contemporary and international performance and cinema. Comprising two main performance studios, a cinema, a TV studio and production galleries, rehearsal/workshop space, numerous offices and a large contemporary cafe/bar and terrace, the theatre programme presents a mix of co-productions and international visiting work, often at the cutting edge of performance, with the cinema being one of the last fully repertory programmes in the UK – two different double bills every night.
Sadler's Wells - Famous Islington theatre showcasing contemporary dance, opera and music theatre. The theatre dates back to the 1680s when Mr Dick Sadler opened his 'musick house'. The present theatre opened its doors in October 1998.
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre - Official website of the reconstructed Shakespeare's Globe on London's Bankside which was founded by the pioneering American actor and director Sam Wanamaker. The Shakespeare’s Globe Trust is dedicated to the experience and international understanding of Shakespeare in performance. View history, visitor information and details of current season.
The Arts Theatre - Official website of the contemporary theatre located close to Leicester Square.
The Old Vic Theatre - Official website of one of London's oldest theatres, close to Waterloo.
The Royal Court Theatre - Leading national theatre company in Sloane Square dedicated to staging new work by innovative writers from the UK and around the world.
The UCL Bloomsbury - Theatre close to London's West End with 550 comfortable seats, each with plenty of room to stretch your legs and no pillars to block your view. The website provides details on current performances and venue information.
Theatre Royal Haymarket - Official website of the famous Theatre Royal on Haymarket. The theatre originally opened as the Little Theatre in the Haymarket in December 1720 with the production La Fille a la Mode. Some notable recent productions include A Streetcar Named Desire (1997), The Importance of Being Earnest (1999), The Royal Family starring Dame Judi Dench, followed by Vanessa Redgrave and Joely Richardson in Oscar Wilde's Lady Windermere's Fan (2002), The Rat Pack, featuring the music of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jnr (2003), When Harry Met Sally (2004) and Waiting for Godot (2010).