No matter how big and bold the cinema screens gets there is still a huge demand for the many varieties of theatre plays in London. As well as attracting many London tourists they still manage to captivate the interest and hearts of the local crowd. The West End has so much to offer with lots of new plays, comedy, musical, drama etc opening throughout the year. Ensure that you check with the theatre or online to see what’s on and also try to grasp the seating plan of the theatre that you will be visiting as getting a good seat makes it even more enjoyable.
If you want more than just a great stage show why not visit one of London’s many historic theatres like the Royal Albert Hall and The National Theatre or step back in time and take a tour of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. If that does not enchant you then don’t forget to visit the Open-Air Theatre which has had its home in the London Regents Park since 1932.
Royal Albert Hall Theatre
Royal Albert Hall, South Kensington is one of London’s iconic event venues and concert halls opened in 1871 by Queen Victoria as a tribute to her husband Prince Albert (a renowned personality for his respect to duty and service) 10 years after his death.
Having hosted over 150,000 different events from classical concerts to banquets, ballet, award ceremonies, community events, charity performances, school events and much more, it is also the proud home of the annual BB Summer Proms concerts since 1941. The hall is unique with its ancient architecture blended with the technological development of the present, it is a masterpiece and an amazing landmark which you can immerse yourselves into to become part of the magnificent structure and history.
The National – National Theatre of Great Britain is one of London’s famous public-funded theatres. It is home to three different auditoria: Olivier, Lyttelton and Cottesloe Theatre. With book shops, restaurants, bars, and exhibition spaces, it is a perfect place for a break and to unwind. A glimpse of the Somerset House and St Paul’s Cathedral adds more to the artistic style of the building. If you want to capture such great views from the South Bank of River Thames, this is the place to enjoy nature with technology, art, and architecture.
The London Theatre experience will leave you saying to want more!