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From home we travel to London via the interchange. On arrival we will enjoy a matinee performance of Les Miserables. We will then have some free time in London following the conclusion of the show. From the West End Location it’s easy to get to a number of London’s big attractions including St James’s Park, Leicester Square, Oxford Street and Trafalgar Square. We will then transfer to our overnight hotel.
NOTE you will be dropped off near Haymarket.
After Breakfast at the hotel we’ll head back into Central London for some more free time. There is an abundance of attractions, enough for multiple days with many museums, shops, markets and historical sites to explore. After free time we will continue our journey home via the interchange.
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Free time in London
You’ll have the opportunity to explore London on both days of the trip. From the drop off point in the West End there are a number of the country’s most popular attractions within a short walking distance. Take a walk along the Embankment of the River Thames where you can enjoy great views of the London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament and Shakespeare’s globe. Head to Leicester Square and enjoy great fun at the LEGO store and M&Ms World. Or take a stroll through Trafalgar Square and take in the National Gallery, or keep going down to St James’ Park to enjoy pretty parkland in the centre of this great and historic city.
Matinee performance of Les Miserables at The Queen's Theatre
The longest running and quite possibly the most famous musical of all time, Les Miserables has been performed at a number of theatres in the West End continuously since 1985. Following the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean and his attempt at redemption over a period of 19 years the production is an absolute classic that should not be missed with songs that have become standards such as, “I dreamed a dream“ and “Do you hear the people sing?“