Are you looking for a city hotel theatre break in London or elsewhere in the UK?
How about putting together your own city-break package? You get to choose the show that you see and also the hotel where you stay.
Or, if you would just like a city break for a few days and visit local tourist attractions at your leisure, then maybe we can help.
We have partnered with ATG, tixuk, and Hotels.com
Find a show booking now in…
London, and at the following venues – Alexandra Theatre Birmingham, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Bristol Hippodrome Theatre, Edinburgh Playhouse, Grand Opera House York, Granville Theatre Ramsgate, King’s Theatre Glasgow, Leas Cliff Hall Folkestone, Liverpool Empire Theatre, Manchester Opera House, Milton Keynes Theatre, New Theatre Oxford, New Victoria Theatre Woking, New Wimbledon Theatre, Palace Theatre, Manchester, Princess Theatre, Torquay, Regent Theatre Stoke, Rhoda McGaw Theatre Woking, Richmond Theatre, Stockton Globe, Sunderland Empire, Swansea Arena, Theatre Royal Brighton, Theatre Royal Glasgow, Victoria Hall Stoke.
Search for theatre tickets and hotels for your city break
Find the show(s) that you would like to see.
From ATG: In London:- Ambassadors Theatre, Apollo Victoria Theatre, Duke of Yorks Theatre, Fortune Theatre, Harold Pinter Theatre, Kit Kat Club at the Playhouse, Lyceum Theatre, New Wimbledon Theatre, Palace Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, Piccadilly Theatre, Richmond Theatre, Savoy Theatre, Trafalgar Theatre. And across the UK. All UK venues are listed here.
View all shows (A-Z) from ATG in London and across the UK.
From Tixuk: In London West End and Off West End all shows are listed here.
Find a hotel, Bed & Breakfast, or Motel to stay at hotels.com
On the hotels.com website, use the search box under Where to? and ENTER the name of the theatre you are booking a show to see and the dates, and number of people, and click SEARCH. The resulting information in the list of hotels displayed will include the distance from the theatre.
Travelling to your city break.
If you are travelling by train then consider getting a RAILCARD
There are currently eight main types of Railcards available, they are:
- 16-17 Saver
- 16-25 Railcard
- 26-30 Railcard
- Disabled Persons Railcard
- Family & Friends Railcard
- Network Railcard
- Senior Railcard
- Two Together Railcard
- Veterans Railcard
If travelling by train then visit https://www.thetrainline.com/
If travelling by coach then visit https://www.nationalexpress.com/en
If you have any suggestions on making our DIY theatre city breaks information better, then please comment below. Please feel free to recommend a show or hotel that you have been to.