Performing Arts Trip to London

Where better for a theatre trip than London, famous around the world for its wonderful theatres and world-class productions. Fun and educational workshops led by industry professionals will provide an invaluable insight into the world of theatre.

  • Performing Arts trip to London
  • Performing Arts trip to London
Thinking of running a cross-curricular Creative Arts trip, encompassing Drama, Music and Art? Ask us for more details!

Visits

  • A West End Show.
  • Curriculum-based workshops with professional local actors.
  • Globe Theatre Tour: an exclusive guided tour of London’s most historic theatre, home to many of Shakespeare’s first productions. The tour uses interactive displays and live demonstrations to explore the history of London and play-going during Shakespeare's lifetime as well aspects of performance today, from prop-making to stage combat.
  • Workshops at the Globe: a half-day interactive workshop that sets your chosen Shakespeare play in its social, historical and theatrical context, ready for further classroom study.
  • Victoria And Albert Museum (Costume Display)

Where to stay

Our groups generally stay in centrally-located hotels, such as the Royal National, with students in multi-bed rooms and adults in singles.

Sample Itinerary

Day One

Arrive at the airport, meet your tour manager and transfer by coach to your hotel in the centre of London. Walk to your local restaurant for your evening meal. Enjoy the evening relaxing in your accommodation or exploring the city of London on foot.

Day Two

Breakfast at your accommodation. Enjoy a theatre workshop on the West End show, Wicked at The Umbrella Rooms – Studio 4 in the morning. In the afternoon take your seats for Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre. Evening meal at a restaurant in Victoria.

Day Three

Enjoy a guided tour of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in the morning, followed by a sightseeing tour, including the London Eye, Westminster and Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, to finish in Leicester square for some souvenir shopping. Time permitting, enjoy some museum visits, with options such as The British Museum, The Natural History Museum and The Science Museum. Evening meal at a restaurant in London.

Day four

Depart by public transport for the National theatre for a backstage tour, enabling you to explore the building and the work that goes on within it. Afternoon workshop at Neals Yard Meeting Rooms in Covent Garden. In the evening enjoy The Lion King at The Lyceum Theatre.

Day five

Enjoy a visit to the Harry Potter Studios, the ultimate opportunity to journey behind-the-scenes of Harry Potter and see authentic props, costumes and sets from the most successful film series of all time. Evening meal at the Rainforest Café after which you will see your third London musical, Matilda, at the Cambridge Theatre.

Day six

Depart from your hotel to begin your journey home.

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