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mamma mia mania..london theatre weekend break

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The Mamma Mia film certainly has created a furor on the West End too as everyone is clamouring to see the live version on stage. “I know the film is great but there is no substitute for the energy of a live performance” the girls agreed. Lets use it as an excuse for a girlie trip to London and fit in some retail therapy too. How could I argue the logic, with hotel breaks available until April from £89 including a night in a 3* hotel and a ticket for the Mamma Mia show it would have been rude to refuse. Mamma Mia Break

london theatre in august – family offer for high school musical

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I fancy taking the gang to see a show next week said my pal Sandra from Surrey, what do you recommend? Well August is a great time to do a London show and there are loads around ideal for kids I said. How about Billy Elliot ,  Grease or High School Musical we have a special family deal on High School Musical  at the moment and its suits all ages?

oliver theatre break weekends

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Undoubtedly the next hottest show to hit London’s West End, tickets are now on sale for Oliver’s January 2009 debut. Since the role of Nancy was cast on Saturday, my phone has been red hot. We really fancy going to see the show and making a weekend of it has been the request from a wide range of my closest friends.- couples, families, my elderly mum and her gang of chums and even from some of the girls. I have been able to offer them a wide range of options and prices depending on where and when they wanted to stay. The good news is that whilst the theatre tickets have been snapped up , January is a great time to go to London when hotels tend to discount prices and rail deals can also be available. What do you think about the choice of Nancy – do post back your thoughts.

 

black tie luxury london weekend for rotary club

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My former colleague and dear friend contacted me from Fife. The Rotary Club fancies a weekend knees up in London, sometime in the Autumn. We did it a few years ago and it was a great success. Can you recommend something? We want first class rail travel, coach transfers between hotel, station etc, a top london theatre show matinee performance and a black tie dinner dance at the Ritz on the Saturday night.

Well within a couple of  hours I had the whole thing sorted and a great deal for him at  under £300 per person. So watch out London you are due to be invaded by the Scots in autumn who are going to paint the town red…Reply back if you have advice on what else they should do to make the most of their weekend south of the border.