Choose from a selection of incredible theatre shows and musicals for an unforgettable night in London, complete with 2-course dinner!
- Gift Voucher valid for 2 Participants
This voucher entitles you and someone special to a glorious night out in the capital. Choose from a variety of acclaimed West End shows; take your seats in the upper circle or balcony, and enjoy a fabulous two-course dinner in a nearby restaurant.
The selection of performances includes beloved musicals, like Wicked and Kinky Boots, plus award-winning new shows like The Play That Goes Wrong. You can sing along to your favourite pop hits in Thriller Live or Motown, or scare yourself silly during The Woman in Black. Whichever you choose, you'll also dine out in one of several quality local restaurants. Look forward to authentic Italian at Zizzi, classic French dining in the Boulevard Brasserie, or even Cabana's take on spicy Brazilian street food. All in all, this is an evening out that deserves a standing ovation!
The London Theatre Show and 2-Course Dinner For Two promises a great night's food and entertainment. An Experience Days gift voucher is the perfect way to surprise a theatrical loved one!
Tickets are subject to availability, so we recommend having a few dates available in order to maximise your chance of getting tickets in good time. We recommend booking at least 4-6 weeks in advance.
Kinky Boots (Adelphi Theatre): Monday to Thursday evenings and Thursday matinee until 24th March 2018. Restaurant options: Fire & Stone, Zizzi Strand, or Planet Hollywood.
Motown (Shaftesbury Theatre): Monday to Wednesday evenings until 17th October 2018. Restaurant options: Cabana or Zizzi Central St. Giles.
The Play That Goes Wrong (Duchess Theatre): Tuesday to Thursday evenings and Sun matinee/evening until 28th June 2018. Restaurant options: Boulevard Brasserie, Maxwell's or Palm Ct.
Thriller Live (Lyric Theatre): Tuesday to Thursday evenings and Sunday matinee/evening until 22nd March 2018. Restaurant options: Planet Hollywood or Bubba Gump.
Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre): Tuesday to Thursday evenings and Wednesday matinee until 24th May 2018. Restaurant options: Prezzo Victoria Place or Fresh Pizza Co.
The Woman in Black (Fortune Theatre): Tuesday to Thursday evenings and Tue/Thu matinee until 1st September 2018. Restaurant options: Fire and Stone or Palm Court.Tickets are subject to availability, so we recommend customers to have a few dates available in order to maximise their chance of getting good tickets in good time. We recommend to book at least 4-6 weeks in advance, although we are happy to accommodate customers any time as long as there is availability.
Minimum age: 18
Disabled access will vary depending on the theatre.
Experience Duration: 06:00
Time at Venue: 06:00
Shows will vary in length and start time, so please check when making dinner arrangements.
Participants: The London Theatre Show and 2 Course Dinner For Two is for 2 participants.
Max Group Size: 2
Spectators Allowed on Site: No
This exciting package includes two theatre tickets and a two-course meal for two people.
It is advised to dress smart-casual for a night at the theatre.
The weather should not affect your reservation.
I had a great time at the theatre watching 42nd street! Such a brilliant musical with unbelievable tap dancing skills and very impressive singing.
This was an incredible way to spend a rainy Monday! There were absolutely no problems using a voucher at the restaurant or the theatre, and the food was delicious. We also got upgraded seats to see 42nd Street which was unbelievably good! A must see!
If you fancy an evening of pure entertainment and great food, this one’s for you! Read our staff review, and find out about our amazing evening theatre package in London – complete with dinner and a show.
When we arrived at London Victoria, we made our way to the underground for the short journey to Covent Garden. Visiting Covent Garden is great fun as there’s always a lot going on, with engaging street performers and plenty of shops, markets and restaurants around. For dinner, we decided on Zizzi. We took our seats and eagerly scanned the menu. Before even looking at anything else, I knew I’d be having the chocolate melt for dessert – the typical sweet tooth I am! The menu was really good, and I was very satisfied with both courses. Although we’d left ourselves plenty of time ahead of the show, we still appreciated the speed of service, which allowed us to fully relax during our meal.
Conveniently, the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, was only a few minutes’ walk from the restaurant. We collected our tickets for 42nd Street at the box office, and couldn’t believe our luck when they informed us we’d been upgraded to the royal circle! Although our original seats were really good, an upgrade is always a nice surprise.
As we took our seats and waited for the curtains to open, we could hear the excitement building around the room. When the curtains opened and the audience fell silent, the music began – and from then it was clear everyone was utterly captivated by the entire production. The show was honestly amazing! From the start, the performers were mesmerising. Watching their incredible tap dancing skills and powerful singing had me in absolute astonishment. The cheerful, enthusiastic and passionate cast really added to the entire performance. I still don’t understand how they all kept smiling the entire way through! At the end, it was no surprise the whole audience were on their feet, giving a very well deserved standing ovation.
As we were leaving the theatre, it was lovely to hear people humming along to the show’s songs. I really couldn’t fault anything about the entire evening. It was great to be in London sharing a wonderful evening with a friend, while enjoying a fabulous meal and getting to watch a top class show all as part as one package.