Stay in a London Serviced Apartment and visit London Theatreland
London’s West End has always been a magnet for theatre lovers from not only the UK but also from around the world due to the amount of Theatres and shows being performed at any one time. Serviced City Pads supply London Accommodation throughout the capital and many guests prefer a London Serviced Apartment versus a London Hotel stay due to the fifty percent increase in space and rooms. Guests also like the freedom a London Serviced Apartments gives them, the opportunity to buy their own food and cook in the comfort of their apartment, almost feeling like a home away from home.You can contact the the Serviced City Pads reservations team on 0844 335 8866. Please find some of the following shows you may find of interest over this Bank Holiday Weekend.
Crazy for You is playing at the Regents Park Open Theatre until September 2011, this show is base on the story adapted from George and Ira Gershwin play of the famous Ginger Rogers concerns City Slicker Bobby Child’s arrival in the fading Nevada town of deadrock, Bobby has been sent to the hick town by his capailist mother to develop a business opportunity however Bobby is destined to perform and meets other likeminded performs at the local Gaeity theatre. This show follows a group of guys and girls destined to feel the love to perform and their romantic interludes inbetween.
Top Girls is showing at Studio One Tralfagar Studios, this show profiles a great broadside against the original Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher who was in power during the 1980’s and early 1900’s. The show documents her rise to power played by the winderful Suranne Jones who actually is a business woman Marlene.
London Accommodation and London Serviced Apartments are very popular for tourist throughout the UK but also other parts of the world over the London August Bank Holiday Weekend.The wonderful South Pacific is playing at the Barbican Centre until October 1, Set on a tropical island during World War II, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical romance follows two American couples threatened by both the realities of war and their own prejudices, and features the songs ‘Some Enchanted Evening’, ‘I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair’ and ‘There is Nothin’ Like a Dame’. Bartlett Sher directs a cast headed by Samantha Womack’s Nellie Forbush and Paulo Scot.
Why not spend the London Bank Holiday Weekend watching one of the many London’s West End musicals to lighten the mood. Fela the musical is playing at Sadlers Wells theatre, this show is about the This ecstatic, rambling tribute to the life, Black Power politics and music of Afrobeat icon Fela Kuti revolutionises the jukebox musical. There’s nothing nostalgic or easy about cult choreographer Bill T Jones’s show, which started life as an avant-garde dance piece before it conquered New York’s Great White Way.