Stay in a London Serviced Apartment and Visit London’s West End

London’s West End is a recognised hotbed of theatre throughout the world and many tourist either from overseas or within UK can’t visit London without a trip to see one of the many show’s playing in then theatre’s of London’s West End. Serviced City Pads supply a large range of London Serviced Apartments throughout London and particularly the West End, the reservations team will be delighted to discuss your London Accommodation requirements for your special theatre trip to London one of the world’s great cities.

Many guests who book a London Serviced Apartment through Serviced City Pads use the apartment as a base for either a short or long stay and this can either a leisure or corporate booking.Before making your trip to London, why not read the following information on the particular plays showcasing over the next few months. The Playboy of the Western World is a showing at the Old Vic until November 26 2011. The Playboy of the Western World is written by John Millington Synge and is set in a country pub in County Mayo on the west coast of Ireland and tells the story of Christy Mahon, a young man running away from his farm, claiming he killed his father. The locals are more interested in vicaroulsy enjoying his story than in condemning the immorality of his murderous deed. He captures the romantic attention of the bar-maid Pegeen Mike, the daughter of the publican Michael James Flaherty.

Many guests who phone the resrevations team at Serviced City Pads are corporate guests and prefer to use a London Serviced Apartment versus a London Hotel due to the fifty percent increase in rooms and space, a serviced apartment s feels like a home away from home where you can relax cook your own food and live as you would do in your own home.Another really good play to and performance in London’s West End is Cool Hand Luke playing at the Aldwych theatre and is set in the American 1940’s where Lucas Jackson is arrested for cutting the head of the towns parking meters on a drunken night. Lucas is sentenced to two years in prison camp, run by the heartless Captain. Lucas is appears is a war hero from World War two however when he is in prison he does not revert to the pecking order and this brings him to the attention of the leader dragline. As you can imagine these two characters in the play end up fighting to establish who will be the future boss in the prison Lucas loses hands down however refuses to be put down and in the end this gains him respect of the prison leader dragline.