For Theatre Houses, London is really the place to be, from Shaftesbury Avenue to Covent Garden, there is something for everyone.
The Kings Head Theatre in Islington is set inside a 19th century pub and was opened as a Theatre venue in 1970. The Theatre has a very personal feel and is a great place to get intimate views of its wonderful productions.
The National Theatre is situated in the South Bank area of London and incorporates three different Theatres. The Theatre has its own superb and stylish restaurant, named The Mezzanine, and has a massive selection of over 40 wines to choose from. The menu consists of modern cuisine and the waiting service is fabulous speedy and friendly.
The Phoenix Theatre Charing Cross opened in 1930 the first ever production was ‘Private lives’ by Noel Coward which featured the very Charming Laurence Olivier and the great talent Noel Coward himself. It has a great history and a cast has that goes from strength to strength.