One of the great aspects of the United Kingdom is its love for the arts and in particular the performing arts. From historical times to the present day it has always been a popular pastime and more so of late, the musical productions that have combined music, song and dance to enhance the level of entertainment.
Most of the theatres in London are located within the Aldwych area in Central London, which is within walking proximity to the Waldorf Hotel London. Unlike other cities across the globe London is a world leader when it comes to theatrical productions and has been noted for its fine selection of theatrical performances from its world famous presentation of ‘Cats’ the musical to the award winning musical of the ‘Lion King.’ Many of these top productions are hosted at equally famous venues such as the ‘Lyceum,’ the ‘London Palladium’ and the’ London Comedy Store – which serves to have more stand up comedy than big productions.
The shows generally offer the choice of either a matinee performance for those visitors who are unable to make the evening performance. For guests of the Waldorf London, show times, and maps of theatre land are available at the concierge, where you can also get reviews and recommendations of the productions presently being staged.
Within easy walking distance of theatre land the Waldorf hotel offers easy access to not only theatre land but also a host of London attractions such as fine dining restaurants, art and sculptor galleries, theatre land and Leicester Square which is a lively place to be anytime of day.
In factFree Articles, at the Waldorf Hotel London you can also ask about theatre deals held in conjunction with the hotel where discounted tickets may be available to your favourite shows. You can certainly get seating charts and booking information for most if not all West End shows.