Give the Gift of Theatre

Tickets starting at £10/seat for over 50 shows January 1 -  February 13

If you are looking for the perfect gift, look no further than the 'Get into London Theatre' New Year Sale.  They will once again offer top London shows starting as little as £10/seat. Gift giving guide, for the . . .
. . . jokester:
  • The Comedy about a Bank Robbery
  • Dick Whittington
  • The Play that Goes Wrong
  • Potted Panto
. . . music lover:
  • Girl From the North Country
  • Thriller Live!
  • Tina - The Tina Turner Musical
. . . theatre connoisseur:
  • Come From Away
  • The Phantom of the Opera
. . . young theatre goer:
  • The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe
  • The Tiger Who Came to Tea
. . . whole family:
  • Disney's The Lion King
  • Matilda The Musical
  • Wicked
or pick from 40 other shows.  BONUS : No booking, postage or transactions fees!

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Mayflower & Brunel River Walk & Boat Trip

While the origin of the Pilgrim’s first Thanksgiving is not entirely clear, the epic Mayflower voyage from England to America in 1620 is well-documented. Located in the London Borough of Southwark, the Brunel Museum is less than 300 feet from the docking point of the Mayflower ship.

The Museum is hosting a number of activities in conjunction with Fantastic Feats : The Building of London that celebrates the city's architecture, invention and engineering, including:

Mayflower & Brunel River Walk – 10:45 am November 17th and 18th
Meet at Rotherhithe tube station for a guided walk to the Brunel Museum before descending below into the Grand Entrance Hall. This walking tour goes through the historic village of Rotherhithe. Highlights include a mortuary, a palace, pilgrim’s and pirate’s pubs and a tomb. The Hall is the world’s first underground theatre and half the size of Shakespeare’s Globe.
Cost: £10 per person (£8 seniors)

Brunel’s London Boat Trip — 10:30 am Daily until November 18th
Meet at Embankment tube station for the guided boat trip under three Brunel bridges (Hungerford, Blackfriars and Tower Bridge) on the river before descending into the Thames Tunnel – one of the oldest tunnels in the oldest undergrounds in the world. The Tunnel is Brunel’s first project and considered one of London’s great wonders of the Victorian age.
Cost: £10 per person (£8 seniors) plus transport (Zone 2 rail journey and £5 for the riverboat)

Even if you are not able to get by this weekend — you can visit the Brunel Museum year-round or get lunch or a pint at the famous Mayflower Pub, located at the original docking point of the Mayflower ship.

Fun Fact #1: The Mayflower is the only pub licensed to sell US and UK stamps
Fun Fact #2: If you can prove a family connection to The Mayflower 1620 voyage you can request to sign The Mayflower Descendants Book 2072 313840
Railway Avenue Rotherhithe, London, SE16 4LF

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