Mamma Mia The Musical Hospitality 2023/24 - London Theatre, West End

London Theatre & West End Shows Hospitality Packages

See our range of London Theatre & West End Show hospitality packages for 2024

With our London Theatre Hospitality Packages you will experience your favourite musicals in the best way possible. You will be part of a pulsating atmosphere with fantastic food and drink on offer so that you can experience some of the most iconic shows in VIP style.

A number of famous musicals will be coming to theatres in London’s iconic West End in 2024. The musicals will be staged at a variety of theatres, including the Apollo Victoria Theatre, Her Majesty’s Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, Aldwych Theatre, Lyceum Theatre, Novello Theatre, Prince of Wales Theatre, Victoria Palace Theatre and Cambridge Theatre.

From Les Misérables to Mamma Mia, there is something for everyone to enjoy at the heart of the capital’s theatre scene. With Eventmasters London theatre hospitality, your experience will be unforgettable.

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Experience some of the most iconic musicals with our exclusive VIP London Theatre Hospitality Packages.

You and your guests will be able to enjoy world class entertainment in style, where you will enjoy sumptuous food and drink.

London and Theatre go way back. The first ever permanent theatre in the capital was built during the Elizabethan era in 1576. Located in Shoreditch, it was known very simply as ‘The Theatre’.

By 1663, the theatre scene in London really started to take off and this was the year which saw the Theatre Royal built on Drury Lane.

The Lyceum Theatre has a long history, and it was built in 1765. The Prince of Wales Theatre came along in 1884, with its current name being adopted in 1886. Her Majesty’s Theatre first opened it’s doors in 1897 before the Aldwych and Novello Theatres both followed in 1905.

The Sondheim Theatre opened it’s doors two years later in 1907, when it was originally named as ‘The Sugar Bowl’ before it became known as the Sondheim Theatre in 2019, in tribute to Broadway Composer Stephen Sondheim. The famous Victoria Palace Theatre opened it’s doors in November 1911.

The Apollo Victoria, Phoenix and Cambridge Theatres all opened in 1930.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic The Phantom of the Opera musical has been performed at Her Majesty’s Theatre since October 1986.

Les Misérables is one of the longest running musicals, with it first being performed in the West End in the Barbican Centre in 1985 and has since been performed over 14,000 times. Mamma Mia has always been popular, and the musical has been performed since 1999 with it transferring to the Prince of Wales Theatre in 2004 and then the Novello Theatre in 2012.

This is just a sample of the incredible history of theatre in London and all of these musicals have immense popularity and are sure to be bringing in the crowds once more in 2023 and 2024.

London Theatre & West End Show FAQs:

There is no specific dress code for any of the theatres in London’s West End. You can wear casual clothing.

Most of London’s theatres are open to stage performances from Monday to Saturday, closing for the day on Sunday.

Commonly, the theatres will offer step free access for seats, wheelchair areas as well as accessible toilets.

You should arrive at least 30 minutes before the show begins.

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London Theatre/ West End Show Hospitality

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