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  • Monday 16th of November

    Travel & Show Cost £64.50

    Based on the classic film starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, Pretty Woman tells the story of Vivian Ward who is hired by a rich businessman called Edward Lewis to escort him to a number of events during his stay in the city. Through spending time together, their relationship develops as they get to know each other better. The movie went on to become the highest-grossing romantic comedy in the US ever, and its soundtrack “Oh, Pretty Woman”, as performed by Roy Orbison became a hit. Please Note: There is a slight increase in price for this Pretty Woman trip compared to the Pretty Woman trip in April due to the theatre increasing their ticket prices. Route 1 15:25 – Dover 15:45 – Bridge 16:00 – Canterbury 16:15 – Whitstable 16:25 – Faversham Comments...

  • Thursday 27th of May

    Travel & Show Cost £62.50

      Frozen the musical is the live retelling of the world-famous original film. Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen, Frozen tells the story of Elsa and Anna, two sisters in the fictional kingdom of Arendelle. Running away from the kingdom, the musical follows Anna as she sets off to rescue her sister and convince her to return, joined by a rugged iceman, a pet reindeer and a lovable snowman. They face an epic journey with magic at every turn. Will they save the kingdom from perpetual winter? Come and experience your beloved characters live on stage along with your favourite songs including Let It Go, For the First Time in Forever, Do You Want to Build a Snowman? as well as a whole host of additional new songs. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted into the theatre. Pick Up Times: Dover – 15:00 Bridge – 15:15 Canterbury – 15:30 Whitstable – 15:50 Faversham – 16:00 More pick up points may be available by this time, our travel team are currently working on new routes which cover Thanet, give us a call for more info.   Comments...

Previous Theatre Trips

  • Les Miserables

    Tuesday 13th of December

    In October 2010 Cameron Mackintosh’s legendary production of Boublil and Schonberg’s Les Misérables celebrated its 25th anniversary in London and is now the world’s longest running musical. This international award-winning musical sweeps its audience through an epic tale of passion and destruction, against the backdrop of a nation in the grip of revolution. Set amid the social and political struggles of 19th century France, Les Misérables tells the story of former prisoner Jean Valjean, who is pursued for decades by his policeman nemesis, Javert. The dramatic score of Les Misérables includes numbers such as On My Own, One More Day, and Do You Hear The People Sing? Seen by more than 60 million people worldwide in 42 countries and in 21 languages, this spectacular adaptation of Victor Hugo’s masterpiece continues to thrill audiences night after night. Comments...

  • Classical Spectacular: Celebrating 25 Years

    Sunday 24th of November

    By Popular Request we have arranged this trip to the ‘Classical Spectacular at the Royal Albert Hall : Celebrating 25 years’.  We have Seats available in Rows 2, 3 and 4 of the Circle, the view is Unrestricted according to the Venue. This is the LAST NIGHT of the 4 day run no other show presents such a magnificent combination of the very best in classical music and state of the art technology. Ranging from a flood of pure white light to electrifying multicoloured laser displays, the dazzling special effects bring to life the scenes and moods evoked by each glorious piece, changing the way you experience classical music forever. VERDI Force of Destiny Overture ELGAR Nimrod SOUSA Stars and Stripes Forever HANDEL Zadok the Priest TCHAIKOVSKY Waltz of the Flowers VERDI Grand March from Aida VAUGHAN WILLIAMS The Lark Ascending PUCCINI O Soave Fanciulla VERDI Brindisi from La Traviata STRAUSS Radetzky March WAGNER Ride of the Valkyries VERDI Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves VIVALDI Summer from The Four Seasons LAND OF HOPE AND GLORY NESSUN DORMA RULE, BRITANNIA! HORNPIPE 1812 OVERTURE With Thundering Cannon and Indoor Fireworks ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA English Concert Chorus Anthony Inglis conductor Marc Heller tenor Catrin Aur soprano Thomas Gould violinist Fanfare Trumpeters and Band of the Welsh Guards (Thurs & Saturday) Fanfare Trumpeters and Band of the Scots Guards (Friday & Sunday) Muskets and Cannons of the Moscow Militia Durham Marenghi lighting designer Comments...

  • The King and I

    Monday 30th of July

    The King and I  comes to the London Palladium as director Bartlett Sher brings his Lincoln Center Theater production direct from Broadway. The show stars Kelli O’Hara as Anna and Ken Watanabe as the King, both reprising their roles from the 2015 New York run. Based on the Margaret Landon novel Anna and the King of Siam, Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote the musical for Broadway in 1951. It tells the story of a British teacher, Ana, who is hired by the King of Siam as he tried to modernise his country, but the pair’s relationship is marred by conflict throughout the musical. It features the well-known numbers “Something Wonderful”, “I Whistle a Happy Tune”, “I Have Dreamed” and “Shall We Dance?”. It opened at the St James Theatre and was expected to be a hit, which worried the writing duo. However, their worries were put to rest when Yul Brynner, who played the King, put in a show-stealing performance and Gertrude Lawrence, who originated the role of Anna, overcame illness to put in an outstanding performance. The original London production opened at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in October 1953, and ran for 946 performances. The cast featured Muriel Smith, Herbert Lom, and Valerie Hobson, for whom it was her last stage role. The show has run at the London Palladium twice before. Brynner reprised the role for a run at the theatre in 1979, for which is co-star Virginia McKenna starred as Anna and won an Olivier Award. It returned in March of 2000, directed by Christopher Renshaw. ...