AND a private tour of house and gardens at Hampton Court in August http://www.theatrebreaks.com/news/a-gardeners-delight-london-garden-packages
Just wanted to let you know that Omnibus will have Sir Michael Gambon visit us for their In Conversation series. They also have lot of other great shows and music events on.
Please see their website:
- St Albans SchoolEducation, 1978 - 1983
I love it and I enjoy helping others to get to know it (and hopefully love it) too.
And this year, with 30 years in the business under my belt, whether I am performing, arranging theatre trips or writing about it, this business we call "show" is well and truly a part of me.
I run several sites promoting theatre and hotel packages. Most popular are our London Theatre Breaks but around the country our guests also enjoy theatre trips to Edinburgh and Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Partners have included American Express, The BBC Proms, British Rail and The National Theatre. Over the years we have created theatre packages for all the great musicals, always pushing for special offers and improved availability for people coming to London's West End.
And 30 years later there has never been a better array of special offers and tailor-made packages for the very best shows in town, with more and more agents helping our guests enjoy a short break with family or an evening out with friends.
Our work has always been at the forefront of theatre promotions, from the early days of packaging through to the adoption of the World Wide Web to the move into the social sphere with fans like ourselves talking and exchanging information on performances and discounts.
In fact if you want to check all the information you need, you can do so on theatrebreaks.co.uk - you don't need to go any further - and you can join in with Facebook, Twitter G+ or on the site itself.
The e-guide London Theatre and Theatre breaks is an indepth look at London's theatreland - how is find your way around, how to get the best out of a trip, how to save money and, most importantly, how to enjoy it. I wrote it!
Get the download FREE at http://www.theatrebreaks.co.uk/london-theatre-book/
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Born from a traditional high street travel agent (St Albans Travel Service) Good To See is now an online travel portal offering contacts and advice for travelers and tourists planning their travels.
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