4 top West End theatres for a family night out

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The magic of the West End has been entertaining tourists from around the world for years. Known for hosting some of the best performances and most renowned, award-winning shows, it is a must-see for entertainment-seekers.

Bring the kids along to one of our Montcalm hotels so you can experience the wonders of the West End together. During your stay at our family hotels London, you’ll be right around the corner from some of these famous theatres where you can watch the latest releases.

Royal National Theatre

Lambeth, London

The Royal National Theatre is one of the most iconic performance venues in London and has hosted some of the biggest performances in the city’s history. If you’re planning a trip to the Montcalm hotels with the family, this is a great place to spend a night out. The events calendar is packed full of fun and entertaining performances that are sure to excite you and the little ones. The upcoming performance of Pinocchio is a favourite for families on holiday in London so be sure to check for tickets and book your seats.

Prince Edward Theatre

Old Compton Street, London

If you’re looking to treat the family to a special night out in London, the Prince Edward Theatre is one of the most luxurious settings in the city. It was opened in 1930 but features a classical architectural design and a timeless style that will have you feeling like royalty as you sit down to enjoy a show. The performances on stage are just as beautiful and mesmerising as the building itself. There are plenty of family-friendly shows coming up such as Aladdin which is currently playing to sell-out audiences every week.

Lyceum Theatre

Wellington Street, London

This popular theatre looks like it has been taken straight from the mountaintop of Olympus and planted in the bustling West End of London. As you make your way inside, the building just gets more beautiful. Bring the whole family along and watch the kid’s eyes light up as they walk into the auditorium where 2,100 eager visitors sit waiting for the curtains to open. The Lyceum Theatre has been the London home of the Lion King Musical since 1999 which is why it’s a family favourite. Sing along to your favourite songs and follow the adventures of Simba.

Queen’s Theatre

Shaftesbury Avenue, London

The iconic Queen’s Theatre is instantly recognisable thanks to its huge display on the corner of Wardour Street. The theatre is known for showcasing some of the most popular performances in history and is currently the home of Les Miserable which has drawn in millions of visitors since its opening night. There are plenty of other exciting events on the calendar too if you’re travelling with youngsters. If you’re heading to London with teens, be sure to get tickets for Les Miserables and experience the magic of London theatre.

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