Come and relish in the glitz and glamour of the famous “Theatreland” in London’s West End. Be dazzled by the bright lights and flamboyant buildings which make the West End the number one place to be for a sumptuous night out.
Steeped in history the “West End”, as we know it today, took shape in the 19th century when theatre-going was highly fashionable. The first West End venue however was opened in 1663 on Dury Lane and played host to stars such as Charles Hunt and Nell Gwyn until it was destroyed by fire in 1672.
The West End Theatreland is bordered by The Strand to the south, Oxford Street to the north, Regent Street to the west and Kingsway to the east and is a thriving and important part of British culture. It remains today as a delightful tourist destination guaranteeing atmosphere and a theatre experience like no other.