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Rock out at the New London Theatre

Many people come to London for the West End shows. This modern venue lies in the heart of the city's Theatreland. It's in Covent Garden on the corner of Drury Lane, an area synonymous with the arts and music hall entertainers. The theatre is the current home of Andrew Lloyd Webber musical School of Rock. It's close to both Covent Garden and Holborn Tube stations, so is easy to reach from other parts of London.

Explore Covent Garden Market

As well as theatres and street performers, this famous part of London is known for its unique shops and restaurants, not to mention the iconic Piazza and Central Market. The Apple Market in the heart of the piazza building has eye-catching handmade crafts, prints, glass, jewellery and leather goods, while the Jubilee Market on the south side of the piazza has everything from antiques to foodie treats.

Spy Bond classics at the London Film Museum

Love the James Bond movies? From sports cars to speed boats, this fab museum features the largest collection of vehicles from the UK film series. Exhibits include the 1937 yellow and black Rolls-Royce Phantom III driven by Goldfinger and the Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me which converts into a submarine. Looking for a cheap hotel Near the New London Theatre? Travelodge London Central Covent Garden Hotel is a stone's throw from the venue, in the heart of this buzzing area. Travelodge London Farringdon Hotel is close to King's Cross Station.