A night of entertainment at Piccadilly Theatre
With 90 years of history to its name, the West End's Piccadilly Theatre has seen its fair share of hit musicals. Dirty Dancing and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? have graced its stage, and the theatre is now home to Annie.
Coming for an evening performance? The West End comes alive at night - enjoy a meal at one of the restaurants close by, and order a glass of wine or two at the bar before the curtain rises.
Visit star-studded Leicester Square
Make your theatre trip part of a day of culture by heading to Leicester Square. This London landmark sees its fair share of film premiers and star appearances, and it's close to the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery too.
The surrounding area of Soho is a great place to grab a pre-theatre bite to eat, and with Chinatown next door, you're not short of multicultural cuisine, too.
Wind down with a stroll through St James's Park
Need a bit of peace and quiet? Piccadilly links to St James's Park, one of London's most popular green spaces. Stroll around the lake, before walking up the Mall to take in the sight of magnificent Buckingham Palace.
Looking for accommodation Near Piccadilly Theatre? Travelodge London Central Covent Garden Hotel is a short walk from the West End, making it the perfect place to stay the night. Alternatively, book a room at Travelodge London Central Waterloo Hotel for great transport links across London.