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Be amazed at the Prince Edward Theatre

The Prince Edward Theatre is a prominent West End venue, just north of Leicester Square in London's City of Westminster. With a history as a significant London cinema going back to 1930, the theatre has played host to a wide range of live performances and film premieres. Over the past decade, it’s been the venue for many popular musicals, such as Miss Saigon, Jersey Boys and Aladdin.

Seeing the City of Westminster

Westminster is the political home of Britain and attracts countless tourists every year looking to see the Palace of Westminster, Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. Aside from these iconic London landmarks, visitors will enjoy seeing the stunning classical paintings of the National Portrait Gallery, the more modern and bohemian works of the Tate Britain or soaking in the splendour of Westminster Abbey.

Live out history at the Cabinet War Rooms

Come to the Cabinet War Rooms, part of the Imperial War Museum, and walk in Churchill’s footsteps as you explore the underground government headquarters where he and his cabinet guided the country through World War II. With fascinating artefacts, historic rooms that reveal some of the war’s best-kept secrets, and great interactive displays, this is a must-see stop for any history buffs.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near the Prince Edward Theatre? Travelodge London Central Covent Garden Hotel is a 10-minute walk away, and Travelodge London Farringdon Hotel is 20 minutes away via public transport.