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Take your seat at The Savoy Theatre

The Savoy Theatre is a Victorian west end theatre in The City of Westminster, London. Opened in 1881, it was the first public building in history to be lit with electricity. It has a long and prestigious history as a venue, serving as the home of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, and hosting prominent premiers such as the first public performance of Oscar Wilde's Salome. Today, it gives a stage to both operas and contemporary performances like Dream Girls and Let It Be.

A Walk around Westminster

The City of Westminster is home to many of London's most iconic sights. Countless visitors flock to hear Big Ben in the Elizabeth Tower, see The Palace of Westminster and visit Buckingham Palace every year. Aside from these attractions, visitors can enjoy galleries such as the Tate Britain and historical landmarks like the Cabinet War Rooms.

Get to know the faces of The National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery is home to the world's largest collection of portraits and busts, dating from the middle ages all the way to the present day. Visitors can walk through centuries of portraits, learning more about the people who have shaped the history of Britain, from royalty and clergy to influential film stars. With an ever-changing selection of exhibitions, you're sure to enjoy a trip to this fascinating attraction.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near the Savoy Theatre? Travelodge London Central Covent Garden Hotel is a ten-minute walk away, and Travelodge London Central Southwark Hotel can be reached within quarter of an hour via public transport.