School English Literature Trip to London
Bring the script to life with an English literature school trip to London’s West End!
London’s theatres enjoy a great heritage and world-renowned reputation. They host a wide variety of performances throughout the year. On arrival in London, we can organise a choice of backstage tours, either to the National Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe or Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
An evening meal can be arranged at the Hard Rock Café or Planet Hollywood, followed by an evening theatre performance. And, on the way back to school on the second day, make sure you visit the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter. Small group? Why not join forces with the performing arts department to make this trip cross-curricular?
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Tour of Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Enjoy Wicked - the Musical in the West End
Visit Warner Bros Studio - the Making of Harry Potter
- 1 night's bed and breakfast accommodation
- Dedicated Itinerary Manager
- Detailed information pack
- Evening meal at Hard Rock Cafe or Planet Hollywood
- Free staff place ratio 1:8
- Return executive coach travel
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The 3* Quality Hotel Wembley is a great base for those wishing to explore London. Located next to Wembley stadium, the hotel offers comfortable accommodation with several amenities to suit groups.
The 165 rooms all feature an en-suite and air-conditioning, as well as satellite TV, a direct telephone, hairdryer, safe, and tea & coffee making facilities. Students will be accommodated in multi rooms, with staff in twins or singles.
The hotel boasts a sports bar and snack bar as well as a restaurant serving international à la carte cuisine.
Safestay at Elephant & Castle is housed in a beautiful 18th century Georgian building, located just south of the river Thames in London.
Students will generally be accommodated in 4-8 bedded rooms and adults in twins, all with ensuite facilities. Rooms also have lockers and may have a TV too.
A continental breakfast will be provided every morning, but evening meals will be taken in one of a number of local restaurants.
Among its other amenities, the hostel offers free WiFi in communal areaa, a laundry room, free luggage storage, a walled garden, games room and a library. There is also a licensed bar for group leaders to relax in at the end of the day.
YHA Rotherhithe is a modern hostel situated just south of the River Thames in the Docklands area of central London. Offering 320 beds in a range of guestrooms, from twins to 10-bedded rooms, all with private bathroom facilities, your purpose-built hostel can provide breakfast, a picnic lunch and evening meals.
Alongside the self-catering kitchen at YHA Rotherhithe, you will also find a laundry room, TV lounge, reference library and book exchange, as well as Internet access. The hostel also offers cycle storage, luggage storage, coin and card payphones and facilities for wheelchair users, including disabled transport information.
Alexandra Park School, October 2018Trip worked very well indeed - thanks for all the support you gave us; we shall be booking again with you very soon.
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