The Theatre Royal Drury Lane has had an exciting and illustrious past and this tour will give you an insight into the heritage of this historic venue. This world-famous theatre has survived tragedy, fire, murder and bankruptcy in order to host some of the world's best actors and most stunning shows, and you can learn all about Drury Lane's fascinating history as the theatre's characters come to life during this entertaining backstage tour. Following your tour you'll also be able to visit a nearby restaurant for a fabulous meal for two.
The theatre tour schedule is as follows: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 2.15pm and 4.15pm Wednesday, Saturday at 10.30am and 11.45am.
The tour lasts approximately one hour and will be led by professional actors. Please note that the tour times are subject to availability and change depending on the requirements of the present production.
The experience also includes a two course meal for two people from a set menu. You can choose from the following options:
Please note that all dinner reservations are for 6pm. Reservations are subject to availability and restaurants are subject to change.
This experience is available at Greater London:
Greater London (London) - London
Your voucher is valid until 31st October 2014. This package is for two people. This experience is not suitable for babies, small infants and there is no disabled access. Tours and meals are available Monday-Saturday only. Tour times may be subject to change depending on the requirements of the current production. Please note that the restaurants available may be subject to change. All dinner reservations are for 6:00pm. All bookings must be made in advance and all dates are subject to availability. This voucher cannot be extended.
Drury Lane Backstage Theatre Tour with Meal for Two
Fascinating tour of this fabulous historic theatre by excellent 'actor guides ' in period costumes'. It was hugely entertaining as well as informative and made the whole theatrical world of Drury Lane come alive. We even saw the dragon from Shrek being put through its paces.
20 January 2013