A great gift for music lovers - discover the best of British music, enjoy a delicious dinner and see a show of your choice!
This fantastic day out for two really is a wonderful experience for any music lover! You’ll be able to spend the day reliving the glorious history of British Popular Music at the British Music Experience – held at the famous O2 - before heading to London’s exciting West End for dinner and top price tickets to a musical show of your choice! Whether you choose to see Jersey Boys, We Will Rock You or Mamma Mia, you’re sure to love this unforgettable day of music!
The experience entitles you to two tickets to the British Music Experience at London’s O2, Britain’s museum of popular music tracing 60 years of music history. See the most amazing collection of British music memorabilia including Geri Halliwell’s Union Jack dress, Ozzy Osbourne’s stage cape and John Lennon’s glasses. Play the finest guitars, drums and keyboards in the interactive room and even record a music demo or dance video.
After your day at the British Music Experience head to London’s West End for a pre-theatre dinner and then receive top price seats to your choice of selected music themed shows! Shows available include:
We Will Rock You (Mon-Fri evenings)
Rock of Ages (Mon-Thu evenings)
Jersey Boys (Tue-Fri evenings)
Mamma Mia (Mon-Thu evenings)
Please note that Mamma Mia tickets require a supplement of £7.50 per person payable to the supplier at time of booking.
This experience is available at Greater London:
Greater London (London) - London
Your voucher is valid for 10 months for two people. Your experience includes two tickets to the British Music Experience, a two course pre-theatre dinner for two people and two top price tickets to your choice of selected shows. The British Music Experience at the O2 is open daily from 11am until 7:30pm (last entry at 6:30pm). The experience is closed on 24th December-6th January. Please note you do not need to attend the experience on the same day as your theatre and dinner. The restaurant available to you for dinner is dependent on your choice of show, these are: We Will Rock You (Creation), Rock of Ages (Bloomsbury Street), Jersey Boys (Salvador and Amanda), Mamma Mia (Planet Hollywood). The performances available for the choice of shows are shown in the agenda. Please note Mamma Mia tickets are subject to a supplement of £7.50 per person payable to the supplier at time of booking. All shows are subject to availability and exclusion periods may apply - these can include some school holidays.
The British Music Experience with Dinner and Show Tickets for Two
The British Music Experience with Dinner and Show
The BM Experience was really fantastic. We spent about 4 1/2 hours there popping out for a quick snack halfway through. This was at the discretion of the manager and we were only allowed to do this because it wasn't very busy - so good idea to eat a big breakfast if you arrive when it opens at 11am. There is so much to see here but all in quite a small space which is great as you can revisit exhibits easily. You can also have a go at playing instruments and record yourself although not much was working on our day and we were disappointed that nothing had recorded for us to look back at. The dancing session is great fun - that recording worked and amused my family when they were able to view mum rave dancing!
The meal was ok but what really stung was the bill we got afterwards! £40+ for the cheapest bottle of wine on the menu, 2 portions of chips and 2 coffees! They slapped a service charge on the whole bill which wasn't stated in the ad. If you do this experience, go for tap water and have a coffee/ glass of wine elsewhere. Even then, you'll still have to pay 12.5% on the meal.
We went to We will Rock you which we walked out of halfway through as it was like a simple pantomime rather than something worth seeing. I have to say, Ben Elton must have written it in about 20 minutes - and I was expecting better from him.
Still - the exhibition was worth it for us although with the 2 train tickets (£30+), the unexpected levy on the restaurant (£40+) and a snack lunch in the O2 (at £30) it was an expensive day out!
16 November 2012