£119pp & up – 'Cinderella' musical & London stay
"Andrew Lloyd Webber's new take is a hilarious triumph" (London Evening Standard)
Why We Love This Deal
Expect "bewitching melodies" and "whip-smart humour" (The Guardian) when Andrew Lloyd Webber's newest musical "Cinderella" comes to the Gillian Lynne Theatre in London. From January, you can get a Band A ticket to the musical and an overnight stay at a 4-star London hotel from £119 per person. You'll save up to 27% on the regular cost.
- Band A tickets to a 7:30pm performance of "Cinderella" (worth £79.50 each)
- Overnight stay with breakfast at The Tower Hotel in a Standard Double/Twin Room
- Prices based on two people sharing a twin/double room
- It's £119 to visit in January, and £129 to visit in February and March, 2022
- A solo traveller can stay in a single room from £169
- Add a second night from £60 extra per person
Monday and Thursday evenings 6- January until 31 March, 2022.
About the hotel
The Tower Hotel is next to Tower Bridge, with views over the Thames, the Tower of London, and St Katharine Docks. The hotel is less than half an hour from the theatre by Tube, bus, or car.
About the show
The much-anticipated world premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Cinderella" is a new romantic musical comedy from 2021 Academy Award winner Emerald Fennel ("Promising Young Woman", "Killing Eve") and Tony and Olivier award winner David Zippel.
A complete reinvention of the classic story, the show is set in the fairytale-esque town of Belleville. Cinderella (Carrie Hope Fletcher) is a goth outcast who is tired of living in the fairytale and is desperate to escape. After her only friend, Prince Sebastian (Ivano Turco), suddenly becomes heir to the throne after the mysterious disappearance of his extremely confident and charismatic older brother Prince Charming, a potential romance starts to blossom between the two, which neither of them quite know what to do with. Meanwhile, after a devastating PR disaster for Belleville and the threat of the guillotine, the Queen (Rebecca Trehearn) decides that the only thing to save the town is a Royal Wedding for Sebastian, something colourful and distracting so the peasants don't get too revolution-y. All looks lost for the blossoming romance, until Cinderella meets The Godmother (Gloria Onitiri), who can fix any problem with a little incision and a couple of broken ribs. Maybe the answer lies where Cinderella has been refusing to look — in becoming the identikit beauty that everyone has always told her to be.
"A fantastic cast led by Carrie Hope Fletcher elevates Andrew Lloyd Webber's long-awaited new musical" — The Stage
"Terrifically OTT but warm and inclusive... 5 stars" — The Guardian
"[The] sassy, sarky, musical take on the rags-to-riches fairytale proves well worth the wait... 4 stars" — London Evening Standard
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