Round House is heading back to London and we want YOU to come along! This trip is open to any and all theatre lovers.
Many London theatre tours focus on London’s commercial theatre hub in the West End. But some of the most exciting shows and theatre companies are found just across the river in London’s South Bank.
Join Artistic Director Ryan Rilette and Managing Director Ed Zakreski for an unparalleled look at the South Bank. You’ll feel like a local as we go in depth into one of London’s most vibrant, energetic, and artistic neighborhoods as well as its deep theatrical history.
We’ll stay right on the Thames at the boutique hotel Sea Containers, which Conde Nast Traveller featured for its “wow factor” and promised you “will delight in its glamour.” Its prime location is within walking distance of great theatre and renowned restaurants – ones we’ll eat at each night!
Over four days, we’ll explore the National Theatre, the Old Vic, the Young Vic, and the Bridge Theatre, seeing shows at each one. You’ll get to meet and hear from the theatres’ leaders and learn about the historic connections that link these theatres together. After each performance, we’ll gather for post-show cocktails to discuss the details and themes of that evening’s show. This is often the most exciting and enlightening part of the trip!
Our fifth London tour promises to be our most exciting yet, and you won’t want to miss it. The tour package includes the following:
- Five nights at the Sea Containers London with daily breakfast
- Prime seats to four shows at London’s leading South Bank theatres
- Daily discussions with theatre artists and arts professionals
- Private theatre tour
- Visit to Tate Modern with private lecture
- Four three-course group dinners at renowned South Bank restaurants
- Post-show drinks and discussion each night
- All tips, gratuities, and service charges
- Airfare is not included
The 2019 South Bank London Tour is sold out! If you are interested in learning more about future trips, please contact the Development Department at 240.641.5352 or Development@RoundHouseTheatre.org