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The play’s the thing...to keep you on the edge of your seat. It’s a medium which has kept humanity entertained for centuries and London is, hands down...

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Musicals

Agatha Christie's legendary whodunit is still packing them in after more than 60 years in the West End.The world's longest running play has ...

Duration
2 hours, 15 minutes
Available in: English
$ 27
City passes

See the best sights in London with the iVenture Card. This credit-card-sized pass comes with a computer chip inside which gives you access t...

Duration
5 days
$ 97

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Museums

Get your Best of the British Museum - Guided visit with Musement and get in depth explanations from an expert, english-speaking tour guide.

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Castle & palace tours
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Get your tickets to the Tower of London with Musement to see the Crown Jewels and go on a Yeoman Warder walking tour guided by an actual Yeoman!

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$ 30
Panoramic Tours
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Go up the London Eye and enjoy the best panoramic view of the city in climate-controlled capsules and information touch screens. Your ticket also includes admission to the London Eye 4D Cinema Experience, book now ith Musement!

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Film tours
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Book the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London with Musement and enjoy roundtrip transportation to the Making of Harry Potter. Broomsticks not included.

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The inside story

The play’s the thing...to keep you on the edge of your seat. It’s a medium which has kept humanity entertained for centuries and London is, hands down, the best place on the planet to experience it! You’re sure to find a show to match your tastes, whether you prefer fun comedies or heart-wrenching dramas, the theaters of London are ready to supply tickets to a full range of emotions with talented actors, amazing scenery, and detailed costumes! London has hundreds of theaters and centuries of practice. It’s difficult to know where to start. A good option would be a play at Shakespeare’s Globe, a modern day reconstruction of the original Globe Theatre, where the bard himself, William Shakespeare, showcased his works.

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Plays 21 New Globe Walk, London SE1 9DT London
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