Escape the World Cup with World Class Musicals

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Are you weary of the World Cup? Fatigued by football? Well don’t despair – Superbreak is at hand with fantastic deals on four world class musicals gracing the West End this summer. Just the thing for World Cup widows!

Even though I’m not quite so into football as certain other people I work with, I always love the excitement and passion that the World Cup generates – but even I have to admit that it can get a bit much at times. But there’s more to do in the blazing summer than sit around watching TV, and as well as supporting the England team you can enjoy one of our nation’s other world-renowned accomplishments – the world of theatre.

That’s why we’ve put together a fantastic package for theatre lovers, or just anyone looking for something to do this month that doesn’t include football. From 11 June to 11 July, you can see the hit shows Sister Act, Jersey Boys, Billy Elliot and Dirty Dancing at two very special prices, depending on the type of ticket and London hotel you choose.

The top prices for these terrific breaks start at just £97 per person – which includes your show, hotel and a full breakfast in the morning – or you can choose cost-conscious budget price ticket packages from £77. That’s four classic shows at two great prices, helping you save money for your other summer excursions!

You couldn’t ask for four more diverse musicals, showing that the West End truly has something for everyone. What ties the performances together is their phenomenal success – all four have been huge hits in London, and seen by more than 20 million people across the world. What higher recommendation do you need?

So, if your partner’s attentions are squarely focused on the match, you don’t need to be left on the sidelines – enjoy a great girlie weekend with World Class Musicals in London.

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