West End Diary – Chapter 3

Travel Ideas

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To The Apollo Shaftesbury Avenue, latterly the home of the brilliant “Jerusalem”, to see Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons.” Now you expect spell-binding performances from David Suchet and Zoë Wannamaker, two of the most talented actors of a generation, and you get them in spades in this production, but hats off to Howard Davies for casting Stephen Campbell Moore and Jemma Roper opposite these giants of the stage. The younger generation were faultless.

Now it has been brought to my attention that there is a huge theatrical event due to be staged in South Africa in a few days’ time

And I have asked Superbreak to fly me over to cover the drama as it unfolds. However I know the World Cup is not everyone’s cup of tea, but fear not, help is at hand:


Does the sound of football coming home make you reach for your coat?
Are you trying to find ways to child-block sports channels from your TV?
There is only one known cure for wall-to-wall World Cup euphoria … Superbreak World Class Musicals
Escape Terry Venables’ “singing” for four of the most dazzling Musicals ever to play London’s West End

Superbreak’s unbeatable 4-4-2 formation:
Four great shows…
Billy Elliot, Dirty Dancing, Jersey Boys, Sister Act
Four great weeks for getting out of the house – 11th June to 11th July
Two great rates:
Top price package and one night’s stay in a 3* hotel from only £87pp
Saver Ticket and and one night’s stay in a 3* hotel from only £66pp
-based on two people sharing twin or double room, with full breakfast

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