Kids in the Big Smoke: Holborn

Are you looking for a cultured escape for you and the kids this summer? The six week school break can take its toll if you have no planned activities or excursions. Holborn Travelodge provides a bargain base for getting away with the brood during the summer holidays.

shrek the musical

Conveniently located near to the West End of London, Holborn Travelodge is in an excellent spot for visits to Theatre Land and its surrounding areas.

There is an array of family friendly productions taking to the stage this summer. Children of all ages can enjoy a matinee performance of your choice from the wide selection available.

Shrek The Musical is perfect for school-aged children. Based on the original DreamWorks animation, youngsters (and their parents) are invited to join Shrek and Donkey on an adventure from the swamp to The Kingdom of Far, Far Away and back again in this hilarious, contemporary love story, complete with upbeat hits.

Throughout the school holidays, Shrek The Musical is showing at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Book tickets early to avoid missing out on this popular musical.

New to the West End scene this summer is the theatrical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s, Matilda. Matilda The Musical captures the charming and hilarious plot of the traditional children’s classic about a magical little girl who is not appreciated by her parents.

Showing at the Cambridge Theatre near to Covent Garden, this is an outstanding award winning production for children of all ages.

Young girls and teenagers will love the bustling retail area of Oxford Street. Spend a day shopping the strand at stores such as New Look and River Island. Finish the day off by heading to Planet Hollywood in Leicester Square for a star-studded evening meal, worthy of their new outfits.

Book Holborn Travelodge and introduce your children to the West End this summer. Don’t leave it too late!

 

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