Take a sneak peek behind the curtain of the capital’s largest theatre with this wonderful tour of London Coliseum followed by a scrumptious cream tea. This friendly and informal tour will guide you through the captivating history of the theatre, from its opening night, all the way back on Christmas Eve in 1904, right through its vibrant years as a Palace of Variety to its current role as home to the English National Opera. You’ll marvel the stunning architecture, designed by the flamboyant Edwardian architect Frank Matcham, whilst taking in the old Gentleman’s Baronial Smoking Hall, Stoll’s Balcony and the extraordinary auditorium, as well as a whole host of other fascinating rooms. After your tour, you and your guest will head to the nearby Boulevard Brasserie to indulge in a spot of cream tea, which includes a delicious selection of homemade scones with clotted cream and preserves alongside a pot of tea of course.
Bargain Deal: £49.00