Which West End Shows Should You See Before They Reach the End of Their Run?

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Regardless of whether you’re visiting London for business or pleasure, there’s plenty of opportunities to catch one of the many West End shows that call London home every day of the week. From comedy to toe-tapping musicals, the West End has a regular calendar of shows that are guaranteed to entertain. Read on to discover the most popular performances that are coming to an end soon, so you don’t miss out on your next visit to London.

Nine Night – Trafalgar Studio One

Coming to an end on the 23rd February 2019, Nine Night discusses topics including death, food, family and the ancient art of storytelling in a modern setting. When the focus of the play Gloria dies, her family decide to mark her passing with a week-long party that is often funny and bittersweet at the same time.

Getting to the Trafalgar Studio One from The Park Grand Hotel Kensington is easy, just take the Circle Line from Kensington station and you’ll arrive at your destination in only twenty minutes.

Company – Gielgud Theatre

Aptly named if you’re seeking corporate entertainment in London, join gender-swapped character Bobby as he transforms into Bobbi amid some hilarious misunderstandings and often challenging situations.

One of the theatrical highlights of the year, you can bring your team to London to stay at the Park Grand Hotel Kensington to enjoy this performance before the end of March.

Home, I’m Darling – Duke of York’s Theatre

A new comedy about sex, cake and the quest to be a perfect 50’s housewife, this play is sure to have you rolling in the aisles.

Ideal for corporate entertainment in London or just a get together for friends and family, you can catch this hilarious performance up until the end of March 2019 by taking the Circle Line from the Tube station nearest to the Park Grand Hotel Kensington. The journey takes just over twenty minutes.

Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train – Young Vic Theatre

A dark comedy about the nature of faith, Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train from Pulitzer Prize winner, Stephen Adly Guirgis follows the story of a man accused of murdering a powerful cult leader during his incarceration in prison.

With themes of redemption and hope, there are also some seriously funny moments in what at first seems like a gloomy outlook for the lead character. It’s a perfect play for those seeking some great quality corporate entertainment in London.

To reach the Young Vic Theatre from your hotel, head to High Street Kensington Tube station and use the Circle and Jubilee lines. They depart the station every four minutes.

Once you’ve boarded the Tube, you can expect to reach your destination in just ten minutes, so you won’t need to rush to get ready for your big night out in London’s West End as it’s so easy to get to from our hotel.