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Matilda the Musical Theatre Breaks

Matilda the Musical Theatre Breaks

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Coach, rail and self-drive theatre breaks including show and hotel

Theatre: Cambridge Theatre, Seven Dials, 32-34 Earlham Street, London WC2H 9HU
Performance Times:
Monday – no performance
Matinees: Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2.30pm or Sundays at 3pm
Evenings: Wednesdays to Saturdays at 7.30pm or Tuesdays at 7pm
Performance Duration: The performance lasts approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes, including one interval
Audience Suitability: Matilda the Musical is suitable for anyone aged 6 years and over. All children must be old enough to occupy their own seat. Children under the age of 5 will not be admitted into the theatre.

Matilda the Musical is still lighting up London's West End since its opening night at the Cambridge Theatre in October 2011. The show is also dazzling the theatre industry winning awards left, right and centre including smashing all theatreland records with a total of seven Olivier Awards for Best Actress, Best Director and Best Musical. Experience this magical musical theatre experience with coach tours to see Matilda the Musical which is guaranteed to entertain the whole family from the moment the curtain rises. Fabulous lyrics, wonderful score and a multitude of surprises making this show one that you'll want to see again and again!

Watch as Roald Dahl's much loved story, adapted by Dennis Kelly and award-winning musician/comedian Tim Minchin, is brought to life on the stage in this hilarious new musical version. The story follows a little girl called Matilda who is unloved by her parents, Mr and Mrs Wormwood, a couple who are obsessed with ballroom-dancing. Matilda is a rather intelligent child and soon realises that sometimes to make things right, you have to be a little naughty, leading to some hilarious scenes that the whole family will enjoy.

Believing that school will be a much better place to be, Matilda is left unimpressed by the misery and general horribleness of her headmistress Miss Trunchball who in turn takes an instant dislike to Matilda because, according to her, she is a little strange. Matilda soon gets her own back by using her special psychokinetic powers to get rid of Miss Trunchball, allowing Matilda and her school friends to lead a much happier life.

After the show's overwhelming success in London's West End, Matilda the Musical officially opened on Broadway at the Schubert Theatre in April 2013 and critics already believe that it will strike gold on American soil competing for the coveted Tony® Awards.

London theatre breaks to see Matilda the Musical start from only £158.50 per person and each package includes: return coach travel (except for self-drive), overnight accommodation in a quality hotel, hotel-to-venue transfers, free time in London plus Matilda the Musical tickets with the option to upgrade to better seats.



As a child, Miss Honey had a doll named Liccy Doll. One of the producers of the film is author Roald Dahl's widow, Liccy Dahl.