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Billy Elliot Theatre Breaks

Billy Elliot Theatre Breaks

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Billy Elliot is not recommended for children under the age of 12 years old as the show features a lot of strong language.
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Billy Elliot has now closed, it will be touring the UK shortly. 

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

Theatre: Victoria Palace Theatre, Victoria Street, London SW1E 5EA
Performance Times:
Matinees: Thursdays and Saturdays at 2.30pm
Evenings: Mondays to Saturdays at 7.30pm
Performance Duration: The performance lasts approximately 3 hours and includes an interval
Audience Suitability:The Billy Elliot Musical does contain some strong language therefore if you are planning on bringing children to see the show please be aware of this. There is also a cross-dressing scene for one of the main characters which also may not be suitable for children. 

Billy Elliot the Musical has been seen by over 8 million people worldwide, has been dazzling theatre audiences since it first opened in London's West End back in 2005 and as a result of the show's huge popularity, won 10 Tony® Awards in 2009 including one for Best Musical. No doubt after one visit to see Billy Elliot the Musical, you'll want to return so you can watch the magic unfold again!

Billy Elliot the Musical is set against the backdrop of the Miner's Strike which took place during 1984 and 1985. The story focuses on a young boy called Billy Elliot who is growing up in a northern mining town where the Strike is having an effect on all who live there. His father wishes for his son to be more like a man and follow him and his brother into the world of mining but Billy isn't really interested. His frustrated father pays for his youngest to take up boxing lessons but whilst learning how to bout, he is distracted by a group of girls having a ballet lesson. So enthralled by what they are doing, he decides to join in where his passion for dancing explodes with amazing results!

With dazzling dance routines choreographed by Peter Darling, a fantastic musical score written by Sir Elton John and wonderful lyrics provided by Lee Hall who wrote the book that led to the successful film and musical, you are all set for a fabulously entertaining time when you book a theatre break to see Billy Elliot the Musical in London.

London theatre breaks to see Billy Elliot start from only £138 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 Billy Elliot theatre tickets with the option to upgrade to better seats.

The "Billy Elliot effect" is now part of everday vocabulary to describe giving children from under-privileged backgrounds a chance to express themselves.