The Girl On The Train - Live In Manchester
2 Days Away
Staring Eastender’s Samantha Womack, this thrilling stage adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on The Train will have you perched on the edge of your seat from curtain rise. Watch with baited breath as Rachel’s daydreams about the lives of the perfect couple she spies from her daily train embroil her in a suspenseful mystery about the disappearance of a woman…
The day after the show, we take a visit to Liverpool, a wonderful city with plenty to see. Ideal for winding down after the excitement of the previous night, Liverpool is an exciting city that provides something for everyone.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
• Coach travel with reserved seating
• One night’s dinner, bed and breakfast at our select hotel
• Admission to The Girl on The Train at The Lowry Theatre, Salford
• Free time in Liverpool
UK Holiday InsuranceInsurance
At National Holidays, we always do everything we can to ensure your holiday runs as smoothly as possible from start to finish. For this reason, we strongly recommend you take out holiday insurance to ensure you’re prepared for the unexpected.
To provide you with a travel insurance policy designed with our customers in mind, we’ve teamed up with specialist insurance providers Towergate Chapman Stevens. Some of the benefits of our insurance policy include:
• All ages are considered
• 24-hour English speaking emergency assistance
A city steeped in history, culture and attractions, Liverpool is one of the most popular city break destinations in the UK and makes a great destination for a coach break.
Liverpool's most famous sons “The Beatles” are celebrated across the city; from the exhibition in the Albert Dock to the famous Cavern Club where the lads once played, you can map out their incredible journey amongst the vibrancy and history that radiates throughout this city.
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