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'GO AND SEE IT NOW!'
'A BLOCKBUSTER MUSICAL'
'A SURE-FIRE HIT'
Pretty Woman: The Musical - Ticket and Hotel Packages
The Savoy Theatre 2hrs 35mins Age 12+
The Savoy Theatre 2hrs 35mins
Our money-saving deals combine your tickets and a stay at a nearby hotel to create the ultimate London short break. That's got to be music to your ears?
Welcome to Hollywood! From the comfort of your theatre seat, take a trip to Beverly Hills and fall in love with your favourite characters, Vivian and Edward, all over again. After watching one of the most beloved romantic stories unfold on the live stage, spend the night at a luxurious, nearby hotel for the perfect end to your evening.
Browse our awesome deals by entering your dates, selecting your show tickets and choosing your favourite hotel. It would be a big mistake to miss them. Big. Huge. We bundle your tickets and room together in a simple package and give you all the details you'll need for your visit. Planning your London getaway has never been easier!
The Pretty Woman musical invites audiences to relive all their favourite moments from the original 1990 film.
Pretty Woman follows free-spirited Vivian who, when working the streets of Sunset Boulevard, is hired by rich businessman Edward to be his escort for a number of business and social events. Watch as their relationship blossoms and these unlikely soulmates overcome all odds to find each other and themselves.
Pretty Woman Musical London - Tickets + Hotel
No getaway to London is complete without visiting the West End, and to help you make your trip extra special why not book a package that includes an overnight stay at a nearby hotel along with your tickets. With options located just 10 minutes away from the theatre, they're the best place to unwind after an evening of bopping to the Pretty Woman soundtrack. Plus, with an additional day to enjoy the Big Smoke, what else will you discover?
"On that trip I learnt something very important. Escape through travel works. Almost from the moment I boarded my flight, life in England became meaningless. Seat-belt signs lit up, problems switched off. Broken armrests took precedence over broken hearts. By the time the plane was airborne I’d forgotten England even existed."Alex Garland, The Beach