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Bought tickets for Christmas for London show, but it starts at 5pm tomorrow and so there will be no underground when we come out! Plan was to drive down from West Midlands to outer tube station and ge… Read More
professor yaffle Avatar
3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Bought tickets for Christmas for London show, but it starts at 5pm tomorrow and so there will be no underground when we come out! Plan was to drive down from West Midlands to outer tube station and get connection, but that obviously won't work now. Got the option of driving into London and paying congestion and parking fees or overground train station on outskirts, any helpful suggestions will be appreciated!
professor yaffle Avatar
3m, 2w agoPosted 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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no congestion charge on a sunday, lot of free parking around Portland place on a sunday check transport for London car parking for all location of street parking and restrictions

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#1
use the buses or taxis x
#2
Where is this event ? Nearest station ?
#3
nataliedonnelly
use the buses or taxis x
I'm guessing that would be an option if I can park somewhere that's a bus or taxi drive away. Just googled congestion charge and it says it doesn't apply on a Sunday, didn't know that.
#4
DonkeyKonk
Where is this event ? Nearest station ?
Its the Piccadilly Theatre, not far from the tube station.
#5
no congestion charge on a sunday, lot of free parking around Portland place on a sunday check transport for London car parking for all location of street parking and restrictions
#6
NR train to Euston just leaves a not too bad walk down to Piccadilly (25 mins or so, via Tottenham Court Road area) and is an interesting walk. (Use Google Maps).
Much of Central London is very walkable between stations.


Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Jan 07, 2017 17:09
#7
Enjoy Jersey Boys. It's brilliant!!!
#8
as helpful says there is free parking plus no congestion charge. arrive early and do some touristy things.

have a nice time. take a pack lunch to save time/cash.
#9
I'd still use the buses. So easy to use and far better than the tube anyway.
#10
exmouthred
Enjoy Jersey Boys. It's brilliant!!!

I've seen it 5 times, obviously for the missus ;)

Yes I agree, its a great show. Got tickets to see it before it ends in London in March, just picked the wrong day :(

Thanks for all your answers. Will probably drive into the centre and find a cheap (if that's possible) place to park.
#11
You could walk like a man!
#12
exmouthred
You could walk like a man!
Or I could book Grosvenor Hill car park for £12, about 10 mins walk from the theatre and Oxford St :)
banned#13
Could drive to Watford and get London Overground to Euston then walk.

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