Theatre, Hotel and London Eye
After two sell out and critically acclaimed summer runs at the National Railway Museum with York Theatre Royal, this breathtaking theatrical event comes to London, converting the former Eurostar platforms at Waterloo Station.
One of the country’s best loved novels will come to life using this unique theatre setting that will be converted into a 1,000 seat venue with audiences sitting either side of a real railway track.
Join Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis as they tell the story of how they became The Railway Children featuring the Stirling Single, a beautiful 60 tonne steam locomotive. Don’t miss your chance to see a classic story brought to life in a truly spectacular setting.
The production is in support of the Railway Children’s Charity that aims to help homeless children throughout the world, particularly those who live around railway stations. £1 per ticket sale will be donated to the charity.
This incredible prize package includes two top-price tickets to the show with souvenir programmes and an overnight stay at the new Park Plaza Westminster Bridge hotel located on the vibrant South Bank. This luxury hotel is just steps away from the city’s most iconic attractions and only a five minute walk from The Railway Children. Also included are two Fast Track Flights on The London Eye, the world’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel which offers unique and spectacular views over London.
Five runners up will each receive a pair of top-price tickets to the show.
The Railway Children is now booking from the 4th July 2010.
Visit therailwaychildrenwaterloo.com for details or call the box office on +44 (0)871 297 0740.
This production is supported by Welcome to Yorkshire http://www.yorkshire.com
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge boasts spacious guest rooms, which include 54 suites and penthouses and distinctive dining options which include Brasserie Joël created by renowned Chef Joël Antunes, Ichi Sushi & Sashimi Bar, espressamente illy coffee bar and for cocktails, the stylish Primo Bar.
Answer: Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis