If you are a theatre lover who also loves to travel then The Old Globe Theatre has the perfect set of trips for you! They offer two trips that are tailor made for people who love theatre and are willing to see two of the best theatre cities in the world, London, and New York!
For over thirty years the Globe has presented you and fellow theatre enthusiasts with these annual trips to see some of the best theatre around!
April 27 – May 4, 2014
This spring join the Globe’s Managing Director Michael G. Murphy for this fantastic journey to London! This tour also has an additional options three-day trip to Stratford-upon-Avon if you also need to see where the Bard called home!
This tour includes round trip airfare, a luxury hotel, guided walking tours, a visit to the Tower of London, a canal cruise, and more! In the theatre realm of the trip there will be a tour of the Royal National Theatre, Shakespeare’s Old Globe Theatre tour, and tickets to four theatre productions including “Blythe Spirit” starring Angela Lansbury, and “The Pajama Game” as directed by Richard Eyre!
May 23- 29, 2014
There is no better way to visit New York than in the spring, with like-minded individuals and theatre tickets in your pocket. This trip includes breakfast at the famous Carnegie Deli, a breakfast theatre talk ,a harbor cruise, guided walking tours, and more. Those theatre tickets get you into three of the most fantastic new shows to hit the great white way, including “A Raisin in the Sun” starring Denzel Washington, ‘The Bridges of Madison County”, and “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical”.
For more information on these tours, the cost, and the space availability please email Theatretours@theoldglobe.org or call The Old Globe at 619-231-1941 ext 2317
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