British theater and culture in one of the world’s most famous cities

London is without doubt the theater capital of Britain and is possessed of an enduring theatrical tradition. With over 50 West End theaters, the Royal National Theater’s 3 venues, and the continued presence of the Royal Shakespeare Company there is no shortage of theater-going options.

British Theater

With over 40 West End theaters, the Royal National Theater’s three venues, the Royal Shakespeare Company’s presence, and over 50 fringe venues, you will experience no shortage of choice in your theater-going options.

The Globe

This faithful reconstruction of Shakespeare’s famous London theater provides a unique opportunity to experience his works in the way he intended.

Big Ben

This ornate facade housing London’s most famous bell has become one of the world’s most recognized monuments and is a beacon of pride to its residents.

Tower Bridge

Directly adjacent to the Tower of London, this suspension bridge masterpiece houses a superb museum on the working history of the River Thames.

Trafalgar Square

Four bronze lions set on granite plinths keep watch over London’s central gathering spot.

British Icons

The bright red phone booths and double-decker buses of the city are recognized around the world.


This beautiful English city is the ancestral and spiritual home of William Shakespeare.

The Bard

From Anne Hathaway’s Cottage to the RSC to Shakespeare’s birthplace and final resting spot, the influence of “The Bard of Avon” is ever present.

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.”

Samuel Johnson

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