Located between Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus in the City of Westminster, sits the Theatre Royal Haymarket. If you’re catching a play in London, few places are better than this. One of the capital’s oldest playhouses, the Grade l listed landmark has been regaling audiences for almost 200 years with its artistic quality and creativity. It has been at the forefront of theatrical innovation and is perhaps most famous for staging the first scheduled matinee performance, a custom that is now an accepted practice for theatres across the West End. With two centuries worth of experience in ‘Theatreland’, it has hosted innumerable shows, both musicals and plays over the years. Some of the biggest include The Royal Family, A Few Good Men and Fatal Attraction with the likes of Bradley Cooper, Ralph Fiennes and Ian McKellen having graced its stage. Its excellent location means that before or after the show you will have easy access to some of the city’s top attractions. Why not wander down to Trafalgar Square and visit The National Gallery or The National Portrait Gallery. You’ll also find a tremendous amount of award-winning restaurants just moments away.