FREE GUIDED COACH TOUR
Based on conversations with Group Leaders during the last school year we estimate that up to 70% of students travelling with LTT have not visited London before.
For that reason we now offer a FREE GUIDED COACH TOUR OF LONDON with commentary by your LTT Guide.
The route includes some of London’s most famous sites including, Trafalgar Square, National Gallery, Whitehall, Horse Guards Parade, The Cenotaph, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, River Thames and London Eye.
The commentary includes comments on everyday London as well as the historical significance of some of the sights. Interesting questions are answered and fascinating facts revealed.
The result is that, as well as enjoying their theatre-based visit, students will hear and see a little more of their capital city than they perhaps expected to.
If you are interested in the sight-seeing tour please tell your tour co-ordinator so that we can include it in your suggested itinerary.
THEATRE BASED ACTIVITIES
From only £6
This tour is led by two actors who take on the roles of characters famous in the history of this magnificent theatre. The tour usually includes visits to the royal retiring room behind the royal box and into the depths of the theatre to explore a tunnel that remains from the original theatre in the 1600s.
Whether or not your group is seeing a production at the National Theatre this tour provides an informative insight into one of the country’s most advanced theatre buildings. The visit usually includes visits to all three theatre spaces (unless a rehearsal is taking place) as well as the backstage workshops.
Although performances only run May-October the Globe is open for guided tours throughout the year. Students will hear about the original playing conditions of the theatre and the way it was built using traditional skills and materials.
Provides an opportunity to visit the spectacular Opera House and, when the opportunity arises, to see a rehearsal taking place in one of the studios.
A exciting opportunity for all those seeing LES MISERABLES to actually stand on the set and hear all about how the show is staged.
(Only available Wednesday mornings).
Q & A SESSIONS
From only £3
A post show opportunity to ask one of the technical team all about the staging of one of the West End’s most famous musicals. At the same time in the background the large stage crew re-set the stage for the next performance.
LTT can arrange Q and A sessions with a staff director in the theatre before your group sees the performance.
If seeing a production at the National Theatre LTT can arrange a Q and A session with a staff director who will talk about the play but, as always, questions are encouraged.
As well as being responsible for the OFFICIAL WOMAN IN BLACK WORKSHOP on stage at the Fortune Theatre LTT is also able to arrange post-show Q and A sessions with one of the two actors.
PLEASE NOTE: It is advisable to book Q and A sessions as early as possible please.