Things To Do This Weekend

There are so many things to see and do in London every day. Here is our pick of the best things to do in London this weekend, including hot new shows, exhibitions and family events.

Top Theatre Deals

Miss Saigon
Before it moves to Broadway, save up to 12% on this show in the final few weeks of its run and grab a meal before the curtain goes up. Miss Saigon has brought audiences at the Prince Edward Theatre to their feet with its soaring music and visually-compelling story. Some tickets reduced to £32. Valid until 27 Feb. Book now

The Magic Flute
Get huge savings on one of the most popular operas ever written, now being performed at the London Coliseum. The Magic Flute tells of the Prince Tamino and his quest for love and to release his beloved princess from the clutches of the evil sorcerer. This production is brought to life by breathtaking animations and sound effects. Some tickets reduced from £79 to £48. Valid until 3 Mar. Book now

Waste
Save up to 43% on the new production of this political thriller at the Lyttelton Theatre, National. Famously banned when it was first written, Waste tells of the visionary independent politician Henry Trebell, co-opted by the Tories to push through a controversial Bill before he becomes embroiled in a personal scandal. Some tickets reduced to £25. Valid until 19 Mar. Book now

Tunnel Vision

Head down this weekend for the first time and catch the brand new Vaults Festival 2016. An underpass beneath Waterloo Station may not at first seem the most appealing venue for a festival, but at Vaults you can see some of the world’s finest live entertainers, performing comedy, music, drama and much more. Until 6 Mar. Read more

From Digital to Analogue

Catch the second weekend of Electronic Superhighway at Whitechapel Gallery and speed yourself backwards, taking in some of the best digital-influenced art of the past 50 years. Electronic Superhighway showcases more than 100 artworks from more than 70 artists, highlighting major milestones in art and internet history. Until 15 May. Read more

 

Egyptian Treasures

Head to the British Museum and grab your last chance to sneak a peek at the ground-breaking Egypt: Faith after the Pharaohs exhibition. The exhibition takes you through more than a thousand years of Egyptian history as you explore how religions transformed the ancient land. Don’t miss a showcase of numerous official letters written by the emperor Claudius on the Jews in Alexandria. Until 7 Feb. Read more

Chinese New Year on the Sark

Get involved in a special weekend of Chinese New Year events at one of London’s most-cherished venues. Find yourself taking a journey through the history of Chinese tea, take part in a mask-making workshop for kids, and hear the tale of Sailor Sam’s voyage across the sea with his cargo of tea. 6-7 Feb. Read more

 

Deal of the Week: Save up to 20% on Afternoon Tea With City Cruises

Get a fantastic reduction on afternoon tea with one of the capital’s premier cruise companies. City Cruises offer a traditional afternoon tea complete with scones, jam, cream and, of course, an endless supply of tea. Sit back and eat in style, all the while taking in some of London’s best sights. Book now