Jun. 2010

HotelTravel.com Presents Hotel Deals in London 'As You Like It'

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PHUKET, 1 June, 2010 - This summer The Old Vic Theatre in London is hosting The Bridge Project, featuring a double helping of two fantastic Shakespearean plays: 'As You Like It' and 'The Tempest'.

The Bridge Project was conceived and is directed by Academy Award-winning director of stage and screen, Sam Mendes.

The goal is to produce large-scale, classical theatre for international audiences. The Bridge Project 2010 kicked off in New York in January and visits Asia and Europe before arriving in London at The Old Vic in June.

Book your tickets now for the fantastic new production of 'As You Like It', starring Michelle Beck, Christian Camargo, Ron Cephas Jones, Stephen Dillane and Juliet Rylance. The show runs from 12 June to 21 August with opening night on 23 June.

'The Tempest' features Tony Award-winning actor Stephen Dillane taking on the role of Prospero. He's joined by Christian Camargo, who plays Ariel, and Juliet Rylance as Miranda. Opening night is also on 23 June, with the show running from 18 June to 21 August.

Catching spectacular live theatre in such a historic venue is a great addition to any city break in London. From the Waterloo Underground Station it is only a short walk to the Old Vic, which is on the corner of the Cut and Waterloo Road. It can also be easily reached by bus or taxi.

For theatre goers who are looking for London hotels near the Old Vic Theatre, many hotels in Soho offer real choice for a wide range of pockets. Just log onto HotelTravel.com to check out all the great rates available at these and many other hotels all priced from under EUR 100 per night.

Choose from either the St Giles Hotel (from EUR 72 per night),  Strand Palace Hotel (from EUR 81 per night), Royal National Hotel London (from EUR 82 per night), Tavistock Hotel (from EUR 85 per night) or the Bedford Hotel London (from EUR 89 per night) to name just a few HotelTravel.com customer favourites.   The Soho area is also served by underground train service that connects direct to Heathrow Airport , a journey of less than 60 minutes.   -----ends-----

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