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London Theatre Weekend
3 days - by Air

Price from £374.00 per person*
Departures from 23rd Jun 2017 to 15th Dec 2017

Single person supplement : £120.00 per person

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At Omega we know the difference between prime value and plain cheap. That's why our London Theatre Weekend break uses only scheduled Friday morning flights that won't have you queuing blearily in the terminal at the dead of night.

We transfer you directly to a plush 4 star riverside hotel right next to Tower Bridge and the Tower of London with a full English breakfast each morning of your stay. Then the time is completely free for shopping or sightseeing apart from Saturday evening when, for the complete London experience, you get a ticket for the West End show of your choice. And on your return day, the airport transfer and flight are late afternoon or evening, giving you the lion's share of your last day too.


All the stops are pulled out for this tale of Broadway's Golden Age, directed and co-written by veteran Mark Bramble with a cast of over 50 and featuring the songs We're In The Money, Lullaby of Broadway, Shuffle Off To Buffalo, Dames, I Only Have Eyes For You and 42nd Street.
Theatre Royal Drury Lane
From 4 April
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Covent Gdn 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Kingsway, off the Aldwych
Booking until 6 September
Annie first came to the West End in 1978 and entered the nation's heart, running for a sell–out 1485 performances. Now she's back in an all–new show at the Piccadilly, with Miranda Hart as Miss Hannigan, the role first played by Sheila Hancock in the West End and reprised on film in 2011 by Cameron Diaz. Directed by Nikolai Foster and produced by Michael Harrison and David Ian, this lavish production will feature all your favourite Annie numbers including Tomorrow, It's the Hard Knock Life, Easy Street and You're Never Dressed Without a Smile.
Piccadilly Theatre
From 5 June
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 3.00pm
Nearest Tube:
Piccadilly Circus 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
The Haymarket
Booking until 6 January 2018
It's already been a smash–hit on Broadway, and now Dean John–Wilson stars as the rakish street urchin–turned–handsome–prince in Disney's lavish new musical production of Aladdin, now at the Prince Edward Theatre.
Prince Edward Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Leicester Sq 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Odeon, Shaftesbury Ave
Booking until 30 September
Written by Pulitzer finalist Craig Lucas, directed by Olivier and Tony Award–winner Christopher Wheeldon, with sets, lighting, orchestrations, choreography and costumes all by multi–Tony Award–winning designers, plus a cast of over 50 and top Gershwin songs like I Got Rhythm, 'S Wonderful and They Can't Take That Away From Me, this musical has already conquered Paris and Broadway in sell–out runs and in March descends on London's newly–refurbished Dominion Theatre, together with its original Broadway headline cast.
Dominion Theatre
From 4 March
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.00pm
Nearest Tube:
Tottenham Ct Rd 20ft
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Odeon, Shaftesbury Ave
Booking until 30 September
As arresting and unforgettable as a motorcycle smashing through your front room wall, Jim Steinman's Bat Out Of Hell was the must-have album of the 1970s, a leather-clad, stud-gauntletted and ripped-jeans anthem to sex, adrenalin and... motorbikes.
If ever there was a studio album begging to become a West End musical, where its uniquely visual songs can be brought to life in a thrilling stage act, it had to be Bat Out Of Hell. Now at last, it's here.
London Coliseum
From 5 June
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Leicester Sq 0.1 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
TBC
Booking until 27 July
Carole King's heart-warming true life story is brought to the stage from a book by Douglas McGrath, directed by Marc Bruni with choreography by Josh Prince, and featuring among other hits...
The Locomotion, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, I'm Into Something Good, Pleasant Valley Sunday, Up On The Roof, (You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman and You've Got A Friend
Aldwych Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Covent Gdn 500m
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Kingsway, off the Aldwych
Booking until 4 November
One of the great Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals is coming back to town! The show which Time magazine named in 1999 as the best musical of the 20th century is set for a limited new run with the English National Opera, starring celebrated songwriter and mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins as Julie Jordan and tenor Alfie Boe as Billy Bigelow, the small-time crook who returns from beyond the grave determined to make things right again.
London Coliseum
From 7 April
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Leicester Sq 0.1 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
TBC
Booking until 13 May
A curious book and a curious subject for a play, Curious nevertheless holds the record for winning the most Olivier Awards during its premier run (Best New Play, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Sound, Best Lighting, Best Set Design, Best Choreographer).
Based on Mark Haddon's bestseller about a young mathematician and amateur detective with an austistic–spectrum condition who investigates the strange demise of a neighbours dog, this is a play to challenge and to inform, but also to hearten and ultimately to inspire.
Suitable for ages 11 and over. There is some strong language at intermittent points in the play.
Gielgud Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Leicester Sq 0.3 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Odeon, Shaftesbury Ave
Booking until 3 June
After the runaway success of last year's pantomime revival, panto is coming to the West End once again in 2017. This year's star-studded show will be Dick Whittington, the only pantomime based on historical fact and featuring spectacular sets, stunning costumes and laughs aplenty.
Young Dick Whittington hears that London's streets are paved with gold, so sets off to seek his fortune. On the way he collects a feline companion, and in the best tradition of pantomime heroes, encounters a series of comedic misunderstandings and swashbuckling adventures.
The show will feature a celeb cast so get your tickets now for the West End event of the season in case they sell out...
Oh no they won't...
OH YES THEY WILL!
London Palladium
From 9 December
Evening performance: 7.30pm (5.00pm Sunday)Matinee: 2.30pm (1pm Sunday)
Nearest Tube:
Oxford Circus 0.1 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Hanover Square
Booking until 14 January 2018
Inspired by the true story of Diana Ross and The Supremes, this Tony Award–winning musical starring Amber Riley (Glee) and directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon, Aladdin, Something Rotten!) tells the story of 'The Dreams', a young female singing trio from Chicago, who have to learn the hard way that the road to stardom has a lot of deep holes and deadly traps. Songs include And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going, Listen, One Night Only and I Am Changing.
Savoy Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Charing Cross 0.4 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Kingsway, off the Aldwych
Booking until 21 October
The role made famous by Tommy Steele comes to London's Noel Coward Theatre from 29 October after rave reviews and a sell-out run in Chichester. Based on H.G. Wells's 1905 novel 'Kipps', this new stage version of HALF A SIXPENCE is a fresh and updated adaptation brought together by Julian Fellowes (writer creator of Downton Abbey) with George Stiles and Anthony Drewe (Mary Poppins), featuring many of the original songs by David Heneker including 'Flash Bang Wallop', 'Money To Burn' and 'Half A Sixpence'.
Noel Coward Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Leicester Sq 0.1 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Charing Cross Rd
Booking until 2 September
When gentlemen's brogues are no longer in vogue, what is a cobbler to do?
Faced with bankruptcy due to competition from foreign sources, one small village's shoe factory owner embarks on a daringly different business strategy, ladies' shoes in men's sizes for the drag queen and cross–dresser market. A likely story? Maybe not, but a true story nonetheless, and a smash hit multiple Tony–award winning show with superb original score by Cyndi Lauper.
Adelphi Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Charing Cross 0.3 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Kingsway, off the Aldwych
Booking until 30 September
See the world's longest running musical sensation at the Queen's Theatre London. Victor Hugo's powerful novel is brought to the stage by the outstanding talent of Herbert Kretzmer and Claude-Michel Schonberg, sweeping its audience through an epic tale of passion and destruction.
Set against the backdrop of a nation in the grip of revolutionary turmoil, it is indisputably the world's most popular musical. The magnificent score includes the songs One Day More, I Dreamed A Dream and many more.
Queen's Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Piccadilly Circus 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Odeon, Shaftesbury Ave
Booking until 14 October
The ultimate feel–good show!
A mother. A daughter. 3 possible dads. And a trip down the isle you'll never forget.
About Mamma Mia! Inspired by the storytelling magic of ABBA's songs, from Dancing Queen and Take A Chance On Me to Super Trouper and Thank You For The Music, Mamma Mia! is an enchanting tale of family and friendship unfolding on a Greek Island paradise. On the eve of her wedding, a daughter's quest to discover the identity of her father brings three men from her mother's past to the island they last visited 20 years ago...
Novello Theatre
Evening performance: 7.45pmMatinee: 3.00pm
Nearest Tube:
Covent Gdn 0.3 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Kingsway, off the Aldwych
Booking until 14 October
Guinness Book of Records entry for the most Olivier Awards won by any show, Matilda the Musical was nominated in all ten categories in the 2012 Oliviers and broke a 20 year record by taking seven titles including Best New Musical, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress. This RSC production of Roald Dahl's famous Matilda has wall to wall rave reviews, with sparkling writing by Dennis Kelly and outstanding songs by the singer/comedian/songwriter Tim Minchin.
Cambridge Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm / Sunday 3.00pm
Nearest Tube:
Covent Gdn 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Odeon, Shaftesbury Ave
Booking until 17 December
Featuring over 40 classic songs including as My Girl, Stop! In The Name of Love, Dancing in the Street, I Heard It Through The Grapevine and Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Motown the Musical is the story of Berry Gordy, a former Detroit car-worker living in an America riven by race riots, who scraped together a shoestring budget in 1959 to found a record label which became its own assembly-line of sensational hits.
Shaftesbury Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Holborn 0.4 mil
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Odeon, Shaftesbury Ave
Booking until 28 October
Windows, heads and fundamental academic traditions start to shake when a rock star becomes the class teacher at a snooty prep school, and instead of dishing out essays on Berlioz breaks out the power chords and the Marshall amps...
New London Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm / Sunday 3.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Covent Gdn 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Kingsway, off the Aldwych
Booking until 23 July
Amanda Holden stars in the feel-good comedy that follows seven women and one man who come together at a local dance class and are then faced with a challenge none of them expected, a challenge which will change their lives.
This new production is directed by three-time Oliver Award-winner Maria Friedman and stars Amanda along with Tamzin Outhwaite, Dominic Rowan, Emma Hook, Janet Behan, Jessica-Alice McCluskey, Judith Barker, Katie Verner, Marcia Mantake, Natalie Casey, Nick Warnford, Nicola Stephenson, Sandra Marvin, Suzy Bloom and Tracy-Ann Oberman.
Vaudeville Theatre
From 14 March
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Leicester Sq 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Odeon, Shaftesbury Ave
Booking until 17 June
"Entrancing, Exhilarating...Terrific" - The Independent
Fantastic rhythm, theatre, comedy, dance, with everything from Zippo lighters to dustbin lids, now in its sensational 13th year.
With new routines, new choreography and new music, expect to be amazed!
Ambassador's Theatre
Evening performance: 8.00pm / Sunday 6.00pmMatinee: 3.00pm
Nearest Tube:
Leicester Sq 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Odeon, Shaftesbury Ave
Booking until January 2018
It's Calendar Girls - with songs!
The Girls premiered at Leeds Grand Theatre, then moved to The Lowry in Manchester in January 2016. It ran for 60 sell-out performances, earning a total of 60 standing ovations. It's due to open at the Phoenix Theatre in January , and tickets are on sale now.
Phoenix Theatre
From 21 February
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Tottenham Ct Rd 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Odeon, Shaftesbury Ave
Booking until 15 July
"Unforgettable performance, production and talented artistes!!! A fantastic show from beginning to end for adults and children alike. FANTASTIC!!!!"
The smash–hit story of Simba the lion and his Serengeti journey from runaway to ruler of the plains has been a sell–out success ever since it opened on Broadway in 1997 and at London's Lyceum Theatre in 1999.
Lyceum Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Covent Gdn 0.3 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Kingsway, off the Aldwych
Booking until 4 June
Shenanigans at Monkswell Manor featuring classic Christie archetypes like the nervous youth, the old major, the mysterious foreigner, the hypercritical harridan and the gruff copper, this is the mystery that was expected (by Ms Christie) to run just 8 months - she even gave away the rights to her grandson as a birthday present. Now in its incredible 64th year and the longest–running show, of any kind, in the world.
As a matter of venerable theatre tradition you are asked not to reveal the ending after leaving the theatre!
St Martins Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 4.00pm
Nearest Tube:
Leicester Sq 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Odeon, Shaftesbury Ave
Booking until January 2018
Lloyd Webber's musical triumph, this is the tragic tale of love, shame and revenge under the roof of the Paris Opera House.
Phantom is now the longest running show in Broadway history, the second-longest running in West End history, and winner of over 70 awards including 3 Oliviers, 7 Tonys and 7 Drama Desk awards.
Her Majesty's Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Piccadilly Circus 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
The Haymarket
Booking until 14 October
Very very funny – The Guardian
I feared I was going to hyperventilate – Daily Mail
What could possibly go wrong when the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society decides to stage a 1920s murder mystery? Well... you guessed it, the clue's in the title.
Hotel catering met its nemesis with Fawlty Towers, rock music met its worst nightmare with Spinal Tap. Now theatreland meets the show from hell at the Duchess Theatre, but watch out, because they're going to murder it!
Duchess Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm / Sunday 3.00pm
Nearest Tube:
Leicester Sq 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Booking until 10 September
A story born of a childhood messing about in boats in the idyllic upper reaches of the Thames, The Wind in the Willows was turned down by publishers until President Theodore Roosevelt started a campaign to get it published. Reviled by critics on its publication in 1908 it was nonetheless an immediate smash–hit with the public.

Since then its timeless themes of loyalty, friendship, nostalgia and repentance have never gone out of date, and its production history is enormous. It was filmed in 1946 with Kenneth More, in 1984 with David Jason and Peter Sallis, in 1995 with Hugh Laurie and Richard Briers, in 1995 (again) with Michael Palin, Michael Gambon and Rik Mayall, in 1996 with Steve Coogan and Eric Idle, and in 2006 with Mark Gatiss, Matt Lucas, Bob Hoskins, Imelda Staunton and Anna Maxwell Martin.

It was first adapted for stage by one of its first and greatest admirers, AA Milne, then later by Alan Bennett. Now it has been adapted as a stage musical by Oscar–winning writer Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey), directed by Rachel Kavanaugh (The Rivals) and with a music and lyrics by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe (Half a Sixpence, Betty Blue Eyes).
London Palladium
From 29 June
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Oxford Circus 0.1 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Hanover Square
Booking until 9 September
8 years in the West End, and the longest running show in the Lyric Theatre's 125-year history, Thriller Live celebrates the undisputed king of pop.
Expect your favourite Jackson songs delivered by an exceptionally talented cast and live band, including the smash hits: I Want You Back, I'll Be There, Show You The Way To Go, Can You Feel It, Rock With You, She's Out Of My Life, Beat It, Billie Jean, Earth Song and Thriller plus many more!
Lyric Theatre
Evening performance: 7.30pm / Saturday 8.00pmMatinee: 4.00pm / Sunday 3.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Piccadilly Circus 0.1 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
The Haymarket
Booking until 1 October
"Packed with shocks, sorcery, special effects and incredible costumes, Wicked is the perfect choice for a spellbinding night out" - Daily Mail
"Packed with wit, storming songs and beautiful costumes, Wicked is an absolute blast" - The Guardian
L Frank Baum's Wizard of Oz, retold from the point of view of the Wicked Witch – now in its 10th year and winner of 94 theatre awards – a truly wicked show!
Apollo Victoria
Evening performance: 7.30pmMatinee: 2.30pm
Nearest Tube:
Covent Gdn 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Victoria St
Booking until 4 November
"The most brilliantly effective spine chiller you will ever encounter - if you haven't seen this show yet you are missing a treat!" - Daily Telegraph
"A truly nerve-shredding experience" - The Daily Mail
Now 27 years in the West End, over 7 million people have screamed, winced, dived under seats, shivered, hidden behind spouses, turned pale and generally had the time of their lives in one of the most exciting, spooky, gripping and successful theatre events ever staged.
Fortune Theatre
Evening performance: 8.00pmMatinee: 4.00pm
Nearest Tube:
Covent Gdn 0.2 mi
Coach Drop / Pickup:
Kingsway, off the Aldwych
Booking until 27 September

This is a general list only, and theatre shows may not be available on all dates. Late matinees (4pm) not available on tours including evening meal. Some ticket prices may be higher on Saturdays.

This tour is organised and operated by Omega Holidays plc ABTA V4782 ATOL 6081

  • Return flight from your chosen airport to London
  • Airport taxes and return transfer to the hotel
  • Two nights stay at the 4 star Tower Guoman hotel with full English breakfast
  • A ticket for your chosen show on Saturday evening (upgrades available)
  • Free time in London
  • Services of an Omega coach driver/ tour representative
  • VAT at 20%

*Based on two people sharing a room. A room for single person occupancy is offered, subject to availability, at a supplement of £120pp for the break.

Note: Hold luggage is now optional; price is approximately £30pp depending on airline, details to be confirmed on booking.


Flights ↔ London
AirportOutboundReturnAirline
Departures to 17 March
Aberdeen08:35 / 10:1518:25 / 20:05easyJet via Gatwick
Belfast08:45 / 09:55 Luton18:40 / 20:10 GatwickeasyJet via Luton / Gatwick
Dundee07:00 / 08:3019:00 / 20:35Flybe via Stansted
Edinburgh07:05 / 08:20 Luton18:55 / 20:20 GatwickeasyJet via Luton / Gatwick
Glasgow07:05 / 08:3518:00 / 19:30easyJet via Gatwick
Inverness06:45 / 08:2018:55 / 20:35easyJet via Gatwick
Isle of Man09:55 / 11:1019:15 / 20:35easyJet via Gatwick
Leeds Bradford09:20 / 10:3517:30 / 18:35British Airways via Heathrow
Manchester10:00 / 11:1018:25 / 19:30British Airways via Heathrow
Newcastle09:45 / 11:1019:40 / 20:55British Airways via Heathrow
Newquay07:25 / 08:3520:05 / 21:15Flybe via Gatwick
Departures from 31 March to 30 September
Aberdeen08.30 / 10.1018.30 / 20.10easyJet via Gatwick
Belfast10.15 / 11.4019.10 / 20.35easyJet via Gatwick
Dundee07:00 / 08:3019:00 / 20:35Flybe via Stansted
Edinburgh09.00 / 10.3018.30 / 19.35British Airways via Heathrow
Glasgow09.30 / 11.0018.15 / 19.40British Airways via Heathrow
Inverness07.00 / 08.4520.25 / 22.05easyJet via Gatwick
Isle of Man09:55 / 11:1019:15 / 20:35easyJet via Gatwick
Leeds Bradford09.35 / 10.4517.40 / 18.45British Airways via Heathrow
Manchester09.45 / 10.5518.10 / 19.10British Airways via Heathrow
Newcastle09.00 / 10.2018.30 / 19.45British Airways via Heathrow
Newquay07:25 / 08:3520:05 / 21:15Flybe via Gatwick
Departures from 1 October
Aberdeen08.30 / 10.1018.30 / 20.10easyJet via Gatwick
Belfast10.15 / 11.4019.10 / 20.35easyJet via Gatwick
Edinburgh09.00 / 10.3518.30 / 19.55British Airways via Heathrow
Glasgow09.25 / 11.0018.15 / 19.40British Airways via Heathrow
Inverness07.00 / 08.4520.25 / 22.05easyJet via Gatwick
Isle of Man09:55 / 11:1019:15 / 20:35easyJet via Gatwick
Manchester09.55 / 11.0518.10 / 19.15British Airways via Heathrow
Newcastle09.00 / 10.2018.15 / 19.30British Airways via Heathrow
Newquay07:35 / 08:4520:10 / 21:15Flybe via Gatwick
These flight times are correct at the time of publishing but may not be available on all dates and are subject to change without notice

Friday: Meet up at your chosen airport for your flight to London, where on arrival we will transfer you to the 4 star Tower Guoman Hotel, next to Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. The hotel check-in is normally at 4pm but if you wish you can leave your luggage with reception in the meantime. Check in at the hotel when you're ready and then relax and enjoy the first of your two nights stay.

Public transport and tickets in London

If you're going to be using a lot of public transport, an Oyster top–up card is beneficial as it means no queuing for tickets and you pay about half the regular fare price on most journeys.

Make sure you apply for this online well before you set off for London. www.tfl.gov.uk/oyster.

You can even jump the queues for tickets at a lot of famous attractions if you buy a London Pass, which can include all travel as well - see www.londonpass.com.

Saturday: A full English breakfast to start you off, and then you have the day to do whatever you like in London. For easy access to the shops and visitor attractions, the Tower Guoman Hotel is just a short walk from Tower Hill tube station on the District and Circle Lines. Head to Oxford Circus tube station for Selfridges, Oxford Street and Bond Street, Knightsbridge for Harvey Nichols and Harrods (close by on Brompton Road), or Covent Garden for the covered market where designers and craftspeople display their hand-made wares. If it's sightseeing you want, we hardly know where to start. There's Westminster Abbey, or the Houses of Parliament, the Tower of London, St Paul's, Hampton Court, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Madame Tussauds, Kew Gardens, London Zoo, the museums... the choice is endless. In the evening, make your way to the theatre in time for the evening performance of your chosen show.

Sunday: Breakfast first, and then you have most of the day at leisure for more shopping or sightseeing until we transfer you to the airport for your flight home.

Here are some example hotels or similar ones that we use for this break, actual availability may change with the travel date you choose.

Some hotels have an additional supplement per person, as shown below. Supplements are stated for the break (not per night)

Tower Guoman Hotel, London
One of London's most prestigious addresses, the Tower Guoman overlooks the Thames and is located next to two World Heritage Sites, Tower Bridge and The Tower of London. You can enjoy one of the finest outlooks in London with the majority of rooms offering breathtaking views over the River Thames, Tower Bridge, The Tower of London, St Katharine's Dock and the City of London beyond.
 

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