Breaks to enjoy Songs from the Shows

Beyond the Barricade
Mad about the Musicals

Songs from the Shows breaks by coach

It’s Showtime!

Whether you’re a keen theatregoer or simply love good music, the hits from the musicals are some of the most instantly recognisable and much-loved songs about.

At National Holidays we offer a selection of breaks to concerts that celebrate the finest music from the best West End shows and glitz of Broadway, all with hotel accommodation, tickets and exciting itineraries.

Musical theatre has brought us some of the catchiest and emotional songs of all time from the works of Andrew Lloyd Weber, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim, Kander & Ebb, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tim Rice and Boublil & Schonberg.

We all know and love the classical scores of Les Misérables, Phantom of The Opera, Miss Saigon, The Sound of Music, West Side Story and Cats.

But the musical scorebook is constantly developing with new musicals such as Matilda, Wicked and Kinky Boots bringing new catchy tunes and powerful anthems to the stage whilst the explosion of jukebox musicals like Jersey Boys and Mamma Mia have brought the back catalogue of the biggest music stars back into the mainstream.

Our ‘Song From The Shows’ packages are a great way to enjoy your beloved show tunes all over again in special concerts dedicated to the musical genre.

Take a whistle stop tour of the musical with Mad About The Musicals, a non-stop celebration of the most memorable show-stopping songs from the best musicals of all time performed by a cast direct from the West End who deliver the drama, emotion, energy and passion of musical theatre.

Beyond The Barricade also provides a sensational musical experience and has earned a reputation as being a fitting tribute to Theatreland, performed by a quartet of stars who have played some of the most iconic roles in the West End production of Les Misérables.

Whether you love “Defying Gravity” from Wicked, “On My Own” and “I Dreamed A Dream” from Les Misérables, “Do-Re-Mi” from The Sound of Music, or “The Music of the Night” from the Phantom of The Opera, you won’t want to miss these musical extravaganzas.

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