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The Savoy Concierge Guide to London - February 2023

03-02-2023 / London Concierge Guide

Theatre –

SIX – Vaudeville Theatre

Until Sunday 29 October 2023

Just down the road from The Savoy at the Vaudeville Theatre, SIX tells the tale of Henry VIII’s Tudor wives with a perspective-flipping modern twist as they turn back the clock to reclaim their crowns in style and retell their stories. SIX has been described as ‘A beacon of hope for the future of British musicals’ and won two Tony awards in 2022, so is definitely worth a watch!


Operation Mincemeat: A New Musical – The Fortune Theatre

Wednesday 29 March – Saturday 8 July 2023

Heading to the West End at the end of March, Operation Mincemeat is a slapstick parody musical about an MI5 mission where British intelligence officers used a stolen corpse in a daring scheme! It’s been credited as a pivotal moment in the Second World War.

Following sold out runs at New Diorama Theatre and Southwark Playhouse, Operation Mincemeat is sure to be a crowd-pleaser, so buy your tickets this February to secure your place!


The Mousetrap – St Martinʼs Theatre

Booking until Saturday 25 November 2023

For a show that’s even closer to The Savoy’s history, why not book a ticket to The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie? A true West End classic, The Mousetrap is a masterful murder mystery with the power to transform any audience into an army of amateur sleuths.

Back in 1958, The Savoy held a party to celebrate the 2239th performance of The Mousetrap the previous evening, making The Mousetrap the longest ever West-end run, and Agatha Christie was a regular visitor to the hotel.


Events and Exhibitions-

Orchids Princess of Wales Conservatory, Kew Gardens

Saturday 4 February 2023 to Sunday 5 March 2023

Explore a vibrant celebration of colour and warmth in nature to brighten up the winter months. From lush rainforests and volcanic mountains to arid desert plains, the festival is inspired by Cameroon’s biodiversity which is reflected across the ten unique climatic zones inside the Princess of Wales Conservatory. So why not take a trip to Kew for a perfect weekend adventure?


Imagine Children’s Festival Southbank

Wednesday 8 February – Saturday 18 February

Having run for over twenty years, the Imagine Children’s Festival is an exciting annual fixture in the Southbank’s calendar.

Home to all the best children’s comedy, theatre, music, poetry and literature, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy this February half term.


Valentine’s Day at The Savoy

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with us this February, whoever you’re spending it with. Whether you opt for our Valentine’s afternoon tea, a romantic dinner for two, a relaxing spa treatment or our luxurious Suite Night In package, here at The Savoy we have everything you need to make this Valentine’s special.


EE BAFTA Film Awards 2023 Southbank

Sunday 19 February 2023

The 76th EE BAFTA Film Awards ceremony will take place at Royal Festival Hall this February, celebrating the very best of British film from 2022.

We’re proud to be the official hotel to the awards for the 13th year running.


Museum Late: Permission to play

London Transport Museum

Friday 24 February 2023

Unleash your inner child and wave off your inhibitions as the Transport Museum is transformed into a playground for adults. Embrace the fun and take part in transport bingo, create racing balloon powered buses and embark on a scavenger hunt around the museum.


Japan: Courts and Culture

The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace

Every Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday until 26 February 2023

Immerse yourself in 300 years of Japanese history as highlights from The Royal Collection are displayed for the first time to showcase the cultural exchange between British and Japanese royalty over time, including rare porcelain pieces and samurai armour.


Latest London Restaurant Openings –

Fair Shot Café, Covent Garden

Transforming the lives of young adults with learning disabilities through speciality coffee, Fair Shot Café is an incredible social enterprise café in Covent Garden with a mission to provide employment for disabled young people who may have struggled with the unemployment cycle previously.


Bar Kroketa, Soho

Craving a slice of Spain in Soho? Bar Kroketa is named after the Basque spelling of the delicious Spanish snack. Speciality dishes are written by hand on their rustic blackboards and include Spanish dishes including crab toasties and lamb neck pintxo.


Joia, Battersea

Located on the 15th floor of Battersea Power Station, critically acclaimed chef Henrique Sá Pessoa, owner of two-Michelin-starred Alma in Lisbon, has opened an Iberian restaurant called JOIA. Cuisine includes an assortment of British, Spanish, and Portuguese dishes, with a primary focus on seafood, pork and rice.