Explore Covent Garden, London

Once home to fruit and vegetable markets, Covent Garden is today more known for its fashionable influence as well as the many street performers that adorn its pebble streets. Convent Garden is home to some of the longest-running theatre productions and there’s a few to choose from. Enjoy a matinee or evening performance of the world-renowned and award-winning musical; Disney’s The Lion King showing at the popular Lyceum Theatre every day from Tuesday – Sunday.    

If you’re looking for a little more pizazz visit the Aldwych Theatre and catch the ever-popular Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. Sing along to smash-hit songs spanning almost 50 years as you follow the former superstar grow from humble beginnings to the famous rock ‘n’ roll star that rocked the world of music. For booking information and tickets please contact our concierge.  

Street performers are a common appearance in the area, normally found near Covent Garden’s West Piazza they usually bring in large crowds. From aerobatics and stunt work, to break dancers and magicians, these performers are always a popular attraction amongst visitors to London and are a welcomed variety to the city scene.

More commonly known for its fashion influence today, Covent Garden is home to many designer stores and boutiques alike. From fashion brands such as Ted Baker & Paul Smith to designer stores like Cath Kidstone and Kate Spade New York, there is plenty to choose from. 

For a little bite to eat head over to the lovely and hidden Floral Court; an urban garden in the heart of Covent Garden. Accessed through a small opening on King Street, it offers al fresco dining amongst beautiful floral arrangements and a welcoming calm.