Of his 38 writings, only 11 works of the wordsmith, William Shakespeare, happen in London: three he dedicated to the monarchs John, Edward III and Henry VII. The 8 hours make up a chronicle (very dramatized, of course) about the War of the Roses.
No matter when you visit London’s West End, there are always spectacular shows waiting to take your breath away. Whether it’s a long-running musical such as Les Misérables or Wicked, a more recent big hit such as Harry Potter and the Cursed Child or a future classic such as Hamilton, you certainly won’t leave disappointed. [Read more…]