New screenings of the hottest shows in town at One Aldwych hotel

One Aldwych hotel launches Live at One, a new season of thrilling evenings featuring gastronomy and live screenings from the best of London’s theatres

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Axis restaurant

Live at One, a new season launched by One Aldwych hotel, is offering front row seats to world-renowned opera, ballet and theatre, broadcast live via satellite to the luxurious surroundings of the its state-of-the-art 30-seat digital Screening Room.

A new offering following the hotel’s Voices at One programme featuring Joanna Lumley, Live at One will offer tickets to see some of the hottest events in the arts until June, to be enjoyed alongside an indulgent Modern British dinner in the hotel’s glamorous Axis restaurant.  Of the many incredible shows on offer, highlights are The Crucible at The Old Vic, Behind the Beautiful Forevers at The National Theatre, A View from the Bridge at The Young Vic and La Bohème at the Royal Opera House.

The evenings make for a truly special night on the town, beginning with three courses in Axis, followed by a live performance accompanied with a glass of Lallier Grand Réserve Champagne in the Screening Room.

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One Aldwych’s luxury screening room

 

 

 

 

The special Live at One menus celebrate the best of seasonal British food, with typical dishes from Executive Chef Dominic Teague including starters of Cornish mackerel escabeche, fennel, radish, rainbow carrots and wood sorrel, mains of Breast of Yorkshire pheasant, savoy cabbage, juniper and thyme. Desserts include Whipped vanilla cheesecake, blood orange and shortbread.

And for anyone wanting to really treat themselves, One Aldwych offers a Live at One accommodation package for the ultimate cultural getaway, priced from £435 (including VAT) for two people sharing including dinner, a live screened performance with a programme and a bottle of Champagne, plus breakfast the following morning.

 

£49.50 per adult including VAT, excluding service charge. For dates, films and times, please visit the website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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