By Anne Harnagel
10:30 AM EST, November 15, 2013
Explore London’s springtime cultural scene with arts writer Barbara Isenberg, who is hosting her 29th annual theater and art tour.
Her eight-day tour includes behind-the-scenes visits to theaters and museums as well as meetings with actors, critics and others. Tour participants will enjoy six top theatrical productions, including the Olivier-winning “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” guided visits to museums and a day in the country.
Highlights include Tate Modern’s major exhibition, “Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs,” the home and gardens of Uppark Country House, the Chichester Festival Theatre, a launch pad for many London and Broadway hits, full English tea and an insider’s look at Britain, including a special tour of Parliament.
Dates: May 4-May 11
Price: $6,080 per person, double occupancy, including a four-star hotel in St. James, full English breakfast daily, many meals, group transfers and all excursions. Airfare is not included.
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