The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) has announced its autumn and winter events, with group rates available.
World premieres and revivals await audiences of the 2020-21 season, under new direction from Carlos Acosta.
Debbie Wiseman OBE will lead the orchestra at the Windsor show’s Edwardian Pageant, a unique production that sports 900 performers and horses.
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) will celebrate its centenary year with a host of group-friendly concerts to look forward to across the season.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) will host a special taster event to encourage group travel organisers to bring their members to a concert for the first time.
The Glenn Miller Orchestra has announced it will play four concerts across the UK in October and November, including a special tribute to the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has a huge amount of concerts in the pipeline, with groups benefitting from big reductions.
Tickets for County Durham’s upcoming live action show, Kynren - an epic tale of England, have now gone on sale, along with the announcement of new additions to the spectacular this year.
Fans of 007 are in luck as this autumn the London Concert Orchestra will tour venues across the UK with performances celebrating the music of Bond.
With the Oberammergau Passion Play taking place next year, in 2020, now is a great time to plan your once in a lifetime adventure.
Laura Sexton reports back from an exciting Reader Club Trip to Shakespeare’s Globe and The View from the Shard.
Hot Ice, a visual ice show spectacular, is back for the 2019 season with a new production at Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) has announced that priority booking for this year’s John Rutter’s Christmas Celebration at the Royal Albert Hall is now open to groups.
The annual event, Kew the Music, has announced all of its guest performers for the upcoming event, set to take place in July.
Preparations are already underway for the 2019 Thursford Christmas Spectacular, with tickets now on sale for the event.
The first performers for the 2019 Forest Live events, starting on 13th June, have been announced.
Group Leisure & Travel magazine now offers regular dedicated email newsletters for people interested in organising group trips to the theatre, and for those looking for cruise holiday ideas and offers.
Shearings Holidays has launched its 2019 Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour packages which include tickets to the live shows, as well as transport and accommodation.
Crystal River Cruises has unveiled its voyages for 2020 including the chance to see the Oberammergau Passion Play in Germany.
Dragon Slayer features thrilling combat, great acting and an evening of fun, says Laura Sexton, after attending the premiere.
Discounts for groups have been announced by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for its 2019 programme.
Plans have been announced to restore Blackpool’s historic Pavilion Theatre and turn it into a creative hub that will stage works accessible to northern audiences.
Classical music lovers can listen to soothing strings as they cruise some of Europe’s most beautiful waterways.
Thursford will explode in a riot of sound and colour when the annual Christmas Spectacular gets under way.
Rachel Bailey reports back from watching Warwick Castle’s Wars of the Roses Live.
GLT’s editor Keeley Rodgers travelled to Bishop Auckland for a preview of Kynren which is set to wow visitors for a third season.
Simply Sinatra, a concert of music and songs made famous by one of the world’s most loved singer, Frank Sinatra, will tour the UK this autumn.
GLT spoke to Christian Stuckl, director of the Passion Play which will be taking place in 2020, along with Frederik Mayet.
The historic Passion Play that takes place in Oberammergau, Germany every ten years will be releasing tickets later this year and expects to be more popular than ever among groups.
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew has announced the final headline artist to join the much-loved Kew the Music.
The Vaults, London’s home for immersive theatre and alternative arts, has created a new experience celebrating Disney Fantasia, opening this summer.
The Oxford Shakespeare Festival will return to Oxford Castle & Prison this summer for the fourth consecutive year.
The theme park in Northamptonshire will welcome three daytime shows to its 2018 programme with themed of wartime and the sixties.
The annual show will return for its 60th year at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern this year.
Mill Rythe Holiday Village on Hayling Island is launching a series of Christmas lunches dedicated to group organisers, after trialling them during last year’s festive season.
Singer Tom Jones and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra are two of the headlining acts announced for this year's Hampton Court Palace Festival.
The County Durham-based outdoor live action show will run 17 performances between 30th June and 15th September.
The Wight Proms, a new annual festival of open-air picnic concerts celebrating the Isle of Wight's music, food, people and red squirrels, will launch this August.
The Warwick Folk Festival, now in its 39th year, will return with a line-up of folk stars from around the world from 26th to 29th July at Warwick School and the surrounding town.
GLT went to the first showing of the Matinee Shows to see why the experience is proving so popular with groups.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of Liverpool being crowned European City of Culture, and the city is marking the milestone with a programme of exciting events and projects.
Roll-up, roll-up, there are plenty of places where your group can make the most of this year's major circus anniversary.
The Silver Jubilee Anniversary of the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival will celebrate the works of the famous Victorian-era musicians.
Next year will mark a decade since Liverpool's reign as European Capital of Culture and is set to be an exciting year for the city with plenty on offer to group visitors.
Singing quartet Il Divo will tour some of the UK's stately homes and castles in the summer of 2018.
The Bristol Old Vic has revealed that its upcoming year of entertainment will have a theme of the ‘Year of Change’.
Director of Culture Liverpool Claire McColgan tells GLT about the transformation of the city.
The Norfolk & Norwich Festival has announced the first shows of its 2018 schedule – three of which will run for the first time.
In November 2018, the famous indoor international tattoo that celebrates all things pomp and pageantry will return to Arena Birmingham.
Trioperas, a show described as ‘three operas in one evening’ will open in May 2018 for the first time, at the Peacock Theatre in London.
On 8th November, the doors will open again for the variety show, Thursford Christmas Spectacular.
With Tango Moderno hitting the road this month, former Strictly stars Flavia and Vincent tell all why they love tango so much.
The Nottingham Playhouse’s programme for 2018, which will be the first season under the new artistic director, Adam Penford, has been revealed.
The Gipsy Kings, The Human League and Jools Holland are the first confirmed headliners for Kew the Music 2018.
Tickets for the 2018 Strictly Come Dancing Live UK Tour have gone on sale.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard welcomes back the Victorian Festival of Christmas this year.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) has revealed details and highlights of its 2018 season, including its benefits for groups.
Elvis will be back in the building, at The O2 in London.
The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) has unveiled its 2017/18 groups booking brochure which contains details of special rates and benefits for groups.
Strictly dancers and professional dancing partners Anton du Beke and Erin Boag will tour across the UK in 2018.
Strictly Come Dancing professional dancers Ian Waite and Oti Mabuse are going on a 60-date tour of the UK with their new stage show.
Groups Direct has announced the launch of The Matinee Shows, offering tribute act entertainment at a number of London venues.
This year’s Blackpool Illuminations will include several new features, including the first ever parade of Blackpool’s illuminated trams.
Blackpool will host an illuminated tram parade this autumn, as part of The Festival@LightPool event.
The 14th Small Wonder Festival, that celebrates short form writing and fiction, has announced its 2017 programme.
Ben Portsmouth, described as ‘the world’s number one’ Elvis tribute act, is going on an international tour starting this month.
VisitEngland has created an interactive map to highlight the world-famous authors and literary destinations.
The Palace Theatre in Manchester will stage the English premiere of Irish musical TitanicDance on 24th September.
Dance company, Yorke Dance Project, will be joining up with five ballet companies this autumn for Kenneth MacMillan: a National Celebration at The Royal Opera House.