2 April events in London

Need some inspiration for 2nd April? Admiral Nelson defeated the Dutch at the Battle of Copenhagen on this day in 1801. He famously ignored an order to stop fighting by putting his telescope to his blind eye and claiming that he couldn’t see the signal. His victory is commemorated at the base of Nelson’s Column.

Theatre shows on 2nd April

Here’s a guide to all the theatre shows playing in London on Thursday 2nd April

Matilda at Cambridge Theatre

Roald Dahls Matilda - The Musical

2 Apr to Roald Dahls Matilda tells the story of a child who rebels against the grown-ups when she discovers her amazing powers
Thriller Live at Lyric Theatre

Thriller - with the songs of Michael Jackson

2 to Thriller celebrates Michaels career in a spectacular show filled with songs and dazzling dance moves

Family & Kid’s events on 2nd April

Here are some good events for kids if you’re taking them to London on the 2nd April

Matilda at Cambridge Theatre

Roald Dahls Matilda - The Musical

2 Apr to Roald Dahls Matilda tells the story of a child who rebels against the grown-ups when she discovers her amazing powers

Royal & Religious events on 2nd April

See inside some beautiful buildings with one of these Royal or religious events

Queen’s Gallery

George IV - Art & Spectacle

2 Apr to An exhibition of paintings and porcelain from the Royal Collection that were collected together during the reign of George IV
 
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