Step inside a utopia for lost souls and broken hearts, and be swept away on the journey of a lifetime at the 'Heartbreak Hotel'. For the second year running, Greenwich Peninsula’s The Jetty - the home of last year's incredible 'The Boy Who Climbed Out of His Face' - has been transformed into a playground for the senses and you're invited to check in for an unforgettable night of mind-boggling entertainment for as little as £10 (plus a £1.75 booking fee).
For a strictly limited run, the riverside venue has been metamorphosed into the 'Heartbreak Hotel' - a once grand establishment on the English coastline that's now as dilapidated and mysterious as the characters within its walls. Take a journey through this eerie and whacky world where heartbreak comes to rest - well, that is, until it hits again - and discover the stories and secrets that line the walls.
The action unfolds in nine interlocking shipping containers which form unique rooms and corridors that'll wow and astound you. This unique production tells the tale of love, lust and loneliness in a way you've never experienced before. Be part of the action as the story of this former diamond of seaside revelry reaches a turning point when the past and present collide leaving you in the surreal world that is, the Heartbreak Hotel.
After the show, venture to London's most unique bar for a chat with your fellow explorers about the incredible experience you've just shared thanks to the 'Heartbreak Hotel'. Cocktails and food (including exquisite, organic, free-range barbeque) will be available from the bar that sits over the Thames providing delicious treats, great views and the perfect end to an amazing evening.
Performances of 'Heartbreak Hotel' are Tuesday to Sunday at 6.30pm, 7.30pm and 8.30pm. On Friday and Saturday, there will be an additional 9.30pm performance.
All tickets are now £10.
All tickets are subject to a £1.75 booking fee. Please select your preferred month below to book your tickets for 'Heartbreak Hotel'.
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