If you’ve completed your relocation to London, then a hearty congratulations. Welcome to your new home. No doubt moving to London was an undertaking. Now you’re absolutely exhausted from the international relocation or maybe you’re just in need of a break from all that moving to London required of you. If so, why not take advantage of the fact that you’re living in a city that has so much to offer that taking a break from the big move shouldn’t pose a challenge. And a night on the town is a great way to clear your head.
If you’d like to make a total break from the norm, give the London Aquarium Dance a go. It has two dance floors, regular live performances and if you’re all tired out, you can take a dip in the Jacuzzi. There’s even a swimming pool.
Perhaps you’re in the mood for something a bit more subdued, something that won’t require you to keep moving your legs (especially after your tiring relocation in London). Go on over to Rivington street where you’ll find the Comedy Club. Small and intimate, you’ll feel as if the performers are walking on your table.
Relocation to London – Taking in the Nightlife
For more laughter, go to the Comedy Store at Oxendon Street, SW1Y. It’s a place with a great reputation given how many of today’s established performers came out there. Names like Eddie Izzard, Jennifer Saunders and Ben Elton all worked at the Comedy Store, so you’d likely see acts of a very high caliber there. They say that laughter is the best medicine, so maybe a night of stand-up comedy will be just what you need.
You could also take in a show on the West End, the cultural centre and an area featuring theatre that is the equal of what New York’s Broadway has to offer. Les Miserables, The Lion King and the Phantom of the Opera are but some of the world renowned and classic performances that the West End has to offer.
Even though you’ve just moved into your flat, why not escape it for an evening of entertainment. You won’t regret it. After all, moving should be something that lets you take advantage of the city you’re moving to.