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  1. Victoria
    December 12, 2011

    Thank you so incredibly much for posting this. I’m studying abroad in Manchester in the Fall of 2012, and know for a fact I’d like to check out London as well as a slew of other places in and around the UK. Cheap excursions such as these are extremely helpful for the young student/backpacker. Again, thank you.

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    • Tom
      December 12, 2011

      Hi Victoria! Thanks a lot for taking the time to leave a comment – I really appreciate that. Hopefully this little list will come in handy 🙂 Have fun studying in Manchester – I’m sure you will have a blast!

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  2. Claire
    December 12, 2011

    I’m off to London in two days, I’ll be sure to check those out! Thanks so much for sharing! I can’t wait to be there 🙂

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    • Tom
      December 12, 2011

      My pleasure 🙂 Have fun in London – I’m sure you won’t get bored!!

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  3. Simon Harding
    December 16, 2011

    So glad you included London theatre – and it needn’t be too expensive: go midweek, check out the half price ticket booth in Leicester Square, look for theatre meal deals, even theatre breaks (hotel and theatre packages) can be booked at hostels and 2 star hotels for short visits BUT don’t buy tickets off the street and always ask the face value of the ticket.

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    • Tom
      December 17, 2011

      Hi Simon. Thanks for adding value to this post and giving everyone some more information on the theatre in London. Good to hear it doesn’t have to be super expensive – and the half price ticket booth is a good tip!

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