JG Travel Group expands shows and events ahead of peaks

The JG Travel Group has expanded its range of packages featuring shows and events in 2024 ahead of the busy January peak sales period.

Coach breaks to new West End theatre show The Devil Wears Prada and returning favourite Sister Act the Musical are now on sale, plus events around the UK such as the Festival of Steam and Hampton Court Tulip Festival.

Extra dates further into 2024 have also been added to existing trips such MJ The Musical and Abba Voyage as these shows have had their runs extended.

Claire Dutton, trade sales manager at JG Travel Group, said: “I always remind agents that a coach break is a great value way of getting hold of sought-after tickets, and with travel and accommodation included, it’s so easy and simple to book.”

The Devil Wears Prada will open at London’s Dominion Theatre on October 24, 2024, with an original score by Sir Elton John. A two-day coach break departing on November 9, 2024, costs from £199.

Sister Act the Musical returns to the West End for a limited season, with Beverley Knight reprising her role as nun-on-the-run Deloris van Cartier, from March 15-June 8.

Also joining the cast as Mother Superior is Ruth Jones, best known for her role in BBC sitcom Gavin and Stacey. A two-day coach break departing on May 11, 2024, costs from £179.

Many other breaks also include tickets to special events in 2024.

A new three-day ‘Legends of Steam’ break offers the chance to ride behind three famous steam locomotives: the Sir Nigel Gresley, the Britannia and the Leander during an event on the East Lancashire Railway. It departs on March 15, 2024, and costs from £239.

Also new is a two-day break combining the annual Hampton Court Tulip Festival with London.

It includes admission to the palace, gardens and courtyard to follow the trail of 100,000 tulips. It departs April 27, 2024, and costs from £189.

The breaks can be booked through Just Go! Holidays and National Holidays.

Share article

View Comments

Jacobs Media is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.