Flights to Gatwick Airport could be popular between the end of September and the start of October as London prepares for a special birthday.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's the Phantom of the Opera will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year.
In order to mark the occasion, there will be special performances at the Royal Albert Hall on October 1st and 2nd.
Ramin Karimloo – who has played the phantom in the past – will star alongside Sierra Boggess, who he also partnered with for Love Never Dies.
Cameron Mackintosh will produce the spectacular and he commented: "The success of the show has become the stuff of theatrical legend so Andrew and I felt we needed to create a really special performance to celebrate the 25th anniversary."
The Royal Albert Hall is on Kensington Gore and those who have flown into Gatwick Airport to stay in central London hotels should take the Underground to High Street Kensington or South Kensington, which are within a ten-minute walk from the theatre.