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London is England's major entertainment hub. People from all over the world come here to experience some of their life's best moments. The city has plenty to offer; from world-renowned historic buildings, artefacts, and royal collections to arts and entertainment, there is more than something for everybody. London is also famous for its unmatched theatre scene. Many people who visit the city never leaves without watching a theatre performance or two. Perhaps this is why matinee shows exist even today. Matinee shows are the performances held in the afternoon. It is a system that ensures that those who cannot watch evening or night shows can do it during the day. Monday afternoons are usually quiet in London's West End, and you can easily catch a Monday matinee to enrich your mood.
Most Monday matinees are family oriented. Since many London visitors come here with family, afternoon shows make the perfect scope for family entertainment. A Monday matinee is the same show you would watch in the evening. The only difference is the timing. Some of the popular theatre shows have two performances, one for the afternoon and the other for the evening. While the evening's performances are usually full, the afternoon shows get equal attention. It attracts those who have work later in the evening and want to watch the show during the day.
Another benefit of watching Monday matinees is that you have the rest of the day for your other plans. London after dark looks magnificent, and it opens its numerous attractions. Watch a matinee and spend the rest of the evening visiting some of the city's major entertainment hubs with your loved ones. When done, wrap it up with a delightful dinner at one of the city's popular restaurants.