Featuring the bumbling and destitute lead character Dewey Finn, a disguised supply teacher who only has dreams of rock stardom on his mind, Andrew Lloyd Webber's School of Rock comes to the West End after 'schooling' on Broadway. When Finn's solo efforts to break into rock fame and fortune fails, he turns to his new class to make his dream happen, who, naturally, relish the opportunity. Combining songs from the movie with new material from Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyricist Glenn Slater, and a book by Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes, School of Rock promises to light up the stage of the New London Theatre this autumn.

Make the most of your night at the theater by upgrading your ticket to include a delicious 2-course pre-show dinner at Boulevard Brasserie, a classic French brasserie in the heart of Covent Garden's Opera Quarter. Serving great food since 1991, this grande dame of brasseries is the perfect place to soak up Covent Garden's unique and vibrant atmosphere. Head Chef Eugen Mati and her team look forward to preparing for you classic French brasserie fare as well as dishes that recognize the influences of different countries across the Mediterranean.

Sample Menu:'


  • Soup of the day
  • Potted smoked salmon rillettess with horseradish, cream cheese and Melba toast
  • Duck liver parfait ('2 supplement) with port jelly, grilled fig and toast
  • Baby spinach, barrel aged feta, cherry tomato, red onion and Kalamata olives

Main course:

  • Toulouse sausages with mash potato and wholegrain mustard sauce
  • Minute steak ('2 supplement) served pink with fries and Bearnaise
  • Farfalle Provencal' with tomatoes, peppers and courgettes
  • Roast Salmon fillet with crushed rosemary and garlic new potatoes and Hollandaise sauce


  • Valrhona chocolate tart with mint Chantilly
  • Creme Brulee'
  • Selection of ice creams
  • Roquefort cheese with spiced pear ('2 supplement)

Please note: The menu varies from week to week. The dinner package includes 2 course menu with a choice of starters, main courses and desserts. Any additional items ordered must be paid for at the restaurant.

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