Early next year theatre-lovers staying in central London hotels can enjoy Master Class at the Vaudeville Theatre, taking place over January 21st to April 28th 2012.
Having cut its teeth on New York's Broadway, Master Class will be transferring to the capital for a limited time only, attracting potential fans to hotel rooms in London.
The Tony Award-winning smash hit offers insight into the life of Maria Callas, an iconic opera singer whose tumultuous personal life grabbed headlines.
Star of the production, Tyne Daily has received praise from critics for her portrayal of the leading lady, with the New York Times branding her as "remarkable".
WOR Radio added: "Tyne Daily is magnificent! She took my breath away. I promise you are going to thank me when you get tickets."
Daily is a six-time Emmy Award winner for her previous work on Cagney & Lacey and Rose in Gypsy, as well as a Tony nominee for Rabbit Hole.
Hopeful attendees have been urged to book tickets fast, with prices ranging between £12.50 and £53.
The current Vaudeville Theatre is the third to be built on the Strand site, with the current iteration having reopened in 1891 with a production of Woodbarrow Farm.
Those looking for cocktail bars in London may be glad to hear that the theatre is located near The Covent Garden Cocktail Club, one of the city's finest drinking establishments.
"The Covent Garden Cocktail Club is an amalgamation of everything that is classic British hospitality!" explained the venue.
"We have drawn inspiration from drink, food, music, design and history to create a truly unique feel for our independent bar venture."
Claiming to have some of the best bartenders in the world, the venue promises that its bar is fully stocked to create any off-menu cocktail.
"We are always excited to dig deep in to history to recreate forgotten potions and elixirs!" the bar added.