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Travel to and Eating Near National Theater London

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A quick "two-fer" question from California.

Have tickets for the Olivier Theater- at the National Theater .

Can someone recommend their preferred way to travel from Gloucester Tube to the theater? Take the tube to the river, then walk over the bridge?? If this is the best way (if it's not raining) is it pretty safe (as in we won't be the only 2 on the street) at night, after the performance? Prefer not to take a taxi.

I have looked up information on the theater and there seem to be lots of reasonable dinner options within the complex. Does anyone have a favorite-- within a fairly average budget? Weighing food/view/price-- any standouts?
Or would we be better off eating somewhere nearby?

Thanks much for your help.
kawh, sebastopol

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