Chaps Not a theatre buff at all - in fact no interest whatsoever. But the enemy has been wanting to go and this weekend as a special treat a show followed by a meal is planned. So far, the show shortlisted is "˜The Phantom of the Opera' at Her Maj.Theatre I intend to drive down and park nearby to Jermyn Street which has a tucked away spot I often find free when I visit on Sunday. Will check what times restrictions apply on Saturday on that part. This will allow us to drive into town and nit mess around with taxis and worse still public transport. Have a restaurant in Pall Mall that we might pop into after the show - there are a few to pick from (but any suggestions will be welcome). The question is what is appropriate dress for such a show. Bearing in mind this is not a royal event or a formal one in any sense. But, my initial thought of a sports blazer or a tweed jacket set off with a pair of jeans may be a tad too casual? I dont mind wearing a suit - with my Â¾ length overcoat - which is my daily work coat - but as I dress formally in my work days the cross over to "˜non-work days formal' is very slight and insignificant. For work days I have a number f specific grey/blue suits for non work days I have a few other grey/blue suits in different shades. The ties I wear for work days I don't wear on no-work days and the same with the shoes. Only the overcoat and if needed the Grosvenor (tribly/fedora) might get crossed over. So bearing in mind all the above - any and all advise would be gratefully received. Thanks in advance. Flashy.