Kids Week announce Participating Shows

Kids Week announce Participating Shows

As well as the tickets and offers which I publish here consistently, The Society of London Theatre’s ‘Kid’s Week’ is a month long (I know, I know) event, on sale in early June, which means a child goes free with every full paying adult. Here are the shows involved:

For Under 5:

The Hunting Of The Snark – Vaudeville Theatre

We’re Going On A Bear Hunt – Cadogan Hall

What The Ladybird Heard – Lyric Theatre

For 5+:

Adventures in Wonderland – The Vaults Theatre

The Adventures of Pinocchio – Ambassadors Theatre

*Annie – Picadilly Theatre

Around The World In 80 Days – Cadogan Hall

The Borrowers – Polka Theatre

Gangsta Granny – Garrick Theatre

*Half A Sixpence – Noel Coward Theatre

Horrible Histories – More Best Of Barmy Britain – Garrick Theatre

*Matilda The Musical – Cambridge Theatre

Oliver Twist Created for Everyone Aged Six or Over – Regents Park Open Air Theatre

*School of Rock The Musical – New London Theatre

*Stomp – Ambassadors Theatre

*The Wind In The Willows – London Palladium

For 8+

13 – Ambassadors Theatre

*42nd Street – Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

*Aladdin – Prince Edward Theatre

*An American In Paris – Dominion Theatre

*The Lion King – Lyceum Theatre

*Dreamgirls – Savoy Theatre

*Five Guys Named Moe – Marble Arch Theatre

*Jungle Book – Underbelly Festival, Southbank

King Kong – The Vaults Theatre

*Mamma Mia – Novello Theatre

*Les Miserables – Queens Theatre

*Motown The Musical – Shaftesbury Theatre

*The Mousetrap – St Martin’s Theatre

*The Phantom Of The Opera – Her Majesty’s Theatre

*The Play That Goes Wrong – Duchess Theatre

*Thriller Live – Lyric Theatre

*Wicked – Apollo Victoria Theatre

For Older Children:

*The Comedy About A Bank Robery – Criterion Theatre

*Kinky Boots – Adelphi Theatre

*The Kite Runner – Playhouse Theatre

*The Woman In Black – Fortune Theatre

Anything with a * is a ‘normal’ musical – that is, it’s not designed for the school holidays or for young children particularly, so while there are matinees and usually 2 or 3, most performances are in the evening. For more information on tickets, click here.


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