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Where is Peter Rabbit™? London Theatre Royal Haymarket tickets on sale now!
Where is Peter Rabbit™? hops onto London's West End stage again this summer after a sell-out run over the Easter holidays. The highly-anticipated new run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket is expected to be the West End highlight of the summer school holidays this year. Featuring the talented voices of famed TV presenter and musician Myleene Klass as The Narrator and Griff Rhys Jones (LMTO's A Christmas Carol) as the much-loved Beatrix Potter characters, Where is Peter Rabbit™? is guaranteed to blow you away!
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What is Peter Rabbit about?
Where is Peter Rabbit™? is a musical based on the beloved characters by 20th-century author Beatrix Potter, whose most famous children's book, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, was first published in 1902 and has managed to capture the imaginations of British children from generation to generation. Witness Potter's loving animals spring to life as gorgeously handcrafted puppets lifted straight from the pages of her self-illustrated books. In addition to the bouncy protagonist, theatre fans can look forward to Peter Rabbit's many friends, including Jemima Puddle Duck and the 'prickly' washerwoman Mrs. Tiggly-Winkle, as well as Peter Rabbit's enemy, the vicious Mr. McGregor, who pulls no punches in protecting his succulent lettuce garden from those 'pesky' hungry bunnies.
What are Peter Rabbit's friends' names?
In addition to the friendly-yet-silly Jemima Puddle Duck and Mrs. Tiggly-Winkle, the hedgehog who will often do all the ironing and laundry for the other animals, other friends of Peter Rabbit include Benjamin Bunny, a frog named Mr. Jeremy Fisher, Tom Kitten, Hunca Munca the mouse, Squirrel Nutkin, Samuel Whiskers, Mr. Tod the fox, Miss Moppet, Timmy Tiptoes the squirrel, Mrs. Tittlemouse, Pigling Bland and Johnny Town-Mouse.
As an illustrator, conservationist and natural science, Beatrix Potter spent a lot of time sketching and painting flora, fauna, landscapes, and animals. Although she was born in an upper-class household, her access to education as a woman was limited and she was instead educated by governesses. Potter had numerous pets throughout her life and was a lover of both animals and nature, from which her numerous popular children's books were born. Her stories have been passed down by each generation for over a century and are now compiled into a spectacular West End musical!
Peter Rabbit poised to be among the best West End summer shows!
Get into the spirit of summer this year with tickets to the West End production of Where is Peter Rabbit™? at London's Theatre Royal Haymarket! Book your Peter Rabbit tickets today and guarantee the best seats and prices with our safe and secure booking!
Age restrictionAge Limit 3+
Running timeapprox. 1hr (no interval)
Performance dates20 July - 1 September 2019
ContentPlease note that the production is not suitable for children under 3 (in terms of content and to minimise disruption to audience and actors). However, if you decide to bring a younger child, you must purchase a ticket for them.
Too scary for 5 year old Story dis jointed and hard to follow Overall disappointing
Andrew Howitt25th August
The most wholesome play to ever exist
C A Johnson23rd August
A delightful trip to the theatre with 6 year old granddaughter.
very good production and very enjoyable. my grandparents and me thought it was too short.
Carolyn Martin20th August
Enjoyed the play very much and our 3 1/2 year old grandchild was captivated.
The good - beautiful theatre, easy to find and very friendly staff. Also scenery and decor are well done for a short term production. The Bad - the show is not entertaining. We had a 3 year old, a 7 year old and a 10 year old with us. The show did not catch their attention. The show is broken up into small stories which are difficult to follow and not detailed enough to understand for children. It felt as if there was an expectation for the audience to use their imagination to properly picture and follow the storyline. There was little transition between each short stories, and the narrator was playing a couple of roles with only a subtle change in outfit to differentiate from one character to another. A shame really as all our children liked the books and movies of Peter Rabbit, however here where happy the show only lasted one hour.
Mrs F Wright13th August
Great show, kids loved it.
Juliana Bersani13th August
Our 4 year enjoyed the show, but being very young she found it tedious after a while - especially as Peter Rabbitt takes a while to make a proper appearance. She probably would have enjoyed more if she was a bit older, as she wouldn't understand some elements of the storytelling. Husband and I really enjoyed it lol! We would go back for sure.
Susan Ledwidge11th August
Production side was good but some points I thought for improvement. The badger should have been a lot bigger as per the story book and films. The narrator (not sure her role in the play) but she also took on the role as Peter rabbits mother, confusing for the children. Mainly. Far, far too little of Peter Rabbit himself, the children and I thought we were going to a play about Peter Rabbit, he was seen very little.
Lady Renouf3rd August
Excellent! Only one criticism: The sound and diction in places could be clearer.
Emma Young27th July
A great little musical that all three of my children enjoyed (aged 4, 7 and 9). The story was disjointed but that didn’t seem to bother them. The venue is lovely and it was great to find an affordable theatre production.
Anne Norris23rd July
My grandchildren thought it was great. The adults enjoyed the expertise of the pupiteers!