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THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA GOES ON WORLD TOUR

The much loved classic The Tiger Who Came To Tea by Judith Kerr, which has been adapted with much success by Britain's top children's playwright, David Wood is returning to the West End at the Lyric Theatre from 4th July to 2nd September.

However, the hit production first goes on a spring tour to far flung places such as Hong Kong, Singapore and Dubai, not to mention Birmingham, Salford and Cardiff!!

The Tiger Who Came To Tea was first published in 1968 and has been popular with every generation of children.  The book has been adpated with original songs and includes audience participation!

David Wood's most recent production, The Go-Between has been nominated for Best Regional Production at the Whatsonstage.com awards for 2012.

[posted by Louise, 24/01/2012]
 



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