The Tiger Who Came to Tea Tickets
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This event has socially distancing seating, meaning seats can only be booked in spread out blocks. This is to ensure guests are spaced at a safe distance from each other during the performance.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea returns to London for summer!
This beloved children’s book is coming to life on the stage of the West End’s Theatre Royal Haymarket just in time for summer! Tickets for The Tiger Who Came to Tea are always in high demand so make sure you’ve got plenty of biscuits at the ready and book your seats now! This limited 2-month summer run is sure to sell out quickly, so round up your friends and family for tea with a tiger.
Judith Kerr’s The Tiger Who Came to Tea
One of Britain’s most beloved picture books, The Tiger Who Came to Tea has spent more than a decade thrilling families with its magical stage adaptation. Now returning to the Theatre Royal Haymarket this Olivier Award Nominated smash hit show is the perfect way to spend a day with the family over the Christmas holidays.
Sophie and her mummy are just sitting down for tea when the doorbell rings. When they answer the door they are shocked to find a big, stripy tiger who wants to join them for teatime. This adaptation of the classic children’s book will have you in awe. Packed with magic, songs that will have you singing along and, of course, a tea guzzling tiger, this tale of teatime mayhem will have the whole family grinning from ear to ear.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea Theatre Royal Haymarket
The Tiger Who Came to Tea comes from celebrated children’s author and illustrator Judith Kerr. Her books have delighted families for half a century and have sold more than 10 million copies worldwide. In addition to her fanciful tale of a very hungry tiger, Kerr is known for her series of Mog books.
David Wood, who was once called The National Children’s Dramatist by The Times, is responsible for the adaptation and direction of this musical play. He is also known for his stage adaptations of Roald Dahl’s work.
Casting information about the summer holiday run of The Tiger Who Came to Tea is forthcoming.
Hit Show The Tiger Who Came to Tea for Summer in London
The Tiger Who Came to Tea will be playing matinee performances of this beloved story. The Tiger Who Came to Tea tickets are sure to be a hit for the summer hols, so be sure to book now to get the best seats at the best prices!
Age restrictionSuitable for ages 3 and above.
Running time55min (no interval)
Performance dates13 July - 5 September 2021
Babes in arms under 18 months sitting on an adult lap do not need a ticket – all other patrons must have a valid ticket.
Janet from Wallington 20th January
Just like the book, they made it very enjoyable for my 2 year old grandson. I found the car scene a bit boring but enjoyed the rest of the show and the staff were excellent.
We really enjoyed the show- and the Tiger was very friendly - and not scary. The fact that he didn’t talk made him seem friendly. Overall a lovely show for the little ones
We are a family and compared to German prices it was rtther expensive, but it was worth the experience
Jennifer Skene19th January
The Tiger section was beautiful. Overpriced for a little one's show.
Janet Tremeer19th January
Fabulous show for young children, their parents and their grandparents.
Lovely show , my 5 year old daughter loves it !
It was a great production which was great for children under the age of 8 years old.
Liza Coombes18th January
Amazing and the actor’s were really interacting with the audience. My daughter enjoyed every bit of it!!! Thank you.
sarah keaveney15th January
John Nightingale14th January
Excellent show, my granddaughter had a great time and booking the tickets was so easy.
Sarah Gwilliams13th January
Superb, wonderful for my 4 year old niece. The interaction from the stage to the audience pitched perfectly. Brilliant introduction to theatre for the next generation
Lisa Crichton12th January
was a fantastic show.