2023 West End Summer Season
Theatre Royal Haymarket
We're thrilled to announce The Tiger Who Came to Tea will be returning to the West End, playing at Theatre Royal Haymarket from 10 July until 3 September.
Prices from £10
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri & Sun: 11am & 1.30pm
55 minutes - no interval
Age Guidance 3+
Babes in arms are allowed for this production, babes under 18 months sitting on adults laps do not need a ticket. All other patrons do need a ticket for entry.
Prams & Buggies
These can be left from 40 minutes before the show in the theatre cloakroom - they must be able to collapse and should be before having to our team. Space is limited.
E-Tickets only. When you arrive at the theatre either show us the tickets on your phone or you can print out the voucher.
To Book online CLICK HERE
The Telephone Room is open Mon to Sat 10am to 7.30pm: 0207930 8800
Nominated for best family entertainment
Olivier Awards 2012
Gallery and Videos
The doorbell rings just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. Who could it possibly be? What they certainly don’t expect to see at the door is a big, stripy tiger!
Tiger has been hard at work at Theatre Royal Haymarket, making sure every poster is in position, every bar is stocked, and every seat is ready for the return of The Tiger Who Came to Tea this summer!
The stage is set, the Tiger's prepared...all we need now is you!
Read our Reviews
'The children loved it!'
Honest Mum Blog
'This tiger is the cat's meow'
'PERFECTLY PITCHED ADAPTATION'
'A DELIGHT FROM START TO FINISH'
'A TOT’S GLASTONBURY'
'TRULY, ALL THE FUN OF THE FUR'
'THE CHILDREN SAT SPELLBOUND. GO SEE IT!'
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