Reasons to Attend The Tiger Who Came to Tea in London

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Reasons to Attend The Tiger Who Came to Tea in London

If you’re looking for fun things to do in London, why not catch a show in the capital? The Tiger Who Came to Tea is a top choice for families. So if you’re in the city with kids, book your tickets and enjoy a day out to remember. Here are five reasons why attending this child-friendly production in London is a great idea.

  1. Your Kids will Love It

As a show specifically designed for children aged three and above, your kids are sure to love this all-singing, all-dancing production which is packed with magic, bright costumes and plenty of clumsy chaos. Based on Judith Kerr’s much-loved picture book of the same name, The Tiger Who Came to Tea encourages audience interaction and will leave your kids super happy.

  1. You’ll Make Memories

Chances are, you might not have taken your little ones to the theatre before. It can be a daunting prospect and the show needs to be just right. The Tiger Who Came to Tea offers families the chance to make special memories together. The atmosphere is super relaxed and there will be plenty of children there, so you won’t have to worry about standing out.

‘First’ experiences with your kids are extra special. So why not book your theatre tickets today and get ready for a magical day out that you can treasure for years to come? London is, after all, the home of theatre – and perhaps you’ll even get the chance to ride the London Tube or a famous Big Red Bus as part of your travel adventure.

  1. Professional Production

As you’d expect from London theatre, this is a high-quality, professional production designed to take you to a whole new world. The cast brings an abundance of experience to the big stage, the costumes are spectacular, and the show is directed by David Wood OBE, who is undisputedly the country’s leading writer and director of plays and musicals for children.

  1. It’s Not too Long

Every parent knows, kids can’t sit still for long - particularly young ones. The good news is this show is just 55 minutes long, meaning there’s no time for your children to get fidgety. The Tiger Who Came to Tea also encourages children to sing-along and to join in certain actions, so your kids are guaranteed to have a roar-some time.

  1. It’ll Fit Into Your Day

When it comes to kids’ activities in London, you’ve probably got a whole list of places to go in London that you want to tick off your itinerary. The Tiger Who Came to Tea can easily fit around your schedule and will be the cherry on the cake as you explore the city. It’s also something specifically for the little ones, so if you’ve done a lot of walking, they’ll have time to sit back and relax for a while.

Book your tickets to The Tiger Who Came to Tea in London today and make memories to last a lifetime.


'This Tiger is the cat's meow'

The Times


'Perfectly pitched adaptation'

Daily Telegraph


'A delight from start to finish'

Time Out