The Tiger Who Came to Tea Tour tour

Currently touring until 1 September 2024

Bringing the nation's favourite tea-guzzling tiger to life on stage, this musical slice of teatime mayhem entertains with sing-a-long songs, oodles of magic and interactive fun. It's the ideal introduction to live theatre for children aged three and above and the perfect summer treat for the whole family.

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The Tiger Who Came to Tea is hitting the road again for a new UK theatre tour in 2024 with tickets n ow on sale.

The Olivier Award nominated stage production of The Tiger Who Came to Tea returns for another major UK tour this year as well as a new season in London West End.

Directed and adapted by David Wood OBE, this musical is based on the beloved story by the late Judith Kerr OBE. It offers a delightful blend of sing-along melodies, abundant magic, and interactive excitement, perfectly tailored for children aged three and above. This live theatre experience serves as an excellent first introduction to live theatre for young audiences and is a wonderful entertainment choice for families seeking a fun and engaging outing.

The Tiger Who Came to Tea UK tour dates and tickets

About the The Tiger Who Came to Tea theatre show

The Tiger Who Came to Tea has a running time of just under an hour and is suitable for those aged 3 and above.

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 furry, stripy tiger!

Meet the team

The Tiger Who Came to Tea is directed by David Wood OBE, with designs by Susie Caulcutt, assistant director/choreographer Emma Clayton, music arranger & supervisor Peter Pontzen, magical illusions designed by former President of the Magic Circle Scott Penrose, lighting design by Tony Simpson and sound design by Shock Productions. Produced by Nicoll Entertainment Ltd.

David Wood said: “The live theatre experience is brilliant at sparking children’s imaginations. I believe all children should be entitled to see exciting theatre; it can make them laugh, gasp, think, and feel – and, of course, entertain them.

“Given the chance to enjoy the story, the music, the magic, the costumes and sets, the sound, the lighting, and the audience participation, in a live performance – for real, before their very eyes – I believe children’s lives are enriched, their horizons widened, and their awareness and sensitivity heightened. Theatre, like all the arts, has the power to transform, inspire and delight.”

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