NEWS: West End Shows Confirmed to be Taking Part in Kids Week

Details of the shows taking part in Kids Week, running from the 1st to the 31st August have been released. 


Returning to the capital in August, the shows taking part in the annual London theatre initiative have been confirmed, with more than 40 hit London shows offering free tickets for children throughout the month.

Shows taking part in the scheme this year include:

  • 42nd Street
  • Disney’s Aladdin
  • Aliens Love Underpants
  • Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical
  • Brief Encounter
  • Broken Wings
  • Chicago
  • The Comedy About A Bank Robbery
  • David Walliams’ Gangsta Granny
  • Dinosaur World Live
  • Dreamgirls
  • Everybody’s Talking About Jamie
  • Horrible Histories Barmy Britain Part 4
  • The Importance Of Being Ernest
  • Jack And The Beanstalk
  • Jaqueline Wilson’s Double Act
  • The King And I
  • Kinky Boots
  • Knights Of The Rose
  • Disney’s The Lion King
  • Little Mermaid, The Circus Sensation
  • Little Shop Of Horrors
  • Mamma Mia!
  • Matilda The Musical
  • Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein
  • Les Misérables
  • A Monster Calls
  • Motown The Musical
  • The Mousetrap
  • PAW Patrol Live
  • The Phantom Of The Opera
  • The Play That Goes Wrong
  • Pressure
  • School Of Rock – The Musical
  • Six
  • Strictly Ballroom The Musical
  • Swan Lake
  • Thriller Live
  • The Tiger Who Came To Tea
  • We’re Going On A Bear Hunt
  • Wicked
  • Witness For The Prosecution
  • The Woman in Black

The scheme aims to encourage young people and their families to visit the theatre more, offering a free ticket to every child aged 16 or under accompanied by a paying adult, and half price tickets for two additional children in the same group. There are no booking, postage or transaction fees.

As well as the performances, the scheme offers children  a chance to get involved in a wide range of free events, workshops and activities, with participating shows offering everything from storytelling and backstage tours to cast meet-and-greets and choreography.

Talking about the announcement Emma De Souza, Founder of Kids Week, said: “I’m very proud that Kids Week has reached so many families during its 21 years, as it is so important to get children into the habit of theatre-going and give them a fun and positive experience. I am thrilled to be partnering with LimbPower this year, a charity close to my heart as my son is a recent amputee. Their work is hugely important for building confidence and opening doors to new experiences for the children and families they support.”

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