Mon 30 Mar 2015
Disney’s hit musical The Lion King will present its third autism-friendly performance this August, opening its doors once again to individuals affected by the condition.
Thu 26 Mar 2015
East London is famous for its quirkiness, so it’s entirely fitting that theatre’s most loved bonkers theatre company Told By An Idiot will return to the Barbican this Christmas with Get Happy.
Tue 31 Mar 2015
In the second of his exclusive rehearsal diary entries, Bugsy Malone’s choreographer Drew McOnie reveals details of an emotional week for the company as the young cast start to really find their feet and some serious talent is uncovered in the process…
Nomi wants a story of her own. She lives in London but dreams about Baghdad, where her parents are from. Why can’t London be like her family’s fantastical stories of flying carpets and shooting stars? Get tickets for just £10 to Polka Theatre's action-packed play about exploring your culture.
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Kids Week, our annual kids go free ticket promotion, will return this summer and once again run for the whole month of August! Tickets will go on sale on 16 June with full details available on the Kids Week website. We can't wait!
This year's Olivier Awards with MasterCard take place on 12 April at the Royal Opera House, and you are invited to celebrate at the Covent Garden Piazza! Join musical theatre star Michael Xavier and ITV presenter Alison Hammond for exclusive performances on the ITV Stage and a live stream of the ceremony.
Thu 02 Apr 2015
Following the success of their children-friendly adaptations of Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Coppélia, English National Ballet and English National Ballet School return to the Peacock Theatre with My First Ballet: Swan Lake.
Fri 10 Apr 2015
An improvised musical adventure for kids from the award-winning and internationally acclaimed group The Showstoppers.
Sat 11 Apr 2015
This magical play for children aged between six and 11-years-old is about exploring your culture and knowing where you come from so you know where you’re going.