EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT KIDS WEEK 2019
The line up for Kids Week 2019 - the annual London theatre initiative run by official London Theatre - is here!
Kids Week starts on August 1 2019 (just in time for the summer holidays), with more than 35 hit shows in the West End and beyond offering free tickets for children throughout the month.
Tickets for performances throughout August will be released through the Official London Theatre website at 10 am on Tuesday 11 June.
The scheme, founded to encourage more young people and families to experience the magic of live theatre, offers a free ticket to every child aged 16 or under accompanied by a full paying adult.
Half price tickets can also be purchased for two additional children in the same group. There are no booking, postage or transaction fees.
Alongside the performances, children are given the chance to get involved in free workshops and activities, with participating shows offering everything from choreography and magic workshops to cast Q&As and backstage tours.
Kids Week ticket holders can also take advantage of ‘Kids Go Free’ deals on dining and hotels.
The shows taking part in Kids Week 2019 are:
9 To 5 The Musical
Aliens Love Underpants
Come From Away
The Comedy About A Bank Robbery
Dinosaur World Live
Everybody's Talking About Jamie
The Falcon's Malteser
Fiddler On The Roof
The Girl On The Train
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain – Part Four
Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Disney's The Lion King
Little Baby Bum Live
Matilda The Musical
On Your Feet!
The Phantom Of The Opera
The Play That Goes Wrong
School Of Rock – The Musical
The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole Aged 13¾ The Musical
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show
Where Is Peter Rabbit?
Witness For The Prosecution
The Woman In Black
The Worst Witch
Tickets will be available to book online via the official Kids Week website from 10 am on 11 June 2019. We suggest you make a note of the date and time and tickets for the most popular shows sell out very quickly!
We’re eyeing up School of Rock and The Lion King. Which show or shows do you hope you’ll get tickets for?