Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales
Under the sea, out on the farm and into the jungle, these terrific tales are woven together with live music, puppetry and a whole host of colourful characters from Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s best-loved titles: Tiddler, Monkey Puzzle, The Smartest Giant in Town and A Squash and a Squeeze. Funky moves, toe-tapping tunes and giggles are guaranteed!
Is Tiddler telling the truth?
Will Monkey find his Mummy?
Will George The Giant make lots of friends?
Can the old lady really squash and squeeze all those animals in?
This delightful production is brought to you by the team behind Stick Man Live, adapted from the bestselling books by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, creators of The Gruffalo.
Venue: Pentland Theatre
"Brings such joy to children and adults alike. The show was so captivating that no one wanted to miss a moment" ★★★★★ The Spy in the Stalls (read the full review)
"An hour-long feast of storytelling that thrills children and parents alike. A masterpiece" ★★★★★ Broadway Baby (read the full review)
"This production should have the word “fun” stamped through it like a stick of rock. More charm than Mary Poppins teaching a kitten to cuddle a baby lamb. And like Mary, it’s pretty much perfect in every way." Camden New Journal
"To call this show lively would be a whopping understatement. Packed with gleeful songs and jolly good fun." The Guardian (read the full review)
"Stitches together Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s beloved adventures with wit, innovation and endearing silliness. Children’s shows make me smile, this one made me continually grin. A children’s treat that adults too can guiltlessly enjoy. It may only be a tiddler, but this show has a big heart and is brimming with inventiveness." A Younger Theatre (read the full review)
Running Time: 1 hr
Group Discount: Buy 10 tickets, save 10%
Dynamic pricing applies to this event. This means that the price of individual seats may increase based on demand, however they will not go above the top price listed.
£8 tickets have a partially restricted view. Action on the periphery of the stage may be obscured.