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- Booking until: Sunday, 7 January 2024
- Running time: 55m (no interval)
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Follow the Gruffalo’s Child on her adventurous mission in Tall Stories’ enchanting adaptation of the much-loved picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
One wild and windy night the Gruffalo’s Child ignores her father’s warnings about the Big Bad Mouse and tiptoes out into the deep dark wood. She follows snowy tracks and encounters mysterious creatures – but the Big Bad Mouse doesn’t really exist... does he? Let your imagination run wild with songs, laughs and scary fun for everyone aged 3 to 103.
“Warm, witty and beautifully made... a fantastic family favourite”***** LondonTheatre1
“Perfect children’s entertainment”**** The Scotsman
“Fun, daft and a little scary!”**** Time Out
Access Performances Relaxed Performances: Saturday 16th December 10:30am, Thursday 21st December 10:30am and Wednesday 3rd January 2pm
Audio Described Performance: Sunday 24th December 11am
BSL Performance: Friday 29th December 2pm
- Booking until:
Sunday, 7 January 2024
- Running time:
55m (no interval)
- Age restrictions
Suitable for 3+
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The show is not suitable for under 5s. They took a fun story and made it a horror film. Children were crying at various scenes - especially when the mouse's shadow appeared. It was very slow to begin as well so the children were getting restless.
Reviewed on 06 January 2018 by Pat, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 31 December 2017 by Karen, Rochester, United Kingdom
Have seen so many shows with my two year old and unfortunately this was not great. Dull costumes and lack of scenic change. Neither he nor I enjoyed it. I was very disappointed
Reviewed on 03 December 2017 by Elizabeth, London, United Kingdom
The story line was perfect for a young child. The players interacted with both the adults and children. The costumes were perfect for a child's imagination.
Reviewed on 01 December 2017 by Alison, Catford, United Kingdom
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The Gruffalo’s Child Comes to the West End
by Phil Willmott | Thursday, May 4 2017, 08:57
The Toxic Avenger, who takes up residence at the Arts Theatre in September won’t be the only monster heading to the West End this winter. Although the Gruffalo is a much more cuddly beast designed to appeal to kids and the child in us all.
Following the success of the original Gruffalo stage show in central London, sequel The Gruffalo’s Child centres around his daughter who must learn to be brave in the outside world when, one wild and windy night she ignores her father’s warning, ventures out into the snow and risks an encounter with the scary Big Bad Mouse.The Gruffalo’s Child Comes to the West End