The Tiger Who Came To Tea

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4.6 34 reviews from 34 verified reviews
  • Booking until: Sunday, 1 September 2024
  • Running time: 55min. No interval.
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The Tiger Who Came To Tea in London

THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA A musical play adapted & directed by DAVID WOOD Based on the book by JUDITH KERR THE PURRFECT SUMMER TREAT!!!

Based on Britain’s best-loved picture book by Judith Kerr, the Olivier Award nominated smash hit show The Tiger Who Came to Tea returns to the West End for Summer 2024.

The doorbell rings just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. Who could it possibly be? What they certainly don’t expect to see at the door is a big, stripy tiger!

Join the tea-guzzling tiger in this delightful family show; packed with oodles of magic, sing-a-long songs and clumsy chaos! A stunning stage adaptation of the classic tale of teatime mayhem... expect to be surprised!

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‘This Tiger is the cat’s meow’
The Times

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‘A rare and grrreat achievement’
Mail on Sunday

★★★★
‘Perfectly pitched’
Daily Telegraph

★★★★
‘Roar talent’
Sunday Telegraph

★★★★
‘All the fun of the fur’
Daily Express

★★★★★
‘Delightful’
Whatsonstage.com

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The Tiger Who Came To Tea Ticket Information

  • Booking until:

    Sunday, 1 September 2024

  • Running time:

    55min. No interval.

  • Age restrictions

    Ages 3+. Babes in arms are allowed for this production, babes under 18 months sitting on an adult's lap do not need a ticket. All other patrons do need a ticket for entry.

  • Cancellations & Refunds

    Once booked, tickets to The Tiger Who Came To Tea are usually non exchangeable and non refundable as per our terms & conditions. In practice, however, we will do our best to accommodate your request as long as we are notified at least 48 hours before the performance. Please contact us for more information.

Next Performances for The Tiger Who Came To Tea at the Theatre Royal Haymarket

tomorrow 13th Jul 2024 10:30am from £18.00
Sunday 14th Jul 2024 11:00am from £18.00 1:30pm from £12.00
Monday 15th Jul 2024 11:00am from £12.00 1:30pm from £12.00
Tuesday 16th Jul 2024 11:00am from £12.00 1:30pm from £12.00
Thursday 18th Jul 2024 11:00am from £12.00 1:30pm from £12.00
Friday 19th Jul 2024 11:00am from £12.00 1:30pm from £12.00

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The Tiger Who Came To Tea reviews

4.6 out of 5 34 reviews

What to expect:

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  • Recommended for:
  • Families (88%)
Latest customer reviews

All reviews are from customers who have been invited to leave a review just after seeing The Tiger Who Came To Tea.

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Fun and interactive, fabulous for young children

E Reviewed on 02 September 2023 by
London, United Kingdom

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I took my two year old to see the show. They did enjoy it, especially joining in with a couple of songs. The audience was mostly parents and toddlers. The storyline worked well to support and extend the original book. Some of the jokes and magic were a bit lost on my toddler and were perhaps aimed at slightly older children (despite the majority of children in the audience seeming to be toddlers). Similarly, it was a nice idea to sing in a round with audience participation but this was a bit too challenging. My child enjoyed the tiger and other characters. This was their first experience of London theatre and they had a good time.

I Reviewed on 23 August 2023 by
Redhill, United Kingdom

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Interactive and entertaining for kids

Our child loved it. Plenty of joining in and giggles.

S Reviewed on 10 August 2023 by
Chorley, United Kingdom

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Perfect for young kids

Had a nervous 3 yr old. They left the lights up at the beginning. Made it fun. Lots of singing and joining in. 7yr old loved it too

C Reviewed on 29 July 2023 by
Ealing, United Kingdom

Please note the reviews below are from an old production of The Tiger Who Came To Tea.

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Good for young children, our 5 year olds loved it

S Reviewed on 18 July 2022 by
Hamilton, Bermuda

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Excellent play for the children, my to boys age 3 and 5 really enjoyed it and they knew the story so that was all a plus.

R Reviewed on 02 January 2020 by
Woking, United Kingdom

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Great family fun

This is definitely one for young families and those of us a little older fondly remembering our childhood.

J Reviewed on 02 January 2020 by
Alton, United Kingdom

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Beautiful

Fantastic show for children they will be totally captivated:)

G Reviewed on 10 January 2016 by
Rushden, United Kingdom

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Great Family Fun

A lovely family show and a great tntroduction for children to the theatre.

A Reviewed on 04 January 2016 by
Huntingdon, United Kingdom

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Great show

Really great show, just a shame it was so short! Perfect for kids tho :)

C Reviewed on 01 January 2016 by
Letchworth, United Kingdom

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Perfect for young children!

What a lovely family show! My 5 year old son thoroughly enjoyed it! It kept his attention throughout with the audience participation and humour. The performance was just long enough to prevent him becoming fidgety! I would definitely recommend anyone with young children to go and see it!

M Reviewed on 20 December 2015 by
Chesterfield, United Kingdom

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Charming interpretation....

Took my 7 year old, one of the older kids there and he loved it. Simple story and he was amazed they did that show with 4 actors!

J Reviewed on 10 December 2015 by
Weybridge, United Kingdom

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Well done, but far too expensive.

This is a five minute story stretched out to an hour. It is done well enough, but the tickets are far far too expensive. It is a play for children aged five and below, and there is little entertainment value for the accompanying adults. £17 per ticket, and therefore £35 for one parent/carer and one child, is double what it is worth.

R Reviewed on 10 December 2015 by
London, United Kingdom

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fantastic for children age 3 to 8!!!

My children (aged 4 and 7) had read the book and they loved the show! It was the perfect length of time, not too long, just 1 hour with no breaks. The sound, lighting and acting was fantastic!

M Reviewed on 30 November 2015 by
Hull, United Kingdom

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A treat for your little ones who love the book aTiger that came to tea

A Reviewed on 30 November 2015 by
Surrey, United Kingdom

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Does the book justice

S Reviewed on 28 November 2015 by
Woking, United Kingdom

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Fantastic show for the

A Reviewed on 11 August 2014 by

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Watch your grandchildren beam

For children 5 and under,not too much retail therapy involved,lovely the way the kids could be involved

A Reviewed on 20 July 2014 by

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The best first the theatre experience a four year old could have!

The length of the show was just right for the age of the audience. The story was true to the book but the additions enhanced and enriched in a way that children could still claim the story as their own.

A Reviewed on 31 August 2012 by

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by Emmie Newitt | Thursday, June 13 2024, 16:54

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THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA to return to the West End

by Emmie Newitt | Friday, May 24 2024, 09:51

The beloved tale from Judith Kerr will return to the West End this summer.

tiger who came to tea west endA production image of The Tiger Who Came to Tea. Photo by Robert Day

THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA to return to the West End