The West End is preparing for an extraterrestrial invasion this summer, as the hit stage adaptation of Aliens Love Underpants returns to the capital for a season at the Dominion Theatre.
Based on the book by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort, the zany and hilarious stage show will bring its pantastic tale to the London venue from 1 August to 5 September.
Suitable for ages three and older, Aliens Love Underpants combines stunning effects, madcap action, original music and lots of those mischievous smalls-stealing Martians in a show that promises to entertain theatregoers both young and old.
The much-loved show was first enjoyed by a London audience at the Leicester Square Theatre in 2014, when it also won over Guardian critic Miriam Gillinson with its “One hour of pure, unadulterated silliness”.
Directed by Adam Bampton-Smith, the hugely popular production will play daytime performances at the Dominion Theatre alongside Michael Flatley’s Irish dance spectacular Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games, which continues its performance schedule at the venue as usual.
The family hit will star Abigail Carter-Simpson as Veronica, Mark Collier as Mr Stevens, Eve Pearson-Wright as Mum and Alex James Ellison as Timmy.
Aliens Love Underpants will also be taking part in this year’s Kids Week, our annual ticket campaign offering a free child’s ticket for every full priced ticket purchased. Tickets for Kids Week 2015 go on sale on 16 June at www.kidsweek.co.uk. For more information along with a list of participating shows, read our story here.