Booking now open for 2014’s Kids Week

Published June 17, 2014

Tickets for our annual kids go free ticket campaign, the hugely popular Kids Week, are now on sale with an incredible 37 shows offering children aged 16 and younger free tickets for every adult ticket purchased.

Running throughout the month of August, Kids Week offers young people and their families the chance to experience what London does best, theatre. With a huge range of family friendly options for everyone from toddlers to teenagers, the month-long festival will see thousands of Kids Week goers take over theatres across the capital.

The deal is simple; for every adult ticket purchased from Kids Week you get a free child’s ticket, plus the chance to purchase up to another two children’s tickets at half-price.

For its 17th year, Kids Week’s huge line-up of shows includes everything from classic picturebook adaptations to many of the West End’s most popular long-running musicals.

For ages three and older Aliens Love Underpants, The Elephantom, The Tiger Who Came To Tea and What The Ladybird Heard are on the line-up. On offer for all ages aged five and older is The 39 Steps, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Hetty Feather, Horrible Histories Barmy Britain Part 2, I Believe In Unicorns, Let It Be, Disney’s The Lion King, Stomp, Mamma Mia!, Matilda The Musical, Les Misérables, The Pajama Game, The Phantom Of The Opera, Thriller Live, Top Hat, War Horse and Wicked.

For slightly older children, Billy Elliot The Musical, The Bodyguard, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time, The Mousetrap, War Horse and The Woman In Black all return to take part in this year’s Kids Week alongside newcomers The Importance Of Being Earnest, Jeeves And Wooster In Perfect Nonsense and The Gershwin’s Porgy And Bess.

Completing this year’s line-up, the 15+ category includes Avenue Q, Ghost Stories, Jersey Boys, Let The Right One In, Once and A Small Family Business.

As always, Kids Week bookers will also be offered the chance to attend one of the many free activities and events on offer to complement their show tickets, from a post-show Q&A with Charlie And The Chocolate Factory to going backstage at the Jersey Boys.

Please note, Kids Week 2014 has now finished. Kids Week will return in 2015 with more kids go free offers, workshops and activities. For more about the promotion visit the Kids Week website.