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Kids Week 2013 now on sale

First Published 17 June 2013, Last Updated 6 June 2018

Tickets for this year’s Kids Week are now on sale, with more than 30 shows offering free children’s tickets and activities throughout the month of August.

The London Lifestyle Award-winning promotion, which is now in its 16th year, allows a child aged 16 or under to go free for each full priced ticket purchased for one of the participating productions, plus the opportunity to purchase up to two more children’s tickets at half price.

This year’s incredible line-up features everything from hit musicals and acclaimed dramas to spectacular entertainment and dance, with tickets available for The 39 Steps, Billy Elliot The Musical, The Bodyguard, Brainiac Live!, A Chorus Line, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time, Dinosaur Zoo, Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story On Stage, Disney’s The Lion King, Fences, The Golden Voice, Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain, Shanghai Ballet’s Jane Eyre, Jersey Boys, The Ladykillers, Let It Be, Mamma Mia!, Matilda The Musical, Les Misérables, Monty Python’s Spamalot, The Mousetrap, Once, One Man, Two Guvnors, The Sound Of Music, Stomp, Thriller Live, Top Hat, War Horse, We’re Going On A Bear Hunt, West Side Story, We Will Rock You, Wicked and The Woman In Black.

As in previous years, young theatregoers will also have access to a host of special activities including ballet dancing with Billy Elliot The Musical, tap dancing with Top Hat, learning pop songs with Let It Be and Jersey Boys, experiencing prehistoric puppetry with Dinosaur Zoo and taking part in a spooky interactive workshop with The Woman In Black.

Talking about the annual initiative, which is run by the Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and aims to introduce young people to the theatre, SOLT President Mark Rubinstein said: “Starting as just a week and now spanning a month, Kids Week has firmly established itself as a key date in the West End’s calendar. We’re looking forward to throwing open our doors and welcoming young audiences to what, for many, will be their first taste of a West End show. With free events and activities alongside the tremendous range of plays, musicals, and dance shows on offer, it is fantastic to see that Kids Week is back and bigger than ever.”

To book tickets, visit www.kidsweek.co.uk or call the 24 hour Ticketmaster hotline on 0844 248 5151. As always, there are no booking or postage fees to pay.


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