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Little Lyric autumn season

First Published 12 August 2016, Last Updated 26 August 2016

Families can look forward to a jam-packed season at the Lyric Hammersmith this autumn, with much-loved children’s stories brought to life onstage, including new productions of Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, The Ugly Duckling and the Christmas classic, Raymond Briggs’ Father Christmas.

Also on the programme for 2-11 year olds are shows about space, chickens, guinea pigs and a friendly giraffe who appears in a little girl’s back garden.

Families can also look forward to STORYSTOCK, a travelling story circus offering two days of storytelling, author talks and workshops during October half term. Special guests include Judith Kerr, author and illustrator of the bestselling books Mog and The Tiger Who Came To Tea.

For more information and to book tickets, visit the official website.

Currently running at the Lyric Hammersmith is Bugsy Malone, an Olivier Award nominated revival of the classic family musical. Visit the official website to book tickets.

The Tiger Who Came To Tea runs at Cadogan Hall until 4 September, and is taking part in Kids Week, our annual kids go free promotion.

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