Scientists with the greatest minds in the world have been searching for intelligent life in space for decades. We don’t want to sound arrogant or anything, but couldn’t they just head to the Dominion Theatre like we did?!
From reading Jane Austen to harbouring desires to put on a suit and run Downing Street, the aliens we found there were intelligent and a half. That’s not even to mention their incredible skills at the art of improvisation.
We’ve heard on the grapevine they get good practise in the latter performing as part of the hugely popular page to stage adaptation Aliens Love Underpants, which you can catch playing in the West End this summer until 5 September.
If you’re still not convinced intelligent life exists, we suggest you gather your little ones – or not, we won’t tell anyone we promise – and watch the show’s star Timmy put Official London Theatre’s Q&A to his extraterrestrial, pant-stealing, mischief-making friends: the cute Coops, thoughtful Dex and super sensible Cryl.
If all that talk of nicking Harry Potter’s invisible pants and mythical magic has your kids wanting more of the same brilliant silly fun, don’t forget, you can book tickets for up to the end of the month through our kids go free promotion Kids Week. For tickets in September, book here.