The great news is that the Gruffalo is returning to the West End with his own little terror in tow, for another intrepid adventure into the deep dark wood... Read More >
Kate Winslet, Victoria Beckham, Melinda Messenger, David Cameron and Stephen Tompkinson were just a few of the celebs who brought their kids to see their favourite friendly monster at the Arts Theatre last Christmas. The great news is that the Gruffalo is returning to the West End with his own little terror in tow, for another intrepid adventure into the deep dark wood…
One wild and windy night the Gruffalo’s child igores her farther’s warning and tiptoes out into the snow. After all, the big Bad Mouse doesn’t really exist…does he?
The Gruffalo has sold more than a million copies and been translated into 29 languages, including Gaelic and Crotian. It once held the title of Britains bestselling picture book for five years, and the stage production has been touring to sell out audiences around the country The Gruffalo’s child is fast following in its predecessor’s paw prints, ater instantly entering into the bestseller lists after its pre-Christmas release in 2004. It was named Children’s Book of the Year at the British Awards 2005.