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Kids' Week 2014

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Free Theatre for Kids

1. What is Kids' Week?

It is a chance for grown ups to save money. During Kids' Week, a child under sixteen can go to the theatre for free when accompanied by an adult. An additional two children can get in for half price.

2. What shows can I take them to see?

From short children's performances to top West End Musicals, choose from over thirty productions, including Aliens Love Underpants, The Tiger Who Came To Tea, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, The Lion King, Hetty Feather, Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain Part Two!, Les MisÚrables, Mama Mia, Stomp, 39 Steps, and more.

3. Is there anything else going on?

Some of the shows put on special events. For example, Jeeves & Wooster In Perfect Nonsense have a Charleston Workshop, while Let It Be has an Interactive Music Workshop. There will also be a launch party, theatre tours, and other fun activities.

4. How long does Kids' Week last?

Before you say 'ask a silly question', the answer is not as obvious as you might think. Kids' Week runs for an entire month, between the 1st - 31st August.

5. Why is it not called Kids' Month?

Not a clue.
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Why? Kids go free
When: 1st - 31st Aug
Where: Across London
Cost: Adult varies, Kids free or half price
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