Kids Go Free To Top London Shows This Summer
This summer, the Society of London Theatre has arranged Kids Week which actually lasts the whole of August, and as part of this, they're offering Kids Go Free to top London shows performances. Booking lines open at 10am on June 17th, and I think the top shows - and those with child themes - will sell out really quickly, so it's worth getting in there as early as you can.
Adults have to pay the full fee, with one free child ticket, and two additional child tickets are charged at half price each. There are 35 shows to choose from, including full features like The Lion King and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory or hour long shows aimed at the 3+ audience. These include What The Ladybird Heard and The Tiger Who Came To Tea.
They're conveniently listed them by age suitability, though this is only a guideline. Those shows in the 15+ category are the normal 'adult' shows, and may contain strong language, adult themes or scary content.
Some shows on specific days will also have 'activities' included in your ticket price. This means, for example, that on August 5th, you can take your little one to see The Tiger Who Came To Tea at 11am, and from 12 - 1 your under fives can enjoy a free tea and a story workshop.
There are only a few places for each activity and you can only book one activity per child, with a maximum of 8 tickets in a single transaction.
They recommend that you have a 'variety of dates' in mind when you go to book.