This childhood classic has a mix of fast cars and slow lazy days, with the animal characters coming together in unlikely circumstances. First written in 1908 and remaining a firm favourite with families worldwide every since, this is the perfect opportunity to show your children one of your old-time childhood favourites brought to life.
Price: Tickets from £15.00 plus no booking fee.
Expiry: Limited run to 17 January 2015.
Combining comedy, theatre, dance and music, Stomp is an exciting performance that uses everything from plastic bags to kitchen sinks to play out its rhythmic show.
Price: Top price tickets just £26.25 (was £52.50) – Save 50%
Expiry: Valid Mon, Thu & Fri Eve, Sat Mat & Sun performances between 1 Dec 2014 and 12 Feb 2015
Book by January 2015
Excludes 15 Dec 2014 to 4 Jan 2015
This classic children’s story book written by Julia Donaldson about a witch and her cat comes to life on stage in the West End.
Price: Tickets just £12.50
Expiry: Valid Monday - Friday performances from until 18 December 2014 and 8 & 9 January 2015
With blizzards of snow and ball games throughout the show, this show is a must for any snow-loving kids. It’s a show created by Russian performance artist Slava Polunin and was nominated for the Tony Award for best Theatrical Event.
Price: Tickets from £29.50 (was £39.50) – save 25%
Expiry: Valid on Third Price Tickets, Mon - Fri performances between 17 Dec 2014 and 5 Jan 2015
Book between by 31 December 2014
Excludes 23 & 24 December 2014
This is a classic Roald Dahl tale featuring the mysterious Willy Wonka and his chocolate factory, told in musical stage by the award-winning Sam Mendes.
Price: Tickets from £23
Another Roald Dahl classic now told on stage; kids will be fascinated about the story of a little girl with an extraordinary imagination and special powers.
Price: Tickets from £26
This exciting tale re-imagines the characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, seeing their journey before they become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good. There are dazzling costumes and show-stopping songs!
Price: Tickets from £20
No Booking Fee on Mon-Fri performances till 27 March 2015
This is a brilliant adaptation for Disney’s much-loved film. Set on an impressive stage with incredible effects, the much-loved show tells the story of Simba’s journey from cub to lion where he must protect his Pridelands.
Price: Tickets from £35
Terms and conditions: Subject to availability. Exclusions may apply. Correct at time of publication.