The Gruffalo’s Child Ticket Prices
Who can resist The Gruffalo? Julia Donaldson’s picture book is a beloved classic and on stage its sequel, about the Gruffalo’s adventurous daughter, is a delight for young audiences. Ticket prices are cheaper than average for the West End because of the show’s target audience. The cheapest seats start at £10 and the most expensive tickets are £30.
Offers are not regularly available for this show, but it may be included in some seasonal promotions and you may also find some cheaper options for kids. Keep reading for our full guide to securing cheap tickets to The Gruffalo’s Child.
The Gruffalo’s Child Discount Tickets
This fun family show is in London for a limited season, so discounts will not be available on a regular basis. However, keep an eye out for London Theatre Week in late August or early September, when many shows have exclusive prices starting at £15. There is no guarantee that The Gruffalo’s Child will be included, but if it is you could get better seats for less.
The show is aimed at young children aged 3+, but babes-in-arms may be allowed entry free of charge. It is best to double-check with the venue before booking.
Another way to save money is to check seat reviews on SeatPlan or Theatre Monkey for an idea of the view in each section.
When To Book Tickets
The Gruffalo’s Child is already on sale for its Christmas season so you can plan ahead and decide when to attend. There is usually good availability so you do not need to rush into booking. Tickets may sell more quickly for weekend performances as the dates get closer.
Unlike many West End shows, ticket prices are the same at every performance no matter the day or time. You can be confident that whenever you have time in your schedule to see the show, you won’t have to pay extra compared to families with more flexibility!
Top Tips For Your Visit
The Garrick Theatre is in central London, close to major attractions. Over the Christmas period there is lots of free entertainment for kids, and we recommend looking at the beautiful decorations in Covent Garden and up the main shopping streets, including Carnaby Street. There are lots of family-friendly museums in the area as well for pre- or post-show fun, including the London Transport Museum.
The cloakroom has limited space, so collapsible prams and buggies may not be accepted. There are other local storage facilities such as Stasher, but it is best to contact them before you travel to ensure they can accept certain items. Information about changing facilities is available from the theatre itself.
To avoid the temptation of expensive snacks during the interval, you are welcome to bring small cold sweets and bottled drinks.Buy tickets
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Charing Cross Road
1st Dec 2023
7th Jan 2024
Will be confirmed when show opens
Best for age 3+