The Tiger Who Came To Tea Tickets

The Tiger Who Came To Tea Ticket Prices

This enduringly popular children’s show prowls back into London every summer, ready to delight young theatregoers. Ticket prices are very cheap compared to the average West End show, because of the target audience. The cheapest seats cost around £12 and the most expensive ones are less than £40.

Offers are not often available for this show, but it may be included in Kids Week (in August) when child tickets are free or reduced in price. These sell out very quickly. On-sale dates for Kids Week are announced in the first half of the year, so keep an eye on their website for news.

There are plenty of other ways to get cheap The Tiger Who Came To Tea tickets for the whole family, which we have explained below.

The Tiger Who Came To Tea Theatre Discount Tickets

This kids' show is only in London for a limited season every summer, so is not usually included in most of the West End’s big promotions such as London Theatre Week. 

However, children under 18 months are classed as babes-in-arms at this show, so they will not need a ticket if they are sitting on your lap. 

Another way to save money is to check reviews on SeatPlan or Theatremonkey. Many of them point out that booster seats are available for children, so you don’t have to book the most expensive seats to ensure they can see what is happening on stage. 

When To Book Tickets

The Tiger Who Came To Tea is on sale at least six months before it opens, but there tends to be good availability so you do not need to rush to book. Tickets may sell quicker for weekend performances and as summer gets closer. 

Ticket prices are the same at every performance, whether you book for a weekend or weekday. 

Top Tips For Your Visit

Theatre Royal Haymarket is in a very central location, close to major hubs including Piccadilly Circus. Lots of family-friendly museums and shops are in the area, so you can take little ones to the London Transport Museum, explore the colourful Moomin Shop, and be entertained by street performers in Covent Garden.

Collapsible prams and buggies can be left in the theatre’s cloakroom from 40 minutes before the show begins, but space is limited.

The show has no interval, so it is best to ensure all toilet trips have been completed in plenty of time - you may not be able to leave your seat easily if you are in the middle of a row.

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Playing at

Theatre Royal Haymarket
Seating Plan

Theatre Royal Haymarket seating plan

Booking period

8th Jul 2024

12th Jul 2024

1st Sep 2024

Running time

Will be confirmed when show opens


Best for age 3+. Babes in arms under 18 months.