What's OnWhere is Peter Rabbit? at Theatre Royal HaymarketA family-favourite for Easter, watch beloved characters come to life in this theatrical spectacular based on the original tales by Beatrix Potter.
- Dates 05/04/2019 - 05/04/2019
- Location 18 Suffolk Street, SW1Y 4HT
- Price ££
Feel enchanted this EasterLooking for a little theatrical family magic this Easter?Hop onto your seats and get ready to immerse yourself in the magical world of Beatrix Potter with this musical adventure at Theatre Royal Haymarket.From just £15 a ticket, this is the perfect thing to do on your Easter holidays. Watch family-favourite tales and beloved characters as they are brought to life in this theatrical spectacular.Look out for the ferocious Mr. McGregor, reach heady heights with Jemima Puddle-Duck, do the laundry with Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle and, fall in love with the mischievous Peter Rabbit.So, whether you’re after a warm, fluffy hug of nostalgia, or the perfect introduction for your kids to Beatrix Potter’s stories, this is a truly charming production for the whole family to cherish and enjoy together.Book your tickets via email here, call the theatre box office on +44 020 7930 8800 or click the button below to reserve your tickets online.Fall in love with mischievous Peter RabbitFeaturing some of the UK’s most respected Film, TV and stage personalities, this is a unique and enchanting trip down memory lane.Prick up your ears to the delectable voiceovers from BAFTA Award-Winning national treasure Miriam Margolyes (from the Harry Potter Film Series and Call the Midwife) and one of the UK’s most respected TV and stage personalities, the Olivier Award-Winning Griff Rhys Jones.With joyful songs performed live for every show, get ready to shake your tail to the delightful dancing on stage to lyrics by one of Britain’s most beloved playwrights, Sir Alan Ayckbourn.Handed down from generation to generation, tales from Beatrix Potter hold a special place in our hearts.Get ready to feel a sprinkle of Easter magic as it fills the air. Relax to enchanting original songs and watch beautifully handcrafted puppets come to life on stage.Based on the original tales by Beatrix Potter.
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