Taking place between August 1-31, Kids Week allows children aged 17 and under to watch some of the biggest and best shows currently on the West End for free.
The annual event works when an accompanying adult pays full price, giving two free tickets and then two additional children’s tickets for half price and no booking fees.
How to get Kids Week tickets to a London theatre show
Last year, nearly all of the tickets sold out so you will need to be quick as there are only a select few available per show.
What West End shows are taking part in Kids Week?
The full list of shows taking part are:
- Accidental Death Of An Anarchist
- Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of The Temptations
- Aspects Of Love
- Back To The Future: The Musical
- Bleak Expectations
- Blippi: The Wonderful World Tour (Alexandra Palace)
- Blippi: The Wonderful World Tour (Rose Theatre, Kingston)
- The Choir Of Man
- Crazy For You
- The Crown Jewels
- The Crucible
- Dinosaur World: Live
- The Dream
- Elephant And Piggies
- Everywhere Bear
- Fireman Sam Saves The Circus
- Disney’s Frozen The Musical
- Grease The Musical
- Horrible Histories – Terrible Tudors
- I Believe In Unicorns
- I Wish My Life Were Like A Musical
- Jersey Boys
- Disney’s The Lion King
- Mamma Mia!
- RSC’s Matilda The Musical
- Mermaid’s & Pirates
- Les Misérables
- The Mousetrap
- Mrs. Doubtfire
- Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!
- The Phantom Of The Opera
- The Play That Goes Wrong
- Matthew Bourne’s Romeo & Juliet
- The Smeds And The Smoos
- SpongeBob: The Musical
- Tales From Acorn Wood
- The Three Billy Goats Gruff
- The Tiger Who Came To Tea
- Tina: The Tina Turner Musical
- The Verge Of Forever
- We Will Rock You The Musical
- Witness For The Prosecution
- The Wizard Of Oz
You can find out more information by heading to the Official London Theatre website.