5 reasons to attend the Tiger Who Came To Tea in Bexhill
The only thing to do in Bexhill this February is to watch The Tiger Who Came to Tea Live on stage! A musical play adapted and directed by David Wood, based on the book by Judith Kerr.
Direct from the West End, the Olivier Award nominated smash hit show, The Tiger Who Came to Tea returns on tour, celebrating over 10 years on stage and 50 years as one of Britain’s best-loved picture books!
Still not sure if you should book tickets for this full on family entertainer? Not to worry, we have put together 5 reasons why you should attend the Tiger Who Came To Tea live on stage in Bexhill.
- Witness the children’s classic in person
Since it was first published in 1968, continues to spread the joy of reading to audiences of all ages. By 2008 the book had sold over five million copies and been translated into eleven languages.
- Be instantly transported back to your childhood
55 minutes of pure nostalgic bliss where life was a million times easier and all you had to worry about was what your mum had cooked for tea!
- Keep the kids entertained for one whole hour
At an hour long, it’s perfect for younger kids with short attention spans - a great day out that does total justice to this wonderful children’s book.
- Join in
With a magical and interactive set, catchy songs, and – most importantly – a cast that’s dedicated to making the show fun and accessible for everyone, is a lovingly crafted and captivating children’s show.
- Stay indoors, safe from the plummeting temperature
Why not have a tour of De La Warr Pavillion the pioneering centre for the arts. A place where everyone can experience contemporary exhibitions, events and entertainment in an iconic Modernist building by the sea, on England’s south coast.
Looking to entertain your kids? Not sure on what to do in Bexhill On Sea? Check out Tiger Who Came To Tea Live! Book your tickets now and stop stressing over things to do around Bexhill On Sea!