Things to Expect from The Tiger Who Came to Tea Show

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Things to Expect from The Tiger Who Came to Tea Show

If you’re looking for fun things to do in Liverpool with the family, don’t miss The Tiger Who Came to Tea show which is currently touring the UK following a successful stint in London’s West End. It’s a great way to keep the little ones entertained. So what can you expect?

A Show Based on Judith Kerr’s Popular Storybook

The Tiger Who Came to Tea live on stage pays homage to Britain’s best-loved picture book of the same name, written by Judith Kerr. Packed with magic, sing-along songs, bright costumes and plenty of clumsy chaos, the production tells the story of a big stripy tiger who unexpectedly joins Sophie and her mummy for tea. Much to their amazement, he has a huge appetite, eating and drinking everything in the house. What will daddy say when he gets home from work?

If you haven’t already read this story, it would be fun to check it out before the show so that little kids become familiar with the plot and can easily follow what’s happening on stage. Don’t have time? Then worry not as the storyline is completely kid-friendly.

A Child-Friendly Running Time

When it comes to kids’ activities in Liverpool, The Tiger Who Came to Tea is one of the best. This is because it’s specifically tailored to children ages three and above. With a running time of approximately 55 minutes and no interval, there’s no time for your little ones to get fidgety or bored. Plus, the show is so gripping that they won’t want to miss a second of it. The show requires plenty of audience interaction too, leaving your children with very fond memories.

A Roar-Some Experience

Taking your kids to the theatre for the first time might be slightly nerve-wracking, but there’s really nothing to worry about. Every single parent is in the same boat and the atmosphere is super relaxed, so you won’t have to worry about your children making a bit of noise. When the show starts, there’s plenty of energetic singing and dancing. The kids are also encouraged to get involved and to copy many of the actions for a truly roar-some experience. Activities in Liverpool for kids don’t get much better than this, so relax and have a great time.

Roar Talent

This is a high-quality production brought to the stage by a small yet incredibly talented cast, many of whom play multiple characters. The actors have all enjoyed extensive training at top institutions and bring plenty of experience to The Tiger Who Came to Tea show. This really is a high-energy production with plenty of laugh out loud moments.

Book your tickets to see The Tiger Who Came to Tea show today and enjoy a memorable day out with the whole family at the Liverpool Playhouse. This really is a must-see if you’re in the area and will help make your time in Liverpool as memorable as possible.


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'This Tiger is the cat's meow'

The Times

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'Perfectly pitched adaptation'

Daily Telegraph

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'A delight from start to finish'

Time Out