KW & NB Ltd present
OLIVIER 2012 AWARD NOMINATION FOR BEST ENTERTAINMENT & FAMILY
The Tiger Who Came To Tea... Live on Stage!
Based on the picture book written and illustrated by Judith Kerr
Adapted for the stage with songs and lyrics by David Wood
The doorbell rings just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. Who could it possibly be? What they certainly don't expect to see at the door is a big, stripy tiger!
For the first time ever, this much loved tale of a tiger creating tea time mayhem is brought vividly to life on stage in a show packed with oodles of magic, sing a long songs and clumsy chaos. Expect to be surprised!
David Wood OBE is undisputedly the country's leading writer and director of plays and musicals for children. His many successes include Fantastic Mr Fox, The Gingerbread Man, BFG, The Witches, Meg and Mog, Spot and Babe the Sheep Pig.
For children aged 3 and above.
Running time: Approx. 55 minutes (No interval)
CAST & CREATIVES
Sophie - Abbey Norman
Tiger/Dad/Milkman/Postman - Matthew Dudley
Mummy - Jenanne Redman
Understudy/ASM - Thomas O'Connell
Understudy/Wardrobe - Stephanie Summers
Director/Adaptor - David Wood
Assistant Director/Choreographer - Emma Clayton
Designer - Susie Caulcutt
Lighting Desginer - Tony Simpson
Sound Design - Shock Prodcutions
Magic Advisor - Scott Penrose
Music Supervisor - Peter Pontzen
Wardrobe Supervisor - Angie Burns
Production Manager - Nick May
CSM - Pete Foster
Producers: KW&NB Ltd
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Mail On Sunday
“a rare and grrreat achievement”
Mail On Sunday
“Roar talent…Old fashioned values shine
in this children’s classic”
“An invitingly jolly, consistently inventive treat…
This Tiger is the cat’s meow”
“It is perfect entertainment for pre-school children and brings all the mischief and humour of the original picture book to vibrant life…The show roars along sweeping the audience with it.Truly, all the fun of the fur.”
“A delight from start to finish”
“…a tot’s Glastonbury”
"a modern classic"