|Booking From:||Wednesday, 30th November 2016|
|Booking Until:||Sunday, 8th January 2017|
|Running Time:||2 hours 10 minutes|
|Age Restriction:||Children must be over 2 years old to come to the railway children and no babes in arms are permitted on site|
|Wed:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
|Sat:||1pm and 4.30pm|
Brilliant just Brilliant you could see every thing that was going on and the way it was presented was superb, my son who is 8 has Asperger's and loves his trains he has also seen the film on many occasions and loves it, to see his face throughout the show was a big wow for me and my wife.
Well done to every one that was involved in the making a great film come to life.
I thought it was really good - a great experience. The theatre made real use of the moving platforms and the acting was brilliant. Even though I have seen the movie and the part where the train is coming and about to crash into the landslide, I was still on the edge of my seat even though I knew what was going to happen. It was a real surprise to see a real train! I recommend this to children and adults - a fantastic day out.
(MrM aged 12)
I went to see this performance twice and both times it was fantastic. i do think that seats matter quite a bit though, the first time i went i was in the middel and the second time i was at the side which was not so good. i would recomenned this to all ages. kids love it. i am only 11 and all my friends and i loved it.Amazing
This show was simply superb, one of the best performances I've been to in years. The pitch was perfect for children; the goings on on the set kept them continually interested and the use of the railway in the set was excellent. The acting was superb; the childlike actions, responses and expressions delightully played by the leads. Highly recommended.
We were lucky enough to see the preview of this great show. Our 3 children absolutely loved it. A great production with use of Waterloo station adding the finishing touches. Go see it, highly recommended.
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