Take the whole family to a show, and book tickets to the best theatre for kids, from classic Disney musicals to educational shows and everything in between.
A day at the theatre is one of the best things to do with kids, and there is so much family theatre to choose from that people of all ages will love. Lots of West End and Off-West End shows are appropriate for kids, so everyone can all enjoy a few hours of screen-free entertainment, and your kids might discover a lifelong love of theatre. Discover the best theatre for kids on Box Office, and book tickets to family theatre in London now.
Disney musicals like The Lion King and Frozen are great family theatre options — not only will the kids love the familiar songs and characters, but adults will also enjoy the nostalgia and timeless stories these shows provide. You can also see a show like Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, based on the beloved children's book and movie series, or The Play That Goes Wrong, with nonstop physical comedy that will make audiences of all ages roar with laughter. Certain educational shows are also tailored specifically toward very young kids, so you can take your toddler to their first live theatre experience.
Be sure to check your desired show's age recommendations and run time before you book, to be sure the subject matter is appropriate for your child and that they can sit through the show. Once you've found the right show, though, your family is in for a day of theatre magic and amazement. Book tickets to theatre for kids on Box Office now.
West End theatres typically admit children ages 5 and older. Beyond that, it varies by venue and show. Some shows are recommended for older age groups (even if children are technically admitted), and some will restrict entry to older theatregoers. Conversely, shows geared specifically toward children will typically not have an age minimum, but an adult must also attend.
Yes, children require a separate ticket to attend a show. Certain exceptions may be made for infants at shows specifically designed for young kids, but generally, children sit in their own seat and must therefore have their own ticket.