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Step into the fantastical world of Studio Ghibli with My Neighbour Totoro. The heartwarming, visually stunning, and six-time Olivier Award-winning play returns to London. Get My Neighbour Totoro tickets on Box Office.
The stage adaptation of Hayao Miyazaki’s beloved Japanese animation film brings the Totoro magic to life. The story follows two young sisters, Satsuki and Mei, who move to the countryside with their father to be closer to their hospitalised mother.
As they explore their new surroundings, they encounter Totoro, a forest spirit, as well as an array of delightful and mystical creatures. Through their adventures, the sisters learn about the importance of family, friendship, and the wonders of nature.
My Neighbour Totoro in London captures the imaginative spirit of the original film, thanks to Tom Morton-Smith's heartfelt adaptation, Jim Henson’s Creature Shop’s enchanting puppetry, and Tom Pye's breathtaking visuals. London Theatre praised the “theatre magic” and declared the play a hit. For a second year, you’ll be able to find your spirit once more, as the inspiring play goes back to the Barbican.
The My Neighbour Totoro play is for everyone. Whether you’re introducing new audiences to the Studio Ghibli charm, or you’re wanting to revisit the much-adored story, everyone will be transported to a world of wonder and imagination. Discover the enchanting theatrical experience, and book My Neighbour Totoro tickets on Box Office.
Audio Described: Saturday 16 December 2.00pm & Wednesday 28 February 7.00pm
Touch Tour: Saturday 16 December 12.00-12.30pm & Wednesday 28 February 5.00-5.30pm
BSL Integrated: Friday 9 February 7.00pm
Captioned: Saturday 16 December 2.00pm, Saturday 6 January 2.00pm, Thursday 25 January 2.00pm & Wednesday 28 February 7.00pm
Relaxed with Integrated BSL Interpreter (Audio Described & Captioned): Thursday 1 February 2.00pm Relaxed (Audio Described & Captioned): Saturday 17 February 2.00pm
Please note, the show features puppets, some large scale that will interact in audience space. The show contains themes of an ill parent in hospital. It also features live music and sound effects that will be loud at times.
Age guidance: 6+. This production is not suitable for children under 4 years of age, including babes in arms. Younger children and babes in arms are welcome at our relaxed performances only.