Don't miss it... Book now, before it's too late!
Now's your final chance to book tickets in London this summer. The tour opens at The O2 from 28 May to 13 June, and comes to Richmond from 20 June to 4 July. You really must be quick to book tickets now.
Time is running out! There are only a few days left before the first show starts. Seats are limited, and some performances have already sold out.
Don't delay, book now before it's too late - there are only a few tickets left!
Remember, the earlier you book the less it costs. There are no booking fees online and every ticket includes a Souvenir Activity Brochure worth £7!
To find out more about In the Night Garden Live please watch the trailer.
This summer the In the Night Garden Live Showdome is coming to London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow from 28 May to 12 Sep - for a few weeks only!
In the Night Garden Live is a spectacular family-friendly stage show based on the hit CBeebies TV series. The show is now in its sixth year and more than half a million people have already seen it.
Critics give rave reviews. The Mirror called it ‘the hottest ticket in town’, while The Sun wrote, ‘Fantastic! We can definitely recommend it!’. And 9 out of 10 parents give 5/5 stars in parents’ reviews and post-show surveys.
The show's producer Andrew Collier says ‘Children as young as a few months old engage with the live show, and the looks on the faces of the children and parents are absolutely amazing.’
In the Night Garden Live presents the chance of a lifetime for young fans to see their favourite characters in real life.
See Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy and Makka Pakka brought to life with beautiful costumes and puppets. Panoramic projections and enchanting music make it feel like you're actually inside the Night Garden.
In the Night Garden Live takes place in its own purpose-built Showdome. There are three domes altogether, which are a colossal 65m long, 35m wide and 14m high!
The largest dome hosts the theatre with full-size character costumes, puppets, breathtaking projections and a spacious seating stand. With just 13 rows of seats, you’ll be close to the action wherever you sit and everyone gets a great view!
The other two domes are there to make your visit as easy and enjoyable as possible. Everything is really family-friendly, from the welcoming staff to ample buggy parking, microwaves, flushing toilets (with toddler steps and seat inserts) and baby-changing facilities.
PERFECT FOR LITTLE ONES
Little ones love In the Night Garden Live because, as mum Jen Dear commented, it's ‘cleverly designed to entertain even the youngest of children’.
Gemma Ashbrook took her 7 month old along, ‘Because of his age I was worried he wouldn’t enjoy it. But he loved it, and his face at the end melted my heart! I can’t wait to take him next year.’
Another mum, Jacqueline Fenn, said simply, ‘The whole experience was so easy it made it a magical day.’
NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT
558,097 people have been so far, and 9 out of 10 parents give 5/5 stars . There are other shows for young children, but as The Independent wrote, ‘there’s nothing quite like In the Night Garden Live.’
You can book online now with no booking fees. . But hurry, seats are limited, and some performances have already sold out.
Don't miss it... Book now before it's too late!
"The sweetest thing I've ever seen... I had tears rolling down my cheeks" - Sarah, Alfreton 5/5
'One of the happiest hours of my life. Pure magic.' - John, London 5/5
'Go Go Go. This is a memory maker.' - Clare Hardman, Bexleyheath 5/5
'The best day ever' - Colin Blanchard, Stevenage 5/5
If you'd like help booking your tickets please see the Before Your Book blog post and video.
-- The Independent (Read Review)
London, The O2
28 May - 13 Jun
London, Richmond Old Deer Park
20 Jun - 4 Jul
Birmingham, Cannon Hill Park
11 Jul - 25 Jul
Manchester, The Trafford Centre
1 Aug - 22 Aug
Glasgow, Queen's Park
29 Aug - 12 Sep
It's really well organised for families - we've had such a lovely time.
I loved the show and Ariana couldn't stop screaming with excitement
Imogen Thomas, @Imogen_Thomas
Big smiles, she really loved it - definitely recommended!
The only time I've actually shed a tear in a theatre
Charlie Brooker, @charltonbrooker
She loved it. Definitely bring the kids - it's fun for everyone.
Richard & Christina Heast
Definitely go - just for the delight on your child's face - it's amazing!
The kids were absolutely glued all the way through!
She was mesmerised, I was in tears - absolutely fantastic show!
She absolutely loved it and I wouldn't have wanted her to miss it.