No, each child must be in the company of a responsible adult at all times.
No child is too young - most children in the audience are aged 0-4. Parents tell us that children of all ages enjoy the show. If your child enjoys the TV show, then they’ll love the live show too! If you'd like feedback from other parents please visit our Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/NightGardenLive
Yes, the show includes music and songs from the TV show, with the voice of the TV narrator, Sir Derek Jacobi.
It’s fine to take photos during the show, but please switch the flash off on phones and cameras. Flashes can be very distracting to the performers and other audience members. If you’re not sure how to do this, please take a few moments to check before you leave home.
No, the characters do not speak in the same way that we do, so it is not possible for them to say happy birthday to a member of the audience.
No, unfortunately it is not possible to meet a character after the show.
It will be a completely new show for the very first In the Night Garden Live UK theatre tour, with a brand new In the Night Garden Live story starring all your favourite characters. We’ll publish a new trailer and reveal more details about the new story before 16 Oct when tickets first go on sale.
The show is still in development but we expect it to be just under an hour long.
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.