Kids Week 2016
London theatre news: Wednesday 24 August 2016
Family - Tickets - Young people
Kids Week aims to encourage young people to get involved in theatre. Booking is still open and the initiative runs throughout the month of August and until the end of the summer hols up to 7 September 2016.
Kids Week is all about encouraging young people to get involved in theatre.
But, it's actually more than a week - it's morphed over its 18-year life into a whole month!
The initiative for 2016 runs right through the month of August and it's been extended through to the end of the school hoildays until Wednesday 7 September 2016.
The basic idea is that a child aged 16 or under can go free to any participating show - there are more than 35 of them - when accompanied by an adult paying full price.
You can also purchase up to two extra children’s tickets at half price.
Plus, there are no booking or postage fees to pay.
Also, children can take part in a range of free activities and workshops - just the thing to keep them busy during the long hols, or during a trip to the capital.
Tickets are now on sale - just head over to this site and check-out the shows.
Kids Week is run by Society of London Theatre (SOLT), a not-for-profit organisation which provides a collective voice for the theatre owners, producers and managers of all the major commercial and grant-aided theatres across London.
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