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Children's Theatre 2022

Want to introduce your children to the world of theatre but have no idea where to start? Or maybe you have a theatre loving little one at home who can't wait to go back?  Here is a handy guide of some shows that are running in and around London this year to help you make your mind up on what to book next!  Under 5's     The Singing Mermaid February - April 2022 Little Angel Theatre, London Ages 3-8   Peppa Pig's Best Day Ever Live March - November 2022 Locations can be found here (Including Milton Keynes, Reading, Dunstable, London, High Wycombe, St Albans, Radlett, Wimbledon and more!) All ages welcome The Smeds and The Smoos March 2022 Grove Theatre, Dunstable Ages 3+ Paw Patrol Live: Race To The Rescue! September 2022 SSE Arena Wembley, London Ages 2+ Amazing Bubble Man April 2022 Leicester Square Theatre, London All ages welcome     Handa's Surprise February - April 2022 Little Angel Theatre, London Ages 2-5  The Tiger Who Came To Tea July - September 2022 Theatre R
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