Tiger pounces for a fine family treat

The Tiger Who Came to Tea at The Vaudeville TheatreJenanne Redman as Mummy  Abbey Norman as Sophie  Alan Atkins�Alastair Muir
The Tiger Who Came to Tea at The Vaudeville TheatreJenanne Redman as Mummy Abbey Norman as Sophie Alan Atkins�Alastair Muir
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It’s time to lock up the biscuits and banish the buns as ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ pounces onto the stage at St George’s Hall, Bradford, from February 5 to 7.
 The tea-guzzling Tiger, a favourite character created by children’s author Judith Kerr, is given a new lease of life in David Wood’s musical adaptation of the classic book.
 When Sophie and her mum invite the hungry Tiger to join them, he proceeds to eat all the sandwiches and biscuits, and even manages to drink all the water in the tap. But what will Sophie’s dad say when he gets home from work?
 ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ is a delightful family show with sing-along songs, rhyming and repetition for children aged three-plus and their families. David Wood is the undisputed leading writer of plays and musicals for children.
 His many successes include the West End hits ‘the Witches’, ‘The BFG’ and ‘Goodnight Mister Tom’, the Olivier Award-winner in 2013 for Best Entertainment and Family Show.

Tickets are available from Bradford Theatres box office on 01274 432000.