Where is Peter Rabbit? (Family Ticket)
Hop onto your seats and immerse yourself in the magical world of Beatrix Potter. Watch with delight as your favourite stories and most beloved characters are brought to life in this theatrical spectacular, with beautifully handcrafted puppets, enchanting original songs and a sprinkle of magic. Look out for the ferocious Mr. McGregor, reach heady heights with Jemima Puddle-Duck, do the laundry with Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle and of course, fall in love with the mischievous Peter Rabbit.
Prick up your ears to the delectable voiceovers from BAFTA Award-Winning national treasure Miriam Margoyles (Harry Potter Film Series and Call the Midwife) and one of the UK’s most respected TV and stage personalities, the Olivier Award-Winning Griff Rhys Jones. Shake your tail to 14 of the most joyful songs all performed live, with lyrics by one of Britain’s most beloved playwrights, Sir Alan Ayckbourn. And twinkle your eyes at the delightful dancing and entrancing set.
Handed down from generation to generation, these stories hold a special place in our hearts, so whether a warm hug of fluffy nostalgia, or the perfect introduction to Beatrix Potter’s Tales, this is a truly charming production for the whole family to cherish and enjoy together.
Based on the original Tales by Beatrix Potter.
Approximately 1 Hour - no Interval.
5 April - 28 April 2019
Show times 11am, 1pm, 3pm (check calendar)
Recommended for ages 3-16 years. Please note that the production is not suitable for children under 3.
Family ticket available ONLY sold in quantities of 4 (2 children below 16 years). For general sales click here
Additional Details & FAQ
For Accessibility information please contact 020 7930 8800.
How Does It Work
You will receive a confirmation email after purchase.
If you have chosen e-ticket you will receive a link with your e-ticket in the confirmation email. Please print this e-ticket and bring it with you and present to the Box Office.
If you have chosen Collect at Box Office, Please print your confirmation email and bring it with you and present to the Box Office along with some photographic ID. We recommend you arrive a minimum of 30 minutes before the show to collect your tickets and settle into your seats.
Suitable For Children
Recommended for ages 3-16 years
Please note that the production is not suitable for children under 3 (in terms of content and to minimize disruption to audience and actors). However, if you decide to bring a younger child, you must purchase a ticket for them.
No babes in arms.
No refunds or exchanges after purchase.
Where Do I Go
Theatre Royal Haymarket
18 Suffolk St, London SW1Y 4HT1
By Tube: Piccadilly Circus; Leicester Square or Charing Cross Tube Station
April 29, 2019
A lovely show with great puppets. Definitely not for the age group recommended which was 3-16, as far to young for children over 10. My 11 year old twins geprandaughters thought the puppets were good but it was 'a bit babyish' . I agree! Their 5 year old brother really enjoyed it, sat still the whole time with his glued to the stage!
April 23, 2019
We go to theatres a lot, but this one didn’t live up to the expectations. It’s in such beautiful theater, but we booked the ticket to be seated in the second row which was a mistake! The stage is so high up and we practically had to be looking up the whole time. Mr. McGregor had strange face mask on it was very strange to watch especially when there were five of them singinging about how much he hates Peter. I get that he’s a big part of the story but there were two songs sang by him which wasn’t very warm nor pleasant to hear- this is meant to be kids show!!? We didn’t enjoy the main lady’s singing voice- it felt she was telling off Jamima all the time as her voice was very sharp- though lady singing Jamima had a wonderful warm voice. £33/ticket is one of the top prices I have paid for a show in london and I didn’t feel it was value for money, sadly. Puppets were clearly made and very pretty, and my six year old son had an ok time.
April 9, 2019
Puppets were amazing and so were the actors/actresses. It was a shame it wasn’t at least the hour advertised.