LONDON, June 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
For all of August this year, London's West End theatres are providing thousands of free tickets for kids along with free theatre workshops and backstage tours.
London's Kids Week has a record 38 London shows to choose from this year along with over 1,500 workshop places; a great opportunity in London for kids. With so much to choose from, UrbanExplorer has produced a special edition 'Top Ten Guide to Kids Week 2012' to help young theatre-goers discover the best bits.
For the first time ever, Kids Week runs for the entire month of August giving more children the opportunity to see a fantastic West End show for free. One free child ticket per full priced adult ticket and additional kids tickets can be purchased for half price with no postage or booking fees. Tickets are available from June 12th.
It has been a very good year for kids' theatre in London. With Urban Explorer favourite; the multi-award winning Matilda leading the pack. Some of the shows featured in the UrbanExplorer.com Top Ten Guide to Kids Week include Matilda, The Lion King, Singin' in the Rain, Billy Elliot and The Tiger Who Came to Tea as well as a selection of exclusive dance and backstage workshops.
Kids Week , organised by The Society of London Theatre is celebrating it's 15th year in 2012 and is part of the London 2012 Festival celebrating arts & culture.
Kids week is running at the same time as the London Olympics, enabling families with or without sporting events tickets to come to London and soak up the Olympic atmosphere followed by a West End show.
Notes to editors
The Kids Week special edition: http://www.urbanexplorer.com/newsletters/kidsweek/
UrbanExplorer.com is the online guide to the best things for kids in London with a Top Ten Weekend Guide released every Thursday to the most interesting events that coming weekend within the M25. Inclusion in the Top Ten is based purely on merit and a subjective edit of the things we love and find interesting. UrbanExplorer.com features no advertising. Previous editions can be viewed here: http://www.UrbanExplorer.com/newsletters
For further information, please contact Ana Potter: [email protected]
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