Extra Kids Week Tickets Released, Extends In The West End


With Kids Week in the West End now well into its three-week run, children can continue to enjoy the special ‘Kids Go Free' offer for a fantastic line-up of shows until 4 September 2011.

With nearly 70,000 Kids Week tickets to more than 30 shows already snapped up, ticket stocks are being topped up for hit shows such as Legally Blonde The Musical, Potted Potter and Shrek The Musical. Other productions to treat the children to include Jersey Boys and Priscilla Queen of the Desert - the Musical for older teenagers, The Tiger Who Came To Tea for the under-5s, and Wicked and The 39 Steps for the whole family to enjoy.

During Kids Week, a child 16 years old or under can experience the magic of London theatre and see an amazing selection of shows for free when they are accompanied by a full paying adult, plus two additional children can go at half price (per transaction).

Olivier Award nominees Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner have been casting a spell over Kids Week audiences with their hit show Potted Potter which is playing at the Garrick Theatre until 2nd September. Dan said: "We are happy and proud that our show is playing a part in the annuAl West End institution which is Kids Week. It's great that initiatives such as this enable so many children to experience the excitement and audience interaction which live theatre offers." His co-star Jeff added: "The whole Kids Week ethos of offering children magical opportunities to meet their favourite actors or explore what happens behind the scenes in the West End is brilliant. Hopefully the unforgettable memories they take away will encourage them to return again and again!"

Book for Kids Week shows via www.kidsweek.co.uk or call the Ticketmaster 24hr Kids Week hotline on 0844 248 5151 (no booking or postage fees on Kids Week tickets).

Join the Kids Week buzz on Facebook and Twitter (@kidsweek) and visit www.kidsweek.co.uk for handy information on discounts for Family & Friends Railcards and car parking, along with family-friendly restaurant and hotel deals.

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