Guess How Much I Love You
Arts Theatre, London
Guess How Much I Love You - Arts Theatre, London
Age Restriction: Babes in arms, aged 18 months or under, will be permitted access to the Arts Theatre without a ticket for performances of this show. Babies must be securely strapped to their parent or carer by way of a baby carrier, sling, papoose or similar. Children over 18 months, or in push chairs, will be required to purchase a child ticket.
Important Information: Please note, there are no baby changing facilities at the Arts Theatre.
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This Christmas the West End will hand itself over to the festive season and welcome an array of shows suitable for children and families, from The Snowman at the Peacock Theatre to The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show at the Ambassadors Theatre.
Now we can add Guess How Much I Love You to the list as the stage version of Sam McBratney’s beloved children’s books comes to the Arts Theatre. It will be a chance to experience the magic of Little and Big Nutbrown Hare in London’s West End, with puppetry and music guiding the way.
The show is suitable for anyone above the age of three and it is a heartwarming story of the beloved hares as they attempt to guess their love for one another using measurements that get bigger and bigger.
It has its origins in the 1994 book of the same name, one of many from Sam McBratney that features such characters, with the follow ups Guess How Much I Love You All Year Round, Let’s Play In The Snow and The Adventures Of Little Nutbrown Hare also boasting many fans. He often teams up with illustrator Anita Jeram for the books and has had great success with a range of titles since the 1970s.
So welcome Little and Big Nutbrown Hare into your hearts this Christmas as this iconic duo of children’s literature finds a new home in London’s theatre district.
Guess How Much I Love You runs at the Arts Theatre from Wednesday 6th December 2017.
Show & Venue InformationArts Theatre
6-7 Great Newport Street
Wednesday, 06 December 2017
Sunday, 31 December 2017
50min (no interval)