The Tiger Who Came to Tea coming to Bahrain’s Cultural Hall this month

The musical adaptation of Judith Kerr’s book is coming all the way from the West End

The Tiger Who Came to Tea coming to Bahrain’s Cultural Hall this month

The Tiger Who Came to Tea has entertained generations of kids since it was first published in 1968.

And now a musical adaptation of Judith Kerr’s widely-popular children’s book is coming to Bahrain’s Cultural Hall this month.

The Olivier Award-nominated show is on tour all the way from the West End, and there will be seven performances in the Kingdom.

The show follows Sophie and her mum’s adventure as their afternoon is interrupted by a tiger who drinks all their tea.

Families should expect plenty of sing-a-long songs during the show and plenty of surprises.

Tickets are BHD15, or you can pick up a package deal for a family of four for BHD54.

Performances will be held at 11.30am on Saturday November 23, and at 8.45am and 10.45am on November 25, 26 and 27.

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BHD15 (per person), BHD54 (family of four). Sat Nov 23 11.30am; Mon 25, Tue 26 and Wed 27 8.45am and 10.45. Cultural Hall, Manama (3961 6858).

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