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Theatre shows inspired by books

From the page to the stage... We round up a selection of top shows adapted from books

Posted: 4 January 2012
by Kimberley Chen

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The Tiger Who Came to Tea UK tour

Until September 2 2012

The classic tale of an unusual tea time visitor by Judith Kerr has been enjoyed for over four decades. Now children can also be thoroughly entertained by this theatrical version of The Tiger Who Came to Tea. Sophie and her mummy are just about to have tea, when the doorbell rings. What they don’t expect to see is a huge tiger with an even bigger appetite.

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