Experience more fun than you can shake a stick at, as the happy-go-lucky Stick Man embarks on his latest adventure at Leicester Square Theatre.
The production is a delightful mix of puppetry, music, and storytelling, and is sure to captivate children and adults alike.
What is Stick Man about?
Enjoy an imaginative adaptation of the much-loved Stick Man books by multi-award-winning author Julia Donaldson and watch in wonder as Stick Man comes to life on stage.
Join Stick Man as he leaves the family tree and encounters a mix of characters and chaos on his incredible journey. Laugh out loud at his hilarious antics that take him to places he’s never been, as he strives to make it home to the family tree in time for Christmas.
Along the way, Stick Man encounters a series of obstacles, including a dog who wants to play fetch with him, a swan who uses him as nest-building material, and a child who uses him as a bat in a game of cricket. Be charmed by amazing puppetry, live music, and groovy moves.
How to book tickets for Stick Man?
Stick Man is currently scheduled to run until 2 January 2024.
How long is Stick Man?
Stick Man lasts for 55 minutes with no interval.
What days and time are the performances?
Performances of the Stick Man play take place from Tuesday to Friday at 11am and 2pm, and Saturday and Sunday at 10.30am, 12.15am and 2pm.
Where is the show playing?
The show is performing at Leicester Square Theatre, close to Leicester Square Tube station.
How to get there:
- Underground - Leicester Square is the closest tube station (Northern and Piccadilly line), a two-minute walk from Leicester Square Theatre.
- Bus - Buses 24, 29 and 176 stop at Charing Cross Road, a three-minute walk from the theatre.
- Cycling - Hire a bike and head to Leicester Square Theatre. Panton Street is the nearest Santander bike dock.
Is there any age restriction?
The show is suitable for all ages. Children under 18 months old do not need a ticket.
What other shows can I see in London?
Enjoy more of the best London shows and musicals for kids with Matilda The Musical at the Cambridge Theatre or follow a tale of sisterhood in a winter wonderland with the popular Disney musical Frozen at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
|Adult Ticket||From £23.40 per ticket|