A show for ages 3+ that’s a little bit rock and roll. Mr. Tiger lived a perfectly proper life in a perfectly proper city and everything was perfectly fine . . . until the day he had a wonderfully WILD idea! Join Mr Tiger on a musical adventure full of fun and laughter as he journeys from the city to the jungle.
Adapted from the acclaimed international bestseller by Peter Brown, Mr Tiger Goes Wild is a story about being yourself and features original rocking music played live by actor musicians that will have children ages 3+ enthralled from start to finish.
Mr Tiger was first performed in December 2014 at Chelsea Theatre in London
From July - November 2015, Mr Tiger Goes Wild went on a UK tour, including a month at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at the Pleasance. For photos from the 2015 tour, click here
Mr Tiger Goes Wild completed a sell-out run at Southbank Centre in Feb 2016 as part of Imagine Festival.
* * * * Timeout
“An unmissable musical delight… made the children in the packed audience scream with incredulous laughter”.
* * * * The Stage
“Memorably creative children’s theatre… A real treat… a laughter-packed family show”
* * * * Everything Theatre
"Wonderful… creative, high-quality kid's theatre… with rocking songs (that I was still humming on the train home)"
“A Brilliant show for children of all ages”
“An Innovative production… a madcap musical tale”
“Live music, puppetry and a witty script all combine to create a hugely entertaining piece… with such a talented trio of musicians this is a brilliant way to introduce a younger audience into the world of jazz.”
“there is so much to enjoy in this innovative piece of children's theatre”
“Excellent… great fun for the youngsters, who joined in with the crowd participation with glee… the ideal introduction to the theatre.”
“It is a treat for youngsters and adults alike.”
“The vast array of instruments on show is an inspiration itself”
“It is great to see jazz music introduced to a younger audience and hopefully it will be an inspiration to some.”
Music and Lyrics by Will Dollard, Mary Erskine and David Lydon
Directed by James Blakey
Designed by Hannah Saibai
Lighting Design by Alistair Armstrong
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