Tickets are on sale right up through the month of August and while many shows quickly sell out, there are plenty of hits you can book in for. And remember, if you don't get tix through Kids' Week, there are lotteries, apps and other ways to try to score cheap London theatre tickets.
Official London Theatre has also announced the shows in its New Year's Sale - great if you're desperate to catch something on stage, with tickets starting from just £10.
How does Kids' Week work?
When accompanied by an adult paying full price, little ones can revel in the magic of the West End for nothing - you can take a sibling or a friend along, too, as families pick up two additional children's tickets for half price with every transaction.
What else is on besides shows during Kids' Week?
Ticket holders get added perks during Kids' Week: they're also able to attend cool workshops on everything from choreography to magic, as well as getting VIP backstage tours and cast Q&As.
2019 activities included choreography workshops with Come From Away and Thriller Live, cast Q&As with The Girl on the Train and Wicked casts, a singing workshop with Waitress and backstage tours with Captain Corelli's Mandolin and The Night of the Iguana.
If you don't get tickets immediately, don't despair. While some shows do sell out instantly, there are usually seats available for shows right up through August - and you may discover a brilliant new production you hadn't known about.
When can I start booking for Kids' Week August 2020?
Sign up now to get all the latest Kids' Week updates first. Tickets typically go on sale the second Tuesday in June - so mark June 8, 2020 in your diaries.
|What||Kids' Week 2020: Here's what you need to know|
|Where||Various Locations | MAP|
01 Aug 20 – 31 Aug 20, various
|Website||Click here to book|