Kids Week is an initiative of Society of London Theatre, the organisation that represents the producers, theatre owners and managers of the major commercial and grant-aided theatres in central London.
Kids Week has been running for an incredible 19 years. Originally just one week long, it has grown and grown in popularity over the years and now runs throughout the whole month of August! A child aged 16 or under can go free to any participating show when accompanied by an adult paying full price. Parents can also purchase up to two extra children’s tickets at half price. Plus, there are no booking or postage fees to pay!Children can also take part in a fantastic range of free activities and workshops.
We are a very small, dedicated team, who are passionate about introducing young people to the magic of theatre.
Booking a wheelchair space
Customers who require wheelchair accessible seats will need to book directly with the theatre's box office. Please quote ‘Kids Week' when booking your tickets. The venue will offer you either the Kids Week rate or their existing Access rate, whichever is the cheaper. Please note that the two rates cannot be used in conjunction.
Further access requirements
If you do not require a wheelchair space but would like to speak to an advisor about the location and accessibility of seats available in the Kids Week promotion, please call our booking line on 0844 995 9662 (calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone company's access charge. International callers should use +44 115 896 0207) to discuss your seating requirements and get help purchasing your seats. Please be aware that Kids Week is only given an allocation of tickets from the theatre so specific seats and prices are not guaranteed.
A number of London shows are offering sign language interpreted, captioned and audio-described performances throughout the summer, outside of the Kids Week deal. You can view more information on Official London Theatre’s Assisted Performances page.
Published three times a year, the Access London Theatre brochure features audio-described, captioned, signed and relaxed performance listings and is available in large print, Braille and CD.