Half Moon is a theatre in Limehouse, East London. We produce and present professional theatre for children at our Limehouse venue, as well as touring work nationally. We also have an extensive Creative Learning programme, giving children and young people from birth to 18 (or 25 for disabled young people) an opportunity to participate in a variety of drama and theatre activities in schools, community settings and at Half Moon. We are proud to offer high quality theatre and an affordable experience. With Youth Theatre sessions from £3 and all tickets £7, we offer excellent value and some of the cheapest London theatre tickets.
Find us at...
- Half Moon Theatre
- 43 White Horse Road
- E1 0ND
Our family-friendly offer
On street car parking (free at weekends)
Fully accessible with 2 lifts
Unisex baby changing facilities
Space for buggies
Chalk boards and books for children
Half Moon is a fully accessible building. Our blind and visually impaired audiences can pre-book touch tours prior to all performances. Some shows have British Sign Language for Deaf and hearing impaired audiences. We have baby changing facilities and space for buggies.
London20 September 2019
Blink. Blink again. What do you see? Day by day your world is filling up with colour. Reds and blues, yellows and greens. Twinkling lights that glisten and gleam.0 - 1 years
London02 November 2019
Lily and Nina are out on their fishing boat, off on another voyage full of music and song! Their latest adventure is all about birds; big and small, fast and slow, flapping and gliding and pecking at ...1 - 4 years
London14 November 2019
Poor Polly Buckwheat, the Miller’s daughter, is in a bit of a pickle! If she doesn’t turn a roomful of straw into gold by morning, the greedy King will turn a bit nasty. But should she acc...4 - 13 years
London29 November 2019
An interactive performance for babies aged 0-18 months and their grown-ups. The audience is taken on a sparkling and shimmering immersive journey exploring the world of reflective materials wrapped up...0 - 1 years
London11 January 2020
There was once a little girl so small she could float on a lily pad and ride on the back of a dragonfly. Hans Christian Andersen’s tale of a girl no bigger than a thumb and her encounters with a...2 - 11 years
London18 January 2020
One cold winter morning Mimi discovers something extraordinary- a baby dragon asleep in the woodshed! The little creature is lost and frightened. But how did he get there and what happens if his mothe...3 - 11 years