Back at The Leicester Square Theatre for the Christmas run, Stick Man is the wonderful stage adaptation of the Julia Donaldson classic.

Having taken the girls to see the show last year and loving it we jumped at the chance to head back this year to share the joy with The Essex Husband as well.

The Leicester Square Theatre is a great location for children’s shows. Apart from the auditorium being downstairs (que a lot of little legs taking their time to get down the stairs) I cannot fault the venue. It’s intimate and unimposing, even sat right at the back your view is fab, and they have ample booster seats for the smaller patrons amongst the audience.

The show itself is inviting and warm-hearted from the moment the curtain rises.

Stick Man - Photo Credit Steve Ullathorne

Stick Man – Photo Credit Steve Ullathorne

It captures the imagination of all in the audience, both big and small, leaving everyone routing for the unlucky Stick Man to get back to his Stick Lady Love in family tree.

From the excellent music, to the chase scenes through the audience, not to mention the very exciting game of catch with some giant beach balls, this show is a great introduction to theatre for youngsters.

If you are looking for a family show this Christmas, and especially if you have Stick Man fans at home, then I cannot recommend this show highly enough.

I am already planning to see it again in 2015.

Stick Man - Photo Credit Steve Ullathorne

Stick Man – Photo Credit Steve Ullathorne

Stick Man At The Leicester Square Theatre


Performances: Wednesday – Sunday 10.30am | Saturday and Sunday 12.15pm (from 29 November) and 2.00pm | Contact box office (08448 733433 | for additional Christmas performances

Tickets: £12 – £19.50 (Family tickets £50 – £60)

Photo Credit Steve Ullathorne

Photo Credit Steve Ullathorne

I was gifted a family ticket for this show – all views are my own.

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One Thought on “AEW Visits…Stick Man At The Leicester Square Theatre

  1. G Edwards on November 27, 2014 at 8:49 pm said:

    Looks great! The Tiger Who Came To Tea will be in Chelmsford in May so that’s another one to check out.

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