A fun-packed performance that will transport families to an adventure in Africa
A new children’s stage show from the creator of Tweenies, How Lion Became King Of Tinga Tinga Land follows the adventure of the Wise Old Bird Banjoko who decides that the land of Tinga Tinga should have a king, and how she sets about finding the suitable animal worthy of the crown.
On her journey ‘Banjoko’ meets the cheeky monkey Maliki, a kind but goofy giraffe named Gowon, a groovy zebra called Zalika and a very proud lion called Lutalo. Each animal in the show brings a unique character to the stage and a special story and song which the audience is invited to sing.
Mixing classic nursery rhymes with traditional East African folktales from the animals of the African plains, five performers lead audiences through a lively journey filled with music, puppetry, dancing, and plenty of interaction. With kids encouraged to turn up in costume as their favourite animal, this is going to be an energetic, cross-cultural and fun show for your little ones.
Not recommended for under 3s. Runtime: 2 hours. All ticket prices for How Lion Became King Of Tinga Tinga Land are inclusive of booking fees: YPlan will not charge you any additional amounts for your tickets. When booking tickets, please make sure to book from one account at the same time if you want to be seated together; you will be allocated the best available seats in the selected seating area. For your comfort and security, you may be subject to additional checks on your visit to London theatres. Your patience and understanding is appreciated while these take place. Valid ID required for ticket collection.
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Leicester Square Theatre, Soho
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