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April

  • 9–11 MAST Mayflower Studios Southampton Book now
  • 13–14 Greenwich Theatre London Booking soon
  • 15–16 Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds Bury Saint Edmunds Booking soon
  • 20–24 Curve Theatre Leicester Book now
  • 26–27 The Atkinson Southport Book now
  • 29–30 Leeds Playhouse Leeds Book now

May

  • 1–2 Brierley Hill Civic Hall Brierley Hill Book now
  • 6–7 The Cube Corby Book now
  • 13–15 Theatr Clwyd Mold Book now
  • 18–20 Lyceum Theatre Sheffield Book now
  • 21–22 Grand Opera House York Book now
  • 28 May–1 Jun artsdepot London Book now

June

  • 14–15 White Rock Theatre Hastings Book now
  • 17–19 Theatre Royal Winchester Winchester Book now
  • 28–29 Forum Theatre Barrow-in-Furness Book now

July

  • 1–2 Belgrade Theatre Coventry Book now
  • 5–7 Lanark Memorial Hall Lanark Book now
  • 8–9 Howden Park Centre Livingston Book now
  • 13–14 South Hill Park Arts Centre Bracknell Book now
  • 17–18 Grove Theatre Dunstable Book now
  • 23–24 Redgrave Theatre Bristol Book now
  • 25–27 The Radlett Centre Radlett Booking soon
  • 30 Jul–21 Aug The Lowry Salford Book now

August

  • 24 Aug–4 Sep Rose Theatre Kingston upon Thames Book now

Where we've been

Tall Stories has toured The Gruffalo around the UK and the world since its premiere at Chester Gateway Theatre in May 2001 - just 18 months after the book was published! 

As well as London West End runs at the Lyric Theatre, Duchess Theatre, Vaudeville Theatre and Arts Theatre the show has been to nearly every major regional theatre in the UK, plus the USA (including the New Victory Theater in New York), Canada, Australia (including Sydney Opera House), New Zealand, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, Poland, China, South Africa, Chile and the Philippines.

An Australian production is produced by CDP Theatre Producers. 

A German language version is produced by Junges Theater Bonn.

Arabic and Hebrew versions of the show are produced in Israel by Orna Porat Theater for Children and Youth and Elmina Multicultural Theater for Children and Youth.

A South African production is produced by the National Arts Festival.