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During the Easter Holidays, The Tiger Who Came To Tea, visits the Theatre Royal Bath’s Main House on Sunday 9 and Monday 10 April with performances at 11.30am and 2.30pm.

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

Direct from the West End, the Olivier Award-nominated musical play, packed with magic and sing-a-long songs, is based on the beloved book by Judith Kerr, with this tour commemorating the centenary of her birth.

Recommended for everyone aged three years and over, family audiences are invited to join Sophie and Mummy as they receive an unexpected visit from a big striped, tea-guzzling tiger in this classic tale of teatime mayhem.

The Blue Badge Bunch

Later in the week, The Blue Badge Bunch tours to The Egg on Thursday 13 and Friday 14 April at 11.30am and 3pm, bringing The disability Taskmaster, an entertaining gameshow which represents a different disability through each game.

The performance enables audiences aged four years and over to learn about disabilities, including Autism and Cerebral Palsy. Hosted by Benny Shakes, who has Cerebral Palsy, alongside resident panellist Mark Nicholas and a guest comedian, the show was shortlisted for the Neurodiverse Representation Award at the Edinburgh Fringe 2022.

All performances are Relaxed and British Sign Language Interpreted.

The Not So Grimm Twins

Also at The Egg, The Not So Grimm Twins brings a (f)un-expected family adventure on Sunday 16 April at 11.30am and 3pm. Children aged four years and over can experience the Grimm Brothers’ tales like never before in a show presented by Wrongsemble.

This new adaptation of the famous stories, featuring world-famous twins, Jake and Will Grimm, who tumble from their magical wagon, is brimming with tales collected from every inch of the globe – from Rapunzel to Red Riding Hood. The Not So Grimm Twins is performed by three actor-musicians and features original live music and puppetry, in a production suitable for the whole family.

Tickets for all shows are on sale at the Theatre Royal Box Office on 01225 448844, The Egg on 01225 823 409 and online at