Theatre

Here’s how The Railway Children is wowing theatre goers in London

All aboard! London’s King’s Cross Station has welcomed a fresh batch of residents thanks to the latest theatre adaptation of The Railway Children.

With plenty of wow-moments to justify a purpose built 1,000 seat theatre, located just outside the London train station, the family-friendly show is a must-see in the capital right now.

The Railway Children

Jeremy Swift (Mr Perks) and Caroline Harker (mother) star in the new production which features a real train track and stunning 60-tonne steam train.

Family audiences can join Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis as they retell E Nesbit’s classic novel, with hints of humour and a whole lot of warm-heartedness.

The Railway Children

Did we mention the train?

The play has been adapted by Mike Kenney and is directed by Damian Cruden, with design by Joanna Scotcher, lighting by Richard G Jones, music by Christopher Madin and sound by Craig Vear.

The Railway Children

The Railway Children has extended its London run until 6 September, book your tickets today. 

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