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From best-selling author Jacqueline Wilson, the tale of plucky Hetty Feather is brought to stage by award-winning script writer Emma Reeves (CBBC’s Hetty Feather, The Story of Tracy Beaker, Eve) and the Olivier Award nominated director Sally Cookson, whose critically-acclaimed production of Jane Eyre seen at the Bristol Old Vic will be revived at the National Theatre this Autumn. Featuring a musical score by Benji Bower, thrilling aerial and circus skills and a huge heart, Hetty Feather is the must-see show for this summer.
Following its sell-out 2014 run in London’s West End and a 2015 Olivier Award nomination for Best Family and Entertainment, Hetty Feather returns to the West End for a smashing summer season of 40 performances.
★★★★★ 'Wilson’s plot makes a strong case for the power of invention and the magic of storytelling... both of which it delivers on spectacularly' The Independent
Hetty Feather tickets onsale Friday 20th March.
Age restrictionRecommended for 7+, minimum entry age 3 years
Running time2h15min including one interval
Under 3 years not admitted.
Venue InformationDuke of Yorks TheatreSt Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BG
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Special OfferHetty Feather Ticket Offer Details
Save £7.00 on Band A seats! Now only £35.00 valuid all performances subject to availability.
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