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This adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s Stick Man is funny and touching. Buy your Stick Man London tickets now.

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What to expect

The team behind Zog, Tabby McTat, and Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales are back with an adaptation based on Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's Stick Man. It is a play full of songs, puppetry, live music, and funky moves. Freckle Productions, the people behind Tabby McTat, features a trio of top actors in this award-winning production of Stick Man. This funny, touching, and utterly original adaptation recreates the journey of Stick Man. Be part of Stick Man's journey to reach his family tree by Christmas, and get your Stick Man London tickets now.

About Stick Man

What is Stick Man about?

Stick Man, written by Julia Donaldson, is illustrated by Axel Scheffler. The book is about a wooden stick that gets separated from his family tree and his journey to get back to his family. He is later reunited with his family with the help of Father Christmas.

This stage play, based on the book, has garnered rave reviews around the world. The performances are superb and relatable. The adaptation, based on Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's Stick Man, by the award-winning production house Freckle Productions, (producers of Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales, Zog, and Tabby McTat) features a trio of top actors and is full of beautiful songs, brilliant puppetry, live music, and funky moves. The story is utterly original and very innovative and the performances of the Stick Man prove that this Christmas, the return story of the wooden stick needs to be seen to be believed.

The story revolves around Stick Man who goes on a journey to get back to his family. It starts as a normal day and a little jog for the stick, but soon becomes a misadventure for our hero, Stick Man. A dog wants to play fetch with Stick Man, a swan tries to build a nest with the Stick Man, and he is used in several other ways before he ends up on fire. This is how Stick Man gets separated from the family. After Father Christmas helps him, the moral of the story is that there are always people that will help you and that any risk you take needs to be a calculated one.

What age is Stick Man suitable for?

Stick Man is suitable for people of all ages.

How long is Stick Man?

The runtime of Stick Man is 55 minutes.

Who is in the Stick Man cast?

Directed by Mark Kane, the stellar cast of the play includes Richard Chalk-Iles as Stick Man, Elliott Rennie as Actor-Musician, and Safeena Ladha as Stick Lady Love. The songs are by Benji Hower, while the lighting is done by Eleanor Higgins. Katie Sykes was the production designer.

Stick Man is the perfect family day out this Christmas, and the performances of the cast have to be seen to be believed. You will definitely feel welcomed by the story of the Stick Man and how he returns home to his family tree before Christmas.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is Leicester Square Theatre?

The address of the venue is Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place, London, WC2H 7BX, United Kingdom.

How do I get to the venue?

There are many ways that you can reach your destination and enjoy the show. Situated right in the heart of central London, Leicester Square Theatre can be accessed in several ways. If you are driving to the theatre, please be aware that parking is limited.

The nearest Tube Stations to the Leicester Square Theatre are Leicester Square Tube Station, which is just a two-minute walk to the theatre, Piccadilly Circus Station, just a five-minute walk, Charing Cross, a 7-10 minutes walk, and Tottenham Court Road is just a 10-minute walk to the venue.

Check your map and time before starting the journey for a pleasant experience.

Get your ticket now or call the box office for more details. Remember to check the timings on your ticket before travelling to the destination.

Where can I park?

There is no parking available at Leicester Square Theatre. However, you can park your car in nearby China Town.

Where are the toilets at the theatre?

There are toilets available below the main foyer area.

Is the theatre accessible?

Yes, the theatre is accessible. However, it is not suitable for large wheelchairs. The staff will be on hand at all times to help you navigate around.

Where can I eat nearby?

There are many options in which to grab a bite to eat near the Leicester Square Theatre in London. Restaurants like All Bar One, The Moon Under Water, Whitcombs, The Stage at the Londoner, The Bosporus UK, and Leicester Square Kitchen are all good options for families.

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