Step into the magical world of In the Night Garden and see Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy and Makka Pakka brought to life before your eyes with beautiful costumes, magical puppets, enchanting music and breathtaking projections.
In the Night Garden Live takes place in its own purpose-built, family-friendly Showdome. With just 13 rows of seats, you’ll be close to the action wherever you sit and everyone gets a great view!
There are other shows for young children, but as The Independent wrote, “there’s nothing quite like In the Night Garden Live.”
It doesn’t matter how young your little one is… they’ll love In the Night Garden Live. You will too – and the magical memories you make together. The show opened in London on 25 May and will move around the country over the summer visiting Birmingham and Manchester. Over 800,000 people have seen In the Night Garden Live so far. 96% of parents say they’d recommend it*, and it gets 4.8 out of 5 stars based on 8,768 parents’ reviews.
Igglepiggle, iggle onk, we’re going to…
• catch the Ninky Nonk where Igglepiggle loses his blanket and all his friends help him find it.
• catch the Pinky Ponk and see Makka Pakka wash everyone’s faces. Until his sponge gets stuck in Upsy Daisy’s megaphone.
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