Tickets for In The Night Garden Live in Portsmouth have gone on sale – here’s how to get them 

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Smash-hit children’s show In The Night Garden is coming to Portsmouth next year and tickets have gone on sale now. 

Iggle Piggle and the gang will be visiting the The Kings Theatre in Albert Road, Southsea, April next year, as part of a nationwide tour. 

Iggle Piggle and friends will be coming to Portsmouth next year. Picture: Cbeebies

Iggle Piggle and friends will be coming to Portsmouth next year. Picture: Cbeebies

The widely popular CBeebies show is hitting the road for a UK theatre tour for first time ever for In the Night Garden Live in 2019. 

And it is set to be the perfect musical theatre experience for the entire family with your little one’s favourite stars - Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy, Makka Pakka and friends - all brought beautifully to life in a specially-written new story using full-size costumes and magical puppets with enchanting music and dancing.

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In the Night Garden Live will be touring the UK from February next year – and as well as Portsmouth includes stops in Reading. 

When is the show coming to Portsmouth? 

In the Night Garden Live will be visiting the Kings Theatre in Southsea on April 13 and April 14, 2019. 

The next closest show to our area – if you can’t make the Portsmouth ones – is at The Hexagon in Reading on April 11 and April 12, 2019.

How can I get tickets? 

Tickets went on sale at 10am today (October 17) and are available from Kings Theatres website – by clicking here

Here is how much the tickets will cost: 

- Premium tickets £20.50

- Standard tickets £18.50 | £16.50 | £14.50

- Baby on lap tickets available for children under the age of 6 months

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Is there anything else I need to know about the show? 

The show lasts just under an hour - so perfect for the younger ones - and it’s a completely new production

Oliver Seadon, Executive Producer said ‘When we made In the Night Garden Live we never imagined it would run for 10 years and that over a million visitors would come to see it.

‘It's incredibly exciting now to be making a brand-new show and taking it into theatres all over the country.

‘This will be the first time that audiences get to see In the Night Garden Live in their local theatre.’

In the Night Garden Live is written by Helen Eastman (writer of Bing Live) and based on the Ragdoll television series created by Andrew Davenport. 

Directed by acclaimed Royal Ballet choreographer and director Will Tuckett, the show is produced by Minor Entertainment under licence from DHX Media.

Mr Tuckett said, ‘Children know these characters so well, much better than we ever might think.

‘They see them as proper friends- when they appear on stage live they are seeing friends liberated from the television or tablet.

‘They are there, waving at THEM.  Taking your child to see them live on stage is an extraordinary experience - it’s a genuinely heartwarming and truly magical thing and makes me love my job as much as I do.’ 

This delightful classic, which premiered in 2010 before becoming a summer entertainment fixture, is a firm favourite with young pre-schoolers and their parents.