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London For Toddlers: Home
Theatre
2 - 7 yrs

Home

July 13, 2024 - July 14, 2024

£12

When a storm swallows up their house, Anastasiia and her dog Djonnik have to look for a new one. Join them to explore what makes a house a home.

During their journey through many different landscapes, they meet all kinds of animals. Could they live with one of their animal friends?

The giraffe’s home is much too big, and the penguin’s house is much too cold, but the brave friends don’t give up.

Through animated paintings and complementary music, children are taken on a journey through a fairytale-like world to find a house that feels like home again.

This production is inspired by creator Anastasiia Liubchenko’s personal story. She left her house in Ukraine to find a new home in the Netherlands.

PRICES

Standard entry: From £12

OPENING TIMES

11:00, 14:00

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This show is predominantly non-verbal with the story told through gesture, physicality, projection and visuals and is suitable for non-English speakers, audiences with English as a second language, or those with developing communication skills.

This event is a Relaxed Performance (RP).

Relaxed Performances have a relaxed approach to noise and movement in the space, and you are free to enter and exit during the performances. A chill-out space and noise-cancelling headphones are available for both adults and children. There are no adjustments to sound and lighting for these performances.

ADDRESS

Belvedere Road

SE1 8XX

GETTING HERE
Rail/Underground
Parking

Four Blue Badge parking spaces available for visitors located on the Queen Elizabeth Hall slip road off Belvedere Road, there is a drop-off on the slip road outside Southbank Centre Square. Parking in the local area is very restricted.

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PLACES TO EAT

There are a wide variety of restaurants and cafes to enjoy around the site, as well as the Southbank Centre Food Market.

FAMILY FACILITIES

The site is fully accessible to pushchairs, all the venues have public toilets with wheelchair access and baby changing facilities.

DOGS

Companion dogs welcome

ACCESSIBILITY

All ticket offices, toilets, performance and exhibition spaces at the Southbank Centre are accessible to all, as are the cafes, bars and restaurants across the site.