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London For Toddlers: The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck by Quantum Theatre
Museum
Theatre
All ages

The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck by Quantum Theatre

£10 - £50

New for 2024, Quantum presents a delightful new adaptation of Beatrix Potter’s much-loved tale — The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck.

Prevented from hatching her eggs at the farm, foolish Jemima goes in search of a nesting place in the forest and soon she meets a charming ‘gentleman’ who offers her the perfect nesting place in his wood-shed.

But why is his wood-shed full of feathers and why is he asking her to collect the herbs for roast duck?

Back at the farm, the Collie-dog, Kep, puts two and two together, but will he be in time to rescue Jemima from her fate?

This is an outdoor event so please come dressed for the weather with low-backed seating and refreshments if you wish.

PRICES

Adult £18
Child £10
Concession £10
Family £50

OPENING TIMES

14:30–16:00

ADDRESS

Burlington Lane, Chiswick

W4 2RP

GETTING HERE
Rail/Underground

Turnham Green

Bus

190, E3, 533

Parking

If you are visiting the gardens during the day, the public car park is situated just off the westbound A4 and clearly marked by a brown tourist board entrance sign

MORE INFO
PLACES TO EAT

The Café is open every day from 8am serving Colicci’s signature speciality coffee and homemade cakes

FAMILY FACILITIES

Strollers and pushchairs can be stored at the buggy park in the main entrance, unfortunately they cannot be permitted into the House but there are baby carriers you can borrow

DOGS

Assistance animals are welcome, and drinking water is available for them at the Café.

ACCESSIBILITY

Access to the House is through the Shop (at the back of the House). There is one step up and a ramp is available if required. All areas of the ground floor are open to visitors and there is some static seating and portable fold-out chairs to carry with you.
You can borrow a wheelchair during your visit
An accessible bathroom is at the top of a shallow ramp