Hit children’s show Hey Duggee is to tour the UK for the first time ever in a vibrant and interactive stage show.
The smash hit CBeebies series is brought to life through innovative puppetry and storytelling in Hey Duggee The Live Theatre Show, which will tour across the UK from December through to summer 2023.
Visiting 24 theatres, Hey Duggee The Live Theatre Show includes a four-week run at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall (London) from December 14.
Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday July 1 (regional theatres) and at 10am Monday July 4 (London) from www.ticketmaster.co.uk and direct from theatres.
Since bursting onto TV screens in 2014, Hey Duggee, a BBC and Studio AKA creation, has won no fewer than six BAFTAs and is an international Emmy award-winning hit. It was the most streamed children’s show on BBC iPlayer in 2021.
Hey Duggee The Live Theatre Show is presented by award-winning theatre producer Kenny Wax and theatre and live entertainment promoters Cuffe and Taylor in association with Live Nation.
Kenny Wax says: “We are so thrilled to be working with Live Nation, Cuffe & Taylor, Studio AKA and BBC Studios to create a brand new stage show with lots of surprises touring the country with a sit-down month in London over Christmas. I can’t wait.”
Ben Hatton, director of theatre touring for Cuffe and Taylor, adds: “This is an incredibly exciting tour. Hey Duggee is quite simply a phenomenon and has taken the world of children’s entertainment by storm.
“We are delighted to be working with Kenny and his team at Kenny Wax Family Entertainment, as well as all the extended Hey Duggee family at Studio AKA and BBC Studios. We look forward to Duggee and his friends filling theatres around the UK.”
For more information go to www.heyduggee.com
HEY DUGGEE THE LIVE THEATRE SHOW TOUR DATES
|Sat 3 – Sat 10 Dec||Southampton, MAST Mayflower Studios|
|Wed 14 December – Sun 8 Jan||London, Southbank Centre Royal Festival Hall|
|Thu 12 – Sun 15 Jan||Bradford, St George’s Hall|
|Fri 20 – Sun 22 Jan||Darlington, Hippodrome|
|Fri 27 – Sun 29 Jan||Edinburgh, Festival Theatre|
|Thu 2 – Sat 4 Feb||Liverpool, Empire Theatre|
|Tue 7 – Wed 8 Feb||Brighton, Theatre Royal|
|Fri 10 – Sat 11 Feb||Plymouth, Theatre Royal|
|Tue 14 – Wed 15 Feb||Peterborough, New Theatre|
|Sat 18 – Sun 19 Feb||Canterbury, The Marlowe|
|Tue 21 – Wed 22 Feb||Cheltenham, Everyman Theatre|
|Sat 25 – Sun 26 Feb||Poole, Lighthouse Theatre|
|Fri 10 – Sun 12 Mar||Stoke, Regent Theatre|
|Thu 16 – Sat 18 Mar||Sheffield, Lyceum Theatre|
|Fri 24 – Sun 26 Mar||Salford, The Lowry|
|Mon 3 – Tue 4 Apr||Ipswich, Regent Theatre|
|Fri 7 – Sat 8 Apr||Cardiff, Wales Millennium Centre|
|Mon 10 – Wed 12 Apr||Birmingham, Town Hall|
|Fri 14 – Sat 15 Apr||Leicester, Curve|
|Thu 20 – Sat 22 Apr||Bath, The Forum|
|Mon 1 – Sat 6 May||Nottingham, Theatre Royal|
|Sat 13 – Sun 14 May||Southend, Cliffs Pavilion|
|Thu 25 – Sat 27 May||Glasgow, Kings Theatre|
|Tue 30 May – Sat 4 Jun||Kingston-Upon-Thames, Rose Theatre|