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21 March 2023 to 16 April 2023 COVENT GARDEN

Hopping over to Covent Garden this Spring, join us for the ultimate family friendly immersive experience, The Peter Rabbit Easter Adventure. This live, immersive outdoor experience will see Beatriz Potter’s much loved characters including Benjamin Bunny, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle and the very mischievous Peter Rabbit himself let loose in one of Central London’s most iconic locations.

Histrionic Productions is thrilled to announce The Peter Rabbit Easter Adventure in the heart of London’s iconic Covent Garden Piazza this Easter from 21 March – 16 April. Through a captivating mix of live performance and puppetry, visitors will be transported back in time to see Covent Garden of old, teeming with fresh flowers, fruit and vegetables. During this brand-new 50-minute interactive adventure, families will experience Peter Rabbit’s adventures in person as they accompany Beatrix Potter in search for secret notes, maps, and other clues and will meet Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle and a few surprise encounters along the way.! Kids will absolutely love it!

The Easter Adventure Shop will open in Covent Garden’s iconic Market Building on 5th March.  On sale will be Peter Rabbit merchandise, a café to relax and refuel in as well as an amazing activity area.  Included in the ticket will be an ‘Activity Burrow’ for creative crafting for all ages, including letter writing to Beatrix Potter and a Peter Rabbit reading corner.  Additional activities available on site include Mr. McGregor’s Obstacle Course for thrill-seeking children who want to test their driving skills in a mini-ROVER for ages 4 and above and families will have the opportunity to clamber onto Mr. McGregor’s tractor and have a souvenir photograph taken with Peter Rabbit.

This is the PERFECT Easter experience and one not to be missed.

Tickets go on sale on Monday 27 February at midday

The show will be adapted by Calum Finlay, directed by Barney McElholm and designed by Tina Torbey.