1000 free tickets to be given away for West End show, Jungle Rumble

Preform Productions are giving away 1,000 free tickets for Jungle Rumble to disadvantaged children.

1000 free tickets to be given away for West End show, Jungle Rumble

The producers of the new musical Jungle Rumble, the half-term theatrical treat which is playing at The Fortune Theatre from 14-20 February 2022, are offering free tickets to hundreds of families who could not normally stretch to the expense of a West End trip.

General tickets are priced at £15, but Perform Productions are distributing 1,000 free tickets to children and their families via primary schools in London and the South East of England (eligible to children for whom they receive a pupil premium). Mousetrap Theatre Projects will also distribute 100 tickets through its channels to those who could not otherwise attend.

Lucy Quick, co-founder of Perform, said: 

“We are keen believers that the arts should be accessible to everyone. With many of today's West End tickets going for up to £300, and with growing cuts to arts funding in education, many children will never have the chance to experience the thrill of a live theatre performance”. 

Jungle Rumble features a fabulous line-up of West End performers, uplifting songs and thrilling choreography, along with an inspirational message about working together to protect the Earth. Join ancient elephant Eeli, shy zebra Zella and cheeky monkey Boo as they journey deep into the heart of the jungle on a fearless expedition to rescue Snow, the last white lion, from the evil Lord Braggard.

Jungle Rumble offers a perfect half-term day out for the whole family. It runs from 14th to the 20th February at The Fortune Theatre, Russell St, London (Covent Garden) at various times during the day (running time 45 minutes). To book, or for more information, visit: https://www.atgtickets.com/shows/jungle-rumble/fortune-theatre/.

Header Image Credit: Alison Duguid PR


Faith Martin

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Faith worked as a freelance journalist for a year after finishing her studies at Portsmouth College, writing for a number of esteemed publications as well as running her own music blog before joining Voice Magazine as a Kickstart Trainee Journalist. An avid vinyl collector and gig-goer, Faith also campaigns for disability rights and better disabled access at live music events.

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