The Railway Children

HISTORY


The Railway Children was originally staged by York Theatre Royal in partnership with the National Railway Museum in 2008, and ran for two packed summer seasons on location at the museum in York.

In 2010, the production transferred to Waterloo Station, playing to sell out houses in the former Eurostar terminal.

Returning in 2011, the show won the Olivier Award for Best Entertainment before crossing the Atlantic and opening in Toronto, Canada.

Now returning to London, this time at King’s Cross Station, the extraordinary production of The Railway Children is enchanting and entertaining audiences anew in a purpose built theatre.


 

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