Once or twice a year I take my daughter on a Mummy-Daughter Day to see a show in the West End and go out for lunch or dinner. Next month we will be going to see Hetty Feather.
If you are a fan of Jacqueline Wilson, then you might be familiar with this book. There’s also a CBBC adaptation of the book (we haven’t watched it but I’ve just put it on series link). But nothing beats seeing a show live on stage.
Hetty Feather is the story of an orphan girl living in Victorian London. Hetty sneaks away from Foundling Hospital one day to see the circus, and to try and find her family. Hetty is an adventurous and resourceful girl who has many adventures before finding her mother.
Hetty Feather is playing at The Duke of York’s theatre from 6th August until the 6th September (tickets range from £15 to £50). Click here to book your tickets. If you’re not near London, then you can catch the live show at various theatres around the UK.
*Photo Credit: Donald Cooper
We have been given tickets for this show in exchange for this post. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.