We re Going On A Bear Hunt Reviews

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Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (3.9 Stars)

Number of reviews: 6

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5.0 star rating Karen from USA visiting daughter in London

LOVED, LOVED,LOVED IT!

It was a wonderful performance and one that everyone should enjoy. All of the children in the audience seemed to be genuinely engaged and enjoying it immensely. I would definitely go see it again!!!!! The cast in the 11 am Sept. 6 performance was exceptional! It was so enjoyable to see my granddaughter's face light up as she watched!

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4.5 star rating Jodi from West London from London,

FUN DAY OUT / LOTS OF LAUGHS

Caught the show with a friend and our toddlers, who laughed, clapped, sang along and really enjoyed themselves. Very engaging and interactive throughout the show. The only disappointment was to inform my daughter that the bear had to go home for lunch, cause she really wanted more. Thought the sets and props creative, but really not the focus of our attention.

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4.5 star rating Racheyg from UK

BRILLIANT

I took my 3 year old, it was his first trip to the theatre. The other reviews do state about the lack of scenery, but that isn't important. It's about children using their imagination? Yes towels do make a river, cardboard boxes for trees. There was singing and dancing. My 3 year old loved it and from the sounds of the laughing and screaming so did all the other children. only an hour long ideal for a child any longer and they'd get bored!

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4.5 star rating Emma from London,

FANTASTIC

Imaginative, funny and seriously energetic. Enthusiastic cast, and kids get squirted with water when the family splash through the river, 'snowed on' with foam when they have to make their way through the snowstorm - and what about when they have to squelch through the mud...?! All gets quite messy up there on stage. We (took my daughters aged 3 & 4) liked it a lot and recommended it to all.

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4.0 star rating Steph from London,

REALLY ENJOYED AND WOULD RECOMMEND

I went to this with my one year old and five year old and a six year old niece. We all loved it. Very much aimed at young children, very interactive and followed the story that the kids know so well. It was the perfect length show for their age and kept them engaged throughout. Absolutely would recommend.

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1.0 star rating Ms kemi from London,

DISSAPOINTED

We took our daughters, almost 5 years old, to watch this last weekend and we were disappointed!! We travelled from Essex into London for a lovely day out but the show was over before we knew it (an hour). We'd read the book several times and even know the words so you can imagine how excited we were BUT the performance and the stage set were not at all pleasing. The start and end of the show were very very underwhelming, and it seemed no effort was made with the props. This is probably not the case but that's how it came across to us. We were very disappointed.

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