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At the end of last year we were telling you about a pretty unique show that you actually go and see at a real train station!
Well the good news is that The Railway Children is back once again at Waterloo Station for a limited time.
One of the country’s most popular novels will come to life again using this unique theatre setting that will be converted into a 1,000 seat venue with audiences sitting either side of a real railway track.
Following two popular summer runs at the National Railway Museum, and a smash-hit run at Waterloo Station join Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis as they tell the story of how they became The Railway Children, featuring a vintage steam train!
Tickets are selling fast – don’t miss your chance to see the family show voted Best Entertainment at this year’s Olivier Awards.
The production is in support of the Railway Children’s Charity that aims to help homeless children throughout the world, particularly those who live around railway stations. £1 per ticket sale will be donated to the charity.
Watch a clip of the show below