VIDEOS: Young critics review Guess How Much I Love You, coming to Arts Theatre for Christmas

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What do young theatregoers think of the new page-to-stage adaptation of Guess How Much I Love You? Watch these adorable audience vox pops with would-be critics aged 3+, and the official show trailer. The Selladoor Family production arrives next month for a festive West End season, with daytime performances at the Arts Theatre London from 6 to 31 December 2017. Time to get booking for a family treat!

Join Little and Big Nutbrown Hare, from the best-selling Guess How Much I Love You and I Love You All Year Round collection, as they leap off the page and onto the stage in this magical journey through the seasons. The pair of hares settle down after a bedtime story and re-awaken to discover the delights and colours of each season as they compete to measure their love for each other in this timeless loveable story. Explore this playful story of love and nature as it unfolds on stage through puppets, live music and interactive play, all designed for children aged 3 and up to join in.

Since it was first published by Walker Books in 1994, Guess How Much I Love You,  written by Sam McBratney and illustrated by Anita Jeram, has been translated into 53 languages and sold more than 23 million copies worldwide. This new stage production of Guess How Much I Love You stars Penny Dyer as Little Nutbrown Hare, Matthew Crouzieres as Big Nutbrown Hare and Emily-Jane Ashford as Mother Nature. Anna Fox directs.

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