Judith Kerr was a German-born British writer and illustrator whose books sold more than 10 million copies around the world. One of her best-loved picture books The Tiger Who Came to Tea is to be aired this Christmas. The adaptation will be produced by the same team behind recent festive hits We’re Going On a Bear Hunt and The Snomman and The Snowdog.

Definitely one for our Christmas Day viewing this year – my daughter especially will love this one as we regularly read this book ❤️

From 9th December the West End version is also returning to the Theatre Royal Haymarket, what a fun Christmas outing to make with the kids 🐯🎄

Or how about treating the littlies to a The Tiger Who Came to Tea Afternoon Tea at The Savoy. Booking from Monday 8th October through to 19th November 2019 for children aged 5 – 12 years. The menu features a feast of teatime treats that are drawn from the tea that Sophie and her mummy shared with the visiting tiger in the story. My two would LOVE this! 🍰

The Tiger Who Came to Tea Menu

Sophie’s Sandwiches
Peanut Butter & Jam Bites
Red Leicester Cheese Whirl
Honey Roast Ham Finger Sandwiches

Tiger Scones
Freshly-baked stripy scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam

Treats with the Tiger
Sophie’s Tights – Blue and pink Battenberg
The Milkman Special – Vanilla yoghurt, raspberry compote
Mummy’s Cookie Crumbs – Dark chocolate cookie dipped in chocolate
Tiger Food – Cupcakes with cream cheese frosting
Owp! – Handmade marzipan tiger

“Would you like a drink?”
Vanilla Black Tea
Dark vanilla notes of roundness and charm, supported by a discreet,

soft but full-textured black tea base.

Blackcurrant & Hibiscus
Vivid, intense and lively, with a rich spectrum of berry fruits, bright supporting acidity and a sweet, perfumed finish. Refreshing, even bracing, and full of charm.

Tiger Hot Chocolate

Orange Juice