Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Scooby Doo Live In London

Eva and I don't get any quality time together anymore, so when we were invited to watch a preview of the Scooby-Doo show in London's palladium theatre, I jumped at the chance to have some mummy and daughter time. 

Eva has recently become a fan of Scooby-Doo. I think she's been watching it with her dad. She finds him hilarious. 

This brand new show for the west end is called Scooby-Doo Live Musical Mysteries and will be in the London Palladium for a limited time only from Thursday 18th August - Sunday 21st August. There will be 3 shows per day. There are no age restrictions for the show but babies in arms aren't allowed into the theatre. The show lasts 1 hour and 25 minutes including a 20 minute interval. 

The show has come direct from a sell out tour in North America. The show is about a theatre that is being haunted by a ghost but Fred, Velma, Daphne, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo are on hand to crack the case. 

Eva was over the moon to receive her special invite in the post. I have somehow managed to save the sweets so she can take them to the show with her. 

I can't wait to have some one on one time with Eva. I've been craving it for a while. Pop back to my blog over the next few days to find out what we thought of the show. 

You can find out more about the show and book tickets here, Scooby-Doo Live

Have you been to the west end before? What did you see?


  1. I have seen a dew shows in the west end but even now i would jump at the chance.of seeing scooby. Great memories and hopefully a great show

  2. It's so cool how cartoons from our childhood are back for the new generation! I hope you both enjoy the show, one on one time is so special X

  3. I love how the shows I watched as a child are still about. I was obsessed with scooby doo when I was younger. Hope you have a lovely time!

  4. It make me very happy to hear that so many of the tv shows and films i watched as a child are now being brought to life on the stage! Hope you both have a wonderful time at Scooby Doo! xx

  5. How exciting! Hope you both have a lovely time the two of you. Look forward to reading how you got on x

  6. I love going to the west end. I've probably seen about 10 different shows

  7. Hope you have a good time- we just went to see the Horrible Histories in the Apollo Theatre, which I thought was excellent, as did my daughter.

  8. I haven't seen it before because we live in Ireland but our family is not into Scooby-doo that big. We do love the theme song but that's about it.

  9. Aw we havnt seen it before, In fact not taken the kids to the west end. I did take them to see cat in the hat in greenwich a while back it was fantastic xx