Find the best My Neighbour Totoro play tickets at Barbican Centre, West End. Studio Ghibli's film "My Neighbour Totoro" brought to the stage. The 1988 animated feature by Hayao Miyazaki, follows the lives of sisters Satsuki and Mei as they move to the countryside and encounter magical creatures. It was first show on the big screen in the UK in 2001 at the Barbican Cinema.
Music: Joe Hisaishi Adapted by: Tom Morton-Smith Orchestration: Will Stuart Producer: Royal Shakespeare Company Presented by: Joe Hisaishi Director(s): Phelim McDermott, Ailin Conant (associate) Design(s): Tom Pye, Basil Twist (puppetry) Costume: Kimie Nakano Lighting: Jessica Hung Han Yun Choreographer: You-Ri Yamanaka Sound: Tony Gayle Company: RSC
Receive email notifications of changes to this event: Receive email notifications of changes to this production/tour: Receive email notifications of changes at Barbican Centre:
What the ticket tabs above show ....
Specific ticket offers, please check terms and conditions for each
Tickets offered for sale either through STAR agents (Members of the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers) or directly from a primary source such as the box office.
Meal plus a theatre ticket. Terms and conditions are likely to apply
Hotel room plus a theatre ticket. Terms and conditions will apply but this can represent great value
How to contact the venue directly via our venue page. Get email notifications of changes to ticket suppliers or details for this listing
My Neighbour Totoro tickets: The tabs above allow you to select between links to suppliers and date searching. Click on a supplier's logo to see their details and on the 'buy now' button to see and check the tickets on offer. Meal deals (tickets plus a meal) usually represent excellent value for money. Theatre breaks (tickets plus a hotel room) can provide considerable savings.
Information updated within the last 28 days
No current ratings on UKTW, why not be the first to vote!
Add a Review
Barbican Centre Also: Barbican Theatre,Barbican Hall. Guildhall School of Music and Drama Theatre, Cinema1,Cinema2,Gallery, Silk Street Theatre