The Three Little Pigs


The Three Little Pigs West End Palace Theatre LondonThe Three Little Pigs West End comes huffing and puffing into  the Palace Theatre for a 5 week run from the 5th August.

In this new retelling of the fable, The Three Little Pigs are super star performers and renowned celebrities. Trotting around as the famous porkers they are, the whole world seems to adore them, especially their mother who misses giving them “hogs and kisses.” One animal who does NOT enjoy the pigs, however, is the big bad wolf. Can the three pigs outsmart the nasty sharp toothed wolf? Or will he huff and puff and blow the Palace Theatre down, taking the pigs with it?

Cast and Creative

The classic fairytale is adapted for the stage by Olivier Award winning song writing duo, George Stiles and Athony Drewe, who breathe a modern day life into this beloved children’s classic.

Former Blue band member, Simon Webbe plays the big bad wolf and is joined by
Dan Buckley (Loserville, The Book of Mormon) who will play Q, a bookwormish little pig. Leanne Jones will play Bee, Taofique Folarin plays Bar and Alison Jiear also stars as Mother.

The creative team includes Ewan Jones as choreographer, Jason Denvir as designer, Olivier Fenwick as lighting designer and Jon Fiber as sound designer.

Book tickets to see this fun show now !

Show Dates and Times

The Three Little Pigs opens on the 5th August and run to the 6th September. Show times will vary, with the latest at 2pm. Check when booking.  runs for approximately 50 minutes without interval.


Age Recommendation

The Three Little Pigs is fund for all the family and is best suited for children aged 3+


  1. Saw 3 little pigs this afternoon with my 3 year old daughter. Fabulous production! Loved Simon as the big bad wolf -and his great voice, though really can’t fault the vocals of the entire cast. My daughter hasn’t stopped talking about it since…and since she has the attention span of …well a 3 year old…speaks volumes…please pass my massive thanks to the cast for providing a great show and great memory!

  2. I took my 3 year old grandson – he enjoyed it but I thought the production was cheap and too many songs packed in to eke out the time.
    For at least half the time the stage was drab but the houses which eventually appeared were clever and the big bad wolf has a fine voice.

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