My Neighbour Totoro Tickets
The Olivier Award-winning stage adaptation of Studio Ghibli’s beloved film returns to London for a limited season. Best for age 6+.
Discover Studio Ghibli My Neighbour Totoro TicketsImmerse yourself in the world of Studio Ghibli as the dazzling My Neighbour Totoro play returns for a second, strictly limited season in London. This enchanting tribute to the imagination of childhood will delight all generations with its gorgeous stagecraft and puppetry and was one of the highlights of summer 2022.
Tickets sold out last year, so book early to not miss this wonderful story transformed on stage at the Barbican Theatre.
About My Neighbour TotoroMy Neighbour Totoro is the story of sisters Satsuki and Mei, who move to be closer to their sick mother while she receives treatment. As summer stretches before them, they venture into the woods and befriend a medley of flighty spirits, including the larger-than-life forest protector, Totoro.
Hayao Miyazaki’s 1988 film is transformed onstage to inspiring and jaw-dropping effect by the Royal Shakespeare Company (Matilda the Musical) and composer Joe Hisaishi. The film’s score is performed live alongside new orchestrations by Will Stuart.
The My Neighbour Totoro play captivated audiences during a sold-out world premiere, and won 6 Olivier Awards thanks to stunning storytelling that combines music, beautiful set design and remarkable puppets built by Jim Henson’s Creature Shop - transporting you straight into the whimsical world of the film.
My Neighbour Totoro Theatre ReviewsThis show is a true treat for fans of Studio Ghibli, and anyone who wants to escape into a world where childhood imagination reigns supreme. With a flurry of five star reviews, this is stagecraft and storytelling at its best, and you will be completely gobsmacked and swept up in the adventure a Totoro appears before your eyes.
“Utterly charming” (Culture Whisper), “beguiling” (The Stage), “remarkably beautiful” (Financial Times) and “dazzling” (The Guardian) are just some of the words used to describe this mega-hit, and by the time the curtain falls you will want to watch it all over again.