This exhibition celebrates Judith Kerr's classic title The Tiger Who Came to Tea.
  
The exhibition consists of:

- 10 framed pieces of facsimile artwork from the book,
- a reproduction of Sophie’s kitchen for little visitors to play in, complete with its own cuddly 5ft Tiger! 
- 3 interpretation panels
- copies of the book
- bespoke dress up
- toys
 
The hire fee is £4,000 +VAT for a two month loan.

The exhibition enjoyed a great success on it's first tour of National Trust properties in 2018 - 20.    A second tour of the exhibition began early 2021 and will continue to 13 further venues until 2023.

Visitors have been on social media praising the exhibition:


'More events like the tiger who came to tea for the families, linked to affordable keep sakes that are relevant to the theme’.

'Great little exhibition for my two, and clearly very popular'

 

Below is the tour schedule for the exhibition.  There is one slot remaining, in January - March 2023.  Please contact sarah.mcglynn@sevenstories.org.uk if you are interested in hiring the exhibition.

 

Chester Cathedral: Until 2nd July 2021

North Hertfordshire Museum: 5th July - 5th September 2021

Pontefract Library: 6th September - 7th November 2021

Gala Theatre, Durham: 8th November 2021 - 4th January 2022

Charnwood Museum, Loughborough: 5th January - 6th March 2022

Dyffryn Gardens, Cardiff: 10th March - 15th May 2022

Weaver Hall, Northwich: 17th May - 6th July 2022

Northampton Museum and Art Gallery: 7th July - 4th September 2022

York Art Gallery: 6th September - 8th November 2022

Queens Hall, Hexham: 9th November 2022 - 8th January 2023

Free Slot: 9th January 2023 - 12th March 2023

Shire Hall, Dorset: 13th March 2023 - 15th May 2023