What’s On: Oi Frog & Friends! at the Lyric Theatre

Join Frog, Dog and Cat live on stage in Oi Frog & Friends! at the Lyric Theatre in Shaftesbury Avenue for a limited season until January 5.

Oi Frog & Friends! is the highly anticipated stage show which brings together Kes Gray and Jim Field’s bestselling and award-winning picture books Oi Frog!, Oi Dog! and Oi Cat!, into one action-packed musical production.

It’s a new day at Sittingbottom school and Frog is looking for a place to sit, but Cat has other ideas and Dog is doing as he’s told.

As the rhyme goes: “Cats sit on mats, hares sit on chairs, mules sit on stools, gophers sit on sofas and frogs sit on logs.”

Little do any of them know that chaos is coming. Who knew there were so many rhyming rules, and what will happen when Frog is in charge?

Oi Frog & Friends! is an action-packed play with songs, puppets, laughs and rhymes.
It is an ideal introduction to theatre and the perfect entertainment for families with children aged three and over.

Oi Frog & Friends! is hailed as one of the bestselling picture book series of the decade, with more than 900,000 copies sold to date – and growing.

Author Kes Gray said: “Just when we thought we knew where we were heading, Oi takes a leap in an entirely new direction.

“Working with Kenny and his outstanding creative team is a dream come true.
“Jim and I have already booked our front row seats and can’t wait to see where this new adventure will take us.”

Illustrator Jim Field said: “I am pinching myself about Oi Frog! now coming to the stage later this year.

“It’s wonderful! Kenny Wax Family Entertainment have produced some incredible award-winning shows based on prolific children’s books so I can’t wait to see how
they bring our characters to life for the Oi fans.”

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