Bing Live show is not currently touring. Join our mailing list here to receive updates on future tours! You can contact our friendly support team if you have any questions about the show and browse our FAQs here!
0330 058 0556
Monday – Friday: 09:00 – 18:00
Weekends and bank holidays: 09:00 – 17:00
If you send an email or message you’ll receive a reply within 2 working days, but it’s usually much quicker!
About the Show
Where can I see Bing Live?
Bing Live show is not currently touring. In 2018 and 2019 Bing Live visited theatres all over the UK. Sign up to our mailing list here to receive updates about future tours!
How long is Bing Live?
The show is about 75 minutes long, which includes a 15 minute interval half-way through. So there’s plenty of time to catch the toilet train and eat a yummy-delicious snack!
How are the characters recreated in Bing Live?
Bing, Flop and all their friends are recreated by puppets during the show. You can watch our trailer here!
Is Bing Live suitable for very young children?
The show is suitable for Bingsters of any age. Parents tell us that children of all ages enjoy the show. If your child enjoys the TV show, then they’ll love the live show too! If you’d like feedback from other parents please take a look at the Parents’ Reviews here.
Are all the main characters in Bing Live?
Bing, Flop, Sula, Amma, Pando and Coco all appear in the live show!
Can I take photos during Bing Live?
It’s fine to take photos during the show, but please switch the flash off on phones and cameras. Flashes can be very distracting to the performers and other audience members. If you’re not sure how to do this, please take a few moments to check before you leave home.
Is Bing Live autism friendly?
We work hard to ensure that all of our performances are accessible as possible, and whilst there won’t be any specific autism friendly performances, all the shows will be presented in a relaxed style, with families free to come and go as they need to during the show.
There will be no sudden changes in lighting or volume, and audience participation is encouraged during the show.