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Milton Keynes Theatre
Milton Keynes Theatre, 500 Marlborough Gate, Central Milton Keynes, MK9 3NZ
0844 871 7652
23-Jul-14 to 24-Jul-14
1pm, 4pm Wed; 10am, 1pm Thurs
2 years to 5 years
Fresh from the success of Peppa Pig's Party and Peppa Pig's Treasure Hunt comes Peppa's brand new show Peppa Pig's Big Splash.
Come and join Peppa and her friends for another all-singing, all-dancing adventure full of songs, games and muddy puddles!
The nursery roof is leaking and Peppa and her friends need to fix it - quick! As they set up a fete to raise the money for the repairs, they'll need your help to make sure everything goes smoothly. Join Peppa, George, Mummy and Daddy Pig, as well as Danny Dog, Pedro Pony and Suzy Sheep as they have fun putting up bunting, running stalls and organising a great day out. There's also a Champion Puddle Jumping competition judged by Mr Potato where everyone gets wet and Peppa's need to find her Golden Boots!
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
Local Editor Review:
I went with my nearly 3 yr old to the Marlowe Theatre (in Kent) to see the show today. We had a great time! The show was longer than I was expecting - but that was a good thing because my son and his friend loved every minute of it! When the curtain came down at the end they were both quite sad...but the merchandise on the way out lifted their spirits!
The puppets were brilliant - really cute and engaging! The actors behind the puppets did a great job with the voices. We particularly liked Mr Bull - he sounded just the same as on the TV show.
The show itself was a mixture of a few different Peppa Pig stories which made it instantly accessible for the children watching.
The audience participation was excellent - lots of great new songs that were easy to pick up and a popular one from the TV show...I won't spoil it by telling you which one!
We had a brilliant time today, if you get a chance to see the show I'd definitely recommend it!
Well where do I start?? Peppa Pig's Big Splash is brilliant!!!
I headed off with my 3 year old DS and his 4 year old friend who were in a trance from start to finish. I was a little bit surprised to see puppets as I was expecting some giant Peppa to strut across the stage but within 5 minutes you don't notice the people as you really are transported into Peppa Land! The set is amazing, voices sound just like the show and with so much audience participation it would be rude not to join in!
It was great to sing my favourite song (Bing Bong Boo), dance at the fair and splash in muddy puddles but be careful not to splash too much as you might just get wet - we did which DS found hilarious!!
Would I go and see it again? Oh yes, it was the best show I've seen for little ones in a long time.
Local editor review:
I took my 4 year old daughter to see peppa in Croydon on November 2nd - it was brilliant! My daughter loved it right from the start! Peppa and her friends were playing hide and seek and popping out from behind bushes and a tree house. There was a lot of audience participation - or rather shouting and squealing "she's behind you!!" All the kids in the audience loved it, there was a lovely atmosphere and room to bounce up and down when it all got too exciting to sit still!
We all enjoyed the songs and sang along to the bing bong song. My daughters favourite bit was when the stalls at the fair started singing with mr potato! The puppets were great - we stopped noticing the puppeteers after a while.
It was lots of fun and enjoyed by all the family. I would definitely recommend the show and we would go back and see it again :)
Local Editor Review:
I saw the show at The Orchard in Dartford on 26 October with my 2 year old daughter and her friend (same age). They were mesmerised throughout the entire show and I've never seen them sit still for so long.
The characters voices were very good - Daddy Pig and Mr Bull sounded exactly like they do in the TV show! The songs were great and included some old favourites for the children to sing along with ("Bing Bong Boo", for example). I heard a few mumbles that people weren't expecting puppets but for me it was better than seeing people bumbling around dressed up as the characters.
Enough audience participation to keep the children entertained and some delightful surprises that made me smile too. DD's friend cried her eyes out when the final curtain came down!
All in all, a wonderful show that I would take my daughter to see again and again.