Enjoy Peppa's party
THE first ever Peppa Pig Live Stage show is set to make a flying visit to the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft next weekend.Currently one of TV's top-rated children's shows and a BAFTA Award winner, the adorable Peppa Pig now has her own live stage show - Peppa Pig's Party.
THE first ever Peppa Pig Live Stage show is set to make a flying visit to the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft next weekend.
Currently one of TV's top-rated children's shows and a BAFTA Award winner, the adorable Peppa Pig now has her own live stage show - Peppa Pig's Party.
Peppa Pig is one of those rare children's characters who has timeless appeal, and is adored by the young and their parents alike.
She is a playful little pig who lives with her little brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Through everyday adventures she plays games, makes new friends and enjoys her absolutely favourite activity - jumping up and down in muddy puddles.
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Peppa Pig's Party tells the story of Peppa's birthday, in a charming, original and imaginative show full of brand new songs, muddy puddles, and oinks!
Peppa Pig appears at the Marina Theatre on Saturday, February 20 at 1pm and 4pm, and at 10am and 1pm on the Sunday.
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Before this, the theatre hosts more on stage and big screen entertainment.
Tonight and tomorrow brings the final opportunities to catch Damian Williams in The Mating Game.
Damian plays Draycott Harris, a successful chat show host who enlists the help of his brother in the pursuit of his sexy new PR girl. However when the secret passions of his long suffering assistant explode, all hell breaks loose with side splitting results.
The final performances are tonight at 7.30pm and tomorrow at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.
During the week there will be some half-term family films, with Where The Wild Things Are (PG) at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Monday; New Moon (12A) at 7.30pm on Tuesday and Wednesday; and Planet 51 (U) at 2.30pm on Wednesday.
Management at the Marina are advising patrons that the planned concert due to take place on Sunday evening featuring Errol
Kennedy's Imagination has been cancelled.
For more information or to book seats for any concert, movie or show call 01502 533200.