Peppa Pig returning to Hertfordshire

20:17 30 August 2014

Peppa Pig

Peppa Pig's Big Splash! [Picture: Dan Tsantilis]


Children’s TV favourite Peppa Pig and her porcine pals are heading back to Hertfordshire next month.

The Radlett Centre box office details

* Telephone: 01923 859291

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Fresh from the success of Peppa Pig’s Party and Peppa Pig’s Treasure Hunt comes Peppa’s latest show, Peppa Pig’s Big Splash!

Featuring cute puppets, it can be seen on stage at The Radlett Centre on Wednesday, September 10 and Thursday, September 11, with performances at 10am, 1pm and 4pm.

Pop along to see Peppa and her farmyard 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. They set up a fete to raise the money for Mr Bull to do the repairs.

Peppa Pig's Big Splash! [Picture: Dan Tsantilis]Peppa Pig's Big Splash! [Picture: Dan Tsantilis]

There’s plenty of fun to be had as Peppa, brother George, Mummy and Daddy Pig, as well as Danny Dog, Pedro Pony and Suzy Sheep put up bunting, run stalls and organise a great day out.

There’s also a Champion Puddle jumping competition judged by Mr Potato where everyone gets wet and Peppa needs to find her Golden Boots.

For tickets, which cost £15, £13 concessions and £52 family ticket, call the box office on 01923 859291 or visit the Radlett Centre’s website.

* For more on the show visit

* For more entertainment news visit the Welwyn Hatfield Times’ What’s On section.

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