Peppa Pig to make a Big Splash in Stevenage

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Peppa Pig's Big Splash! can be seen at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage [Picture: Dan Tsantilis]

Production images by Dan Tsantilis

Peppa Pig and her farmyard friends are heading to Stevenage, with a number of new shows added to the children’s TV favourite’s tour.

Peppa Pig's Big Splash!Peppa Pig's Big Splash!

Fresh from the success of Peppa Pig’s Party and Peppa Pig’s Treasure Hunt comes Peppa’s new show, Peppa Pig’s Big Splash!, which has already wowed children in St Albans.

Pop along to the Gordon Craig Theatre, in Stevenage, to see Peppa, her brother George, Mr Potato and the rest of the gang in another all-singing, all-dancing adventure full of songs, games, cute puppets and muddy puddles on Wednesday, February 26 and Thursday, February 27.

There are performances at 10am, 1pm and 4pm on both days, making six shows in total at the Stevenage venue.

Tickets cost £16.50 and £14.50, with £2 off for under-16s. A family ticket is £56. But hurry, as tickets are selling fast, with less than 100 seats available for each performance.

Peppa Pig's Big Splash! can be seen at the Gordon Craig in Stevenage [Picture: Dan Tsantilis]Peppa Pig's Big Splash! can be seen at the Gordon Craig in Stevenage [Picture: Dan Tsantilis]

With lots of puddles about after the recent rain, the name of Peppa Pig’s latest tour is rather apt.

The nursery roof is leaking and Peppa and her pals need to fix it quick.

As they set up a fete to raise money for the repairs, they will need the audience’s help to make sure everything runs 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.

Peppa Pig's Big Splash! can be seen at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage [Picture: Dan Tsantilis]Peppa Pig's Big Splash! can be seen at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage [Picture: Dan Tsantilis]

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

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