Peppa Pig Comes to The Bristol Hippodrome 7 -8 September 2016

Peppa Pig Comes to The Bristol Hippodrome 7 -8 September 2016

Posted on: 05 Jul 2016

Peppa Pig LIVE will be in production on Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th September in Bristol. ‘Peppa Pig’s Big Surprise’, the live stage show, will be held in the iconic Hippodrome.


A sure fire way to treat your children just before they might have to start preschool in September, has to be this beloved children’s show. Peppa Pig live is in its seventh consecutive year of touring the UK and has huge acclaim due to the Fiery Light Production Team. This all-new show promises to be a spectacle for the whole family to enjoy.


“It's a lovely day and Peppa is playing outside with her friends. Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig have got a surprise for her and her younger brother George but no matter how hard they try, they cannot guess what it is?”


With interactive games, surprises and sing-along songs provided by the BAFTA award winning Mani Svavarsson, there will be plenty of activities for everybody to enjoy.  Fiery Light's Peppa Pig live stage is currently one of the most popular shows on the UK and Ireland theatre touring circuit, and with Richard Lewis once again adapting for stage episodes from the hit TV show, created by Astley Baker Davies, and he also directing the show, you can then be guaranteed of a top quality production.


Richard Lewis has said. “It's been an incredible experience seeing the children's reactions, not only in the UK but throughout the world, just confirms that Peppa really is a worldwide phenomenon”


To get your kids excited why not let them know exactly what’s going to happen and check out the trailer here. The show dates and times are Wednesday 7th September 1pm & 4pm, and then shown again Thursday 8th September 10am & 1pm.  Tickets priced from £17.15.


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Miri Teixeira

Miri is an English literature student at the University of Bristol who enjoys folk-punk & math-rock music, trailing round art galleries, and playing video games. She is a keen follower of politics and will read any science fiction you throw her way. Having lived in and around Bristol for many years she has developed a keen interest in the Bristol underground music scene and independent restaurants.