Peppa Pig’s Surprise! — at the Phoenix Theatre

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, 110 Charing Cross Road, London 51.514377 -0.129485
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11 AM (Mon, Tue, Thu-Sun); 2 PM (Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri); 1.30 PM and 4.30 PM (Sun)
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Contact the Phoenix Theatre box office at +44 (0) 207 369 1733
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My sister's kid used to watch Peppa Pig all the time. And I mean all of the time. ALL OF THE TIME. Literally all of the time.

Every day.

Ten times a day -- sometimes as many as twenty times a day (because the programmes are only ten minutes long).

So I grew to loathe that squeeky-voiced pig who spends all day jumping in muddy puddles messing up her nice clean boots.

So I am probably not the best person to take to this show, because the only person who is liable to get a surprise in "Peppa Pig's Surprise" is Peppa Pig herself, when I storm onto the stage and grab her wellington boots and then chuck George's annoying dinosaur out of the window.

But anyway... enough about me.

The show will follow Peppa, George and all of their friends as they spend a lovely day playing outside. But Mummy and Daddy Pig have got a surprise in store... and it's... no... I don't want to spoil surprise for you, so you will have to buy a ticket to find out!

Note: Babes in arms (children under 18 months) will not require a ticket, but you must still inform them of the numbers when booking.

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