Wednesday 15 August 2018

Teletubbies Live at the Marlowe Canterbury.

Seriously who doesn't love the Teletubbies? Just look at them they are sooo cute. My kids love them there favourite being the baby in the sky for some reason. So with that, we are off to watch the Teletubbies live show at the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury. The children have been to the Marlowe before to watch the Christmas panto so I am sure they will have a great time watching the Teletubbies live (now we just need to get my husband round to the idea of it too)

 We look forward to joining in with our friends Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po in a show that explores all of the Tellytubby land. We will get to look out for the things we know and love in the show such as noo-noo. Hopefully will give us a bit of peace during the summer holidays. The show is jam packed with songs from the show and new songs too. 

The Tour has been going around the UK for the last year or so and have finally made it to a theatre near us. Teletubbies is based for any age from babies to Pre-schoolers. It is a great show to take your little ones to as everyone is in the same boat with fidgety children. I am looking forward to not telling them to sit still and be quiet. I can imagine everyone is in the same boat just looking for something to do that the kids will love. I am sure my two will love i when there are songs and dancing.

If your little ones like the Teletubbies then it is one to try or even as a chance to take them to the theatre for the first time. It's short and just the right amount of fun for a great trip out.

It runs from the Marlowe on the 25th and 26th of August at multiple shows across the two days. Prices range from £15 per ticket and look said to be a great end of the summer treat for all the family. Find out more about whats going on at the Marlowe and even books tickets here.


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