About the show
Daddy Pig and Mummy Pig have planned something very special! However we can’t tell you what it is, or else it wouldn’t be a surprise now would it?
What is for sure however is that Peppa Pig, George and all their friends were back once again with a brilliant and exciting live stage show that was perfect for children.
On a delightful day, Peppa is playing outside with her friends. Daddy Pig and Mummy Pig have got a surprise in store for her and George, but they can’t guess what it is. Revel in the fun, a huge range of songs and of course exciting surprises in a beautiful and lovely new show.
Peppa Pig’s Surprise guaranteed to be the perfect winter theatre show for all young pre-schoolers.
The Phoenix Theatre ran a ‘babes in arms’ policy where children under 18 months will not require a ticket.
The show starred Emma Hilts as Peppa. Emma loves kid’s theatre, puppetry and bringing the magic of performance to the stage! She is known for her roles as Dotty in Dotty the Dragon and Rabbit Hugless Douglaas. She was joined by Melanie Ann as George, known for her recent roles as Ben in Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom and Mowgli in Jungle Book.
The cast was completed by Emma Grace Arends as Daisy, Liam Farrow as Mr Potato, Auriol Hatcher as Mummy Pig and David Sandham as Daddy Pig.
Peppa Pig’s Surprise was a joyous theatre show perfect for kids this Christmas. Following a UK tour, Peppa Pig’s Surprise arrived at the Phoenix Theatre in London’s West End on the 15th December 2016 and ran until 7th January 2016.
Recommended forThe Stalls in the Phoenix Theatre give good views throughout, with a good rake and no obstructions. Ends of row can be quite side on, however do often have cheaper prices.
The Dress Circle allows good views with a good rake, without being too distant, however the front two rows can be impaired by a safety rail. The Upper Circle suffers a similar safety rail problem, however can offer good discount seats.
Age Recommendations: All children welcome, babes in arms under 18 months do not require a ticket