Opened 2 December 2014, Closed 4 January 2015 at the Criterion Theatre in London
Come and join Peppa and her friends for another all-singing, all-dancing adventure full of songs, games and muddy puddles with the return to London's West End of Peppa Pig's Big Splash this Christmas.
The nursery roof is leaking and Peppa and her friends need to fix it - quick! As they set up a fete to raise the money for the repairs, they'll need your help to make sure everything goes smoothly. Join Peppa, George, Mummy and Daddy Pig, as well as Danny Dog, Pedro Pony, Suzy Sheep as they have fun putting up bunting, running stalls and organising a great day out. There's also a Champion Puddle Jumping competition judged by Mr Potato where everyone gets wet and Peppa needs to find her Golden Boots! This production returns here to the Criterion Theatre following a successful season last Christmas from 6 December 2013 to 5 January 2014.
Please Note: Babies, 0-12 months of age, at the date of the performance (not at the date of booking) are admitted free of charge if they are sitting on an adult's lap. If a seat is required for a baby it must be bought at the child rate. All children from 1 year upwards must have a ticket.
Peppa Pig in London at the Criterion Theatre from 2 December 2014 to 4 January 2015 - special daytime performances
CLOSED - Criterion Theatre from 1 December 2011 to 1 January 2012, returned 6 December 2012 to 6 January 2013
Peppa Pig's Treasure Hunt Ahoy there me Hearties! Peppa Pig and her friends are going on a treasure hunt and need your help!
Peppa, George and Danny Dog are up to fun and games on a day out on Grandad Dog's boat. Help them, with Pedro Pony, Polly Parrot and Zoe Zebra to follow the clues and find their treasure as they all enjoy a day of adventure. Following the incredible sell-out success of Peppa Pig's Party, Peppa is back with a brand new show featuring true to life puppets, perfect singalong songs and a new story that will charm and delight all her fans. Full sail! Ahoy! Arrrrr!
Return of production that was seen in London's West End at the Criterion Theatre from 1 December 2011 to 1 January 2012.
"This time, along with pals Zoe Zebra, Pedro Pony and brother George, the puppet version of Peppa was off on a treasure hunt - with a little help from bubbly human buddy Daisy. Not that the plot is of real importance on these occasions. It's really just a framework on to which are pinned numerous upbeat and mildly silly song and dance routines and plenty of good old fashioned audience participation. The puppets are perfect, the characterisation superb and the set, well, slightly wobbly - not in a bad way, but one which might have reminded mums and dads of the golden years of children's TV. The songs are ideal for the target audience, instantly memorable, plenty of actions and chance to shout along. They're catchy too... [the show] is such a treat, from beginning to end, for its young audience. Peppa Pig, you're a treasure. Come again soon." The Blackpool Gazette
Peppa Pig in London at the Criterion Theatre from 1 December 2011 to 1 January 2012, returned from 6 December 2012 to 6 January 2013.
CLOSED - Criterion Theatre from 30 November to 19 December 2010
Peppa Pig's Birthday Party Peppa is a playful little piggy who lives with her younger brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Through everyday adventures she plays games, makes new friends and enjoys her absolute favourite activity - jumping up and down in muddle puddles!
Today it's a bright and sunny day. It's a very special day. It's Peppa Pig's birthday. Come and join the fun with Peppa and George, Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog and Emily Elephant. The specially adapted stage play Peppa Pig in London promises to be a charming, original and imaginative show, full of brand new songs, muddy puddles and oinks.
Peppa Pig's Party is a live stage show in which beautifully true-to-life puppets are operated by actors who remain on stage with them, perform alongside them, and provide the voices. It opened at Exeter's Northcott Theatre at the beginning of October 2009 and is proving a huge hit with many who have been to see it at the beginning of its first national tour. The instantly recognisable setting for the beginning of the story is the garden of Peppa Pig's house where we are told by Peppa's addictively cheery friend Daisy that today is a very special day. It's Peppa's birthday, she's having a party, and - yes, that's right! - we're all invited. One-by-one, through a series of hide and seek and guessing games and 'behind you' scenarios, each of the characters are introduced to their fans - Danny Dog, Suzy Sheep, Emily Elephant, Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, and George - until finally the star herself appears, and a series of delightful edge-of-seat adventures begin.
"BAFTA Award-winning Peppa Pig is one of the biggest TV children's shows and this is the first time she has had her own live stage show... Quite how director Richard Lewis was going to transform a five-minute animated cartoon into a 75-minute live show was always going to be interesting... the show crackles with energy and the 75 minutes goes very quickly... It's a lively and colourful show punctuated with songs, audience participation and lots of dancing." The Bristol Evening Post
"Peppa Pig has a huge following and this is evident by the large audience of mostly pre-school children whose attention was held from the moment the curtains opened on Peppa Pig's Party... Nigel Plaskitt's puppets were enchanting and true to their television counterparts... You could tell the puppeteers enjoyed their work as it showed. Here's to many happy returns for Peppa Pig in the future" Newark Advertiser
Peppa Pig in London at the Criterion Theatre from 30 November to 19 December 2010.