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Television favourites come to Theatre Royal...

From national screen to local stage, cartoon stars of the hit CBeebies television show, Charlie and Lola, come to life in a magical mix of music and puppetry that will delight both young and old at the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds from 17 – 19 April.

 

With Lola wide awake but bedtime fast approaching how will big brother, Charlie, ever convince her to go to bed? Teasing tigers, dancing dogs and an array of fantastic scenarios see the audience enter the colourful imagination of this delightful duo as they playfully deviate from their night-time routine.

 

Enjoy a wonderful stage show that charmingly explores the special relationship between two siblings. The adventurous pair will teach your little ones the value of friendship, imagination and playing safely as they invite the audience to explore their fantastically fabricated world.

 

Just as each television episode opens with Charlie declaring:"I have this little sister, Lola. She is small and very funny", much of the appeal of this theatrical adaption hinges upon the delightful portrayal of Lola’s passionate and autonomous activities.

With a thrilling set that easily transports young and old alike to the magical world of Charlie and Lola’s imagination, this might just be their “bestest” adventure to date!

 

Tickets £8.50 - £13

 

For tickets and further details please call the Box Office on 01284 769505 or visit www.theatreroyal.org .

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Address 6 Westgate Street, Bury St Edmunds
IP33 1QR

Opening Hours See www.theatreroyal.org for current shows and events.

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