Bob Fixes It In St Helens
Published: 11th Aug 2011 11:16:32
Bob The Builder comes to the St Helens Theatre Royal with his brand new show on Sunday 18th September at 1pm. In Bob’s new show, the Fixham Theatre is set for a grand re-opening. Local talent Dickie Olivier needs Bobs help to fix up the stage for his brand new musical. But when Spud decides he wants to be the star of the show, the job doesn’t go exactly to plan. Bob’s going to need help from his friends.
Will the theatre be ready?
Will the show go on?
Can Bob fix it? Yes he can!
With songs your kids will know and love and three new exclusive songs, join Bob and a host of your favourite characters and help him fix it in his big theatre build! This interactive show will get your kids singing and helping to get the stage ready in time.
Bob the Builder first aired on TV screens in the UK in 1999 and is now broadcast in over 240 territories and in 45 languages. It can be seen in the UK on BBC2, CBeebies and Nick Jr.
BOB THE BUILDER
Sunday 18th September, 1pm
St Helens Theatre Royal
Tickets: £14 (adults), £12 (children), £46 (families of four)
How to book – Book in person at the Theatre Royal Box Office Corporation Street, St. Helens, Merseyside WA10 1LQ (Mon – Sat 10am – 5pm) Alternatively call 01744 756 000 or click www.sthelenstheatreroyal.com
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