Big Chris, Noddy and Bananas in Pyjamas visit Weston

PUBLISHED: 10:25 24 August 2012

Milkshake presenters and charachters.

Milkshake presenters and charachters.

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CHILDREN’S characters such as Little Princess, Noddy and Fifi will be entertaining young audiences in Weston next month in the Milkshake live tour.

The all singing and all dancing stage show, Come Out To Play, will feature the very best of the Channel 5 show’s musical fun.

The 12-month tour is making its way to theatres across the country and will visit The Playhouse on September 16.

Milkshake presenter Amy Thompson and Derek Moran and all the favourite characters from Channel 5’s flagship children’s show will be getting the audience on their feet, including Roary, Big Chris, Bumble and the Bananas In Pyjamas.

Derek is also director and choreographer of the show and used to be in the boy band D Side, who had three top 10 UK singles.

This musical spectacular is sure to have children tapping their toes, clapping their hands and singing at the top of their voices.

The show, which will start at 1pm, features new songs, classic favourites and funky dance moves, plus plenty of laughter for parents as well as the children and bags of audience interaction.

Tickets, priced £10-12, and £42 for a family ticket, are available from the box office on 01934 645544 or via

n The Mercury has teamed up with The Playhouse to offer three families the chance to win a family ticket to the show, which includes two adults and two children.

To enter the competition simply answer the following question: Which band was Milkshake presenter Derek Moran part of?

Send your answer, along with your name, address and a daytime telephone number, to the Milkshake Live Tour competition, Weston, Worle & Somerset Mercury, 32 Waterloo Street, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 1LW by 9am on August 31.

Alternatively click on the link at the top right hand corner.

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