“I absolutely love the buzz from a live performance” - Jen Pringle ahead of Milkshake! Live ‘Party Party’ show at Fairfield Halls
PUBLISHED: 15:28 02 July 2014 | UPDATED: 15:28 02 July 2014
Channel 5’s Milkshake, the hugely popular children’s entertainment show, will be coming to Croydon’s Fairfield Halls this August.
The brand new stage production, named the Milkshake! Live “Party Party” features lots of the kids’ show and follows on from the success of the last tour.
Children’s favourites such as Bananas in Pyjamas, Noddy and Tessie Bear, Pip from Pip Ahoy! and Milkshake’s very own Milkshake Monkey will appear in the production.
Milkshake! Live “Party Party” produced by Channel 5’s Clair Robinson and directed and choreographed by Derek Moran, will be sure to have everybody up on their feet.
The musical extravaganza follows preparations for Milkshake Monkey’s surprise birthday party.
All the guests are super busy with their special party jobs, but what happens when Milkshake Monkey does a disappearing act?
The presenters will certainly need the help of all the children in the audience and presenter, Jen Pringle, is especially excited.
“I absolutely love the buzz from a live performance. It’s so nice to see the children’s faces light up when they see their favourite characters right there in front of them,” said Jen.
“And it’s even better to see them joining in with all the songs and dances.
“The TV experience is fantastic too. It is also live, which can be quite nerve-wracking, but hearing an audience cheer after a performance - you just can’t beat that.
“Not many other children’s programs are as personally engaging as ours and we really try to make our shows as energetic and interactive as possible.”
Tickets for the August 16 Milkshake! Live ‘Party Party’ on are on sale now from Fairfield Halls Box Office 020 8688 9291 or go online to fairfield.co.uk.
There are shows at 1pm and 3.30pm and tickets are £13 for adults, £11 for children or a family for two adults and two children can go for £44.
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