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"I Love You Sun!" Interactive Theatre Show - Mon 12th February 10:30am 1-4 years

"I Love You Sun!" Interactive Theatre Show - Mon 12th February 10:30am 1-4 years

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“I Love You Sun!” Interactive Theatre Show

The wonderful children's book author, illustrator and performer Gizem Gözde Uçar, is visiting Pickled Pepper Books to run a special interactive theatre adventure for little ones!

Are you ready to go on this fun adventure full of love?

This interactive storytelling involves sensory play and is full of movement, singing, dancing and games! We will be playing with toys that engage children’s imagination and revolve around the senses to encourage children to learn through exploration, curiosity and creativity. It’s a very active and energetic show!

Dates

Monday 12th February

Times

10:30 am – 11:15am

Age

Suitable for ages 1 - 4

Address

Pickled Pepper Books, 10 Middle Lane, London, N8 8PL


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  • February Half Term

Customer Reviews

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Very poor

I have loved all the activities and shows at PPB but sad to say that this was terrible. The age range was too broad in my opinion and it was repetitive, badly rehearsed & felt like it was being made up on the spot. Unfortunately, it was very over priced too.

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Joanna
Disappointing

This was really repetitive and seemed not very well put together. Not very engaging for the children and felt it was overpriced. Usually love stuff at Pickled Pepper but this was really not great

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Nadia Staden
Disappointed

I never usually leave bad reviews for children's theatre, but unfortunately felt this performance was severely lacking in imagination and understanding of what makes children engaged. I left feeling totally misold from the description, and annoyed that I'd spent over £30 on a repetitive and at times boring production. It really was as if the creator had put it together 10 minutes before it began, and I don't think I was the only parent in the audience that felt let down. It really should have been promoted towards babies 12 months and under. If I could have asked for a refund, I would.