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Channel 5 Milkshake! favourites Bob the Builder and Fireman Sam among characters coming to Ipswich Regent

PUBLISHED: 17:00 09 October 2017

Milkshake! live is coming to the Ipswich Regent.

Milkshake! live is coming to the Ipswich Regent.


Children are in for a treat when their favourite characters appear in Milkshake! live in Ipswich.

The Magic Story Books comes to the Regent Theatre later this month.

Starring the Milkshake Monkey and two bubbly presenters, this all-singing, all-dancing musical extravaganza will take audiences on a journey through the world’s favourite fairy tales.

Set among Milkshake’s magical bookcase, this new live show promises to amaze and delight young fans. The Milkshake! cast will be singing songs and sharing stories that audience members, young and old, will know and love.

The show is at the Regent on Sunday, October 29 at noon and at 3.30pm, so if you want a treat with Bob the Builder, Little Princess, Noddy, Fireman Sam and many more, tickets are available to book now. For more information and tickets, visit www.ipswichregent.com, or call 01473 433100.

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