Mr Men energise Spa
Mr Men and Little Miss - Sports Day FunTuesday March 25FELIXSTOWE'S Spa Pavilion was energised by the dramatic giants of children's literature yesterday, as the Mr Men and Little Misses Show visited the theatre The well loved characters from the books by Roger Hargreaves, and now a cartoon on FIVE, came alive in Felixstowe entertaining hoards of children with their music and humorous adventures.
Mr Men and Little Miss - Sports Day Fun
Tuesday March 25
FELIXSTOWE'S Spa Pavilion was energised by the dramatic giants of children's literature yesterday, as the Mr Men and Little Misses Show visited the theatre
The well loved characters from the books by Roger Hargreaves, and now a cartoon on FIVE, came alive in Felixstowe entertaining hoards of children with their music and humorous adventures.
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The key favourites were there, including, Mr Happy and Mr Bump, and even the bendy arms of Mr Tickle.
Of course the villain of the piece had to be Little Miss Naughty!
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The story was centred around the end of a school term, with our heroes helping Miss Chalk prepare for the school sports day.
As with most children's show these days, a clear moral ran throughout the show, highlighting the importance of exercise and eating well.
With the range of characters created by Mr Hargreaves, who better for this show than the Mr Men and Little Misses.
Although lacking in the underlying humour that keeps the accompanying adults amused, generated in a number of other similar shows, the audience under 10 had a fantastic time helping Miss Crumb, the baker, to decide what foods were good and which were treats.
For my two youngsters that went to this show, Mr Bump was by far the favourite and with the dancing and shouting that every child participated in, the pent up energy from a wet Easter weekend was definitely expelled - much to the relief of us grown ups!