Peppa Pig My First Cinema Experience: Peppa’s Australian Holiday
16 March 2017
Peppa Pig, George and Kylie Kangaroo
For the first time in her twelve year history, Peppa Pig, will make her big screen debut with PEPPA PIG MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE: PEPPA’S AUSTRALIAN HOLIDAY.
This special cinema event will feature nine brand new episodes, including four exclusive Australian episodes, as well as interactive content, where you can sing, dance and play along with Peppa, George and their friends.
Join Peppa on her first Australian holiday, as she visits her friend Kylie Kangaroo and family. The exclusive four-part adventure sees Peppa visit the outback for a barbeque, learn to surf, throw a boomerang, and see the Great Barrier Reef in a submarine. As well as the special Australian episodes, the five other brand new episodes will see Peppa take a trip to London, spend a day out at the Zoo, cruise along the canal, and get some advice from Policeman Panda.
This unique and exciting cinema event is the perfect first cinema experience for little ones, and of course, a must-see for all Peppa Pig fans!
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