Ben and Holly are coming to Marina Theatre

Ben and Holly are coming to the Marina Theatre

Ben and Holly are coming to the Marina Theatre - Credit: Archant

Two popular children's TV characters will be coming to Lowestoft later this month and are hoping to be big hit with audiences – despite their size.

Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom will be appearing at the Marina Theatre on Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27.

It will be the first time that the award-winning television series has been staged live.

For those not in the know, the kingdom of the tiny is home to the magical Princess Holly and her best friend Ben Elf who flies on the back of Gaston the ladybird.

In their new musical adventure, Ben and Holly enjoy some fun and games helping Gaston clean up his messy cave; go on a trip to The Big World with the tooth fairy Nanny Plum and plan a special surprise for King Elf's birthday party – complete with an unplanned jelly flood.


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Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom airs on Nick Jr and on Channel 5.

The series has won a BAFTA award for Best Pre-School Animation and a British Animation Award for Best Pre-School Series.

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Richard Lewis has adapted the television animation for the stage and directs. He also adapted and directed the Peppa Pig and LazyTown Live! tours.

The composer for the shows is Mani Svavarsson, who was also part of the creative team on the two Peppa Pig stage tours.

Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom takes place at the Marina at 4pm on April, Friday 26 and at 10am and 1pm on Saturday, April 27.

A special family ticket is available for the show.

For more details or to book, call the Marina Theatre box office on 01502 533200.

One of the highlights of the Marina's spring season opens on Monday with the arrival of Rise and Fall Of Little Voice.

Written and directed by Jim Cartwright, the Olivier Award-winning production stars ex-Coronation Street actresss Beverley Callard, with Jess Robinson as Little Voice.

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