The Peppa Pig live stage show will visit Gladstone on June 5.
The Peppa Pig live stage show will visit Gladstone on June 5. Michaela Harlow

Peppa Pig stage show is coming to Gladstone in June

PEPPA Pig is coming to Gladstone in June.

Originally from London's West End, Peppa Pig Live! Treasure Hunt has been seen by almost 85,000 Australians since it launched in October 2013.

Tickets sold so fast and were in such high demand that one ticketing partner compared the response to an on-sale day for a Pink or Radiohead concert.

And tickets for the Gladstone show already are selling fast.

Launched on the ABC in 2004, Entertainment One's Peppa Pig is now the most popular children's show on Australian TV, screening four times per day and out-rating all other kids shows in its time slot.

Peppa Pig is also the number one rated children's show downloaded on ABC iView, with two million views per month.

In addition to broadcast figures, Peppa Pig is also the fastest growing preschool toy brand and children's DVD franchise in Australia.

Keen Gladstone kids can join Peppa and her brother George as they set off on a treasure hunt.

There will be fun and dames, problems to solve and plenty of sing-along songs as Danny Dog, Pedro Pony. Zoe Zebra and Polly Parrot join them for a day of adventure.

The show features true-to-life puppets and some of Australia's most talented musical theatre performers.

Peppa and her friends will be at Gladstone Entertainment and Convention Centre on June 5 at 1pm.

Tickets cost $34.90. Phone 4972 2822 or click here to book.

In an Australian first, Life Like Touring is giving fans direct input into how the tour schedule should be extended this year.

You can vote for more shows in Gladstone by going to iwannabe.at or facebook.com/lifeliketouring.



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