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Peppa Pig's London Tea Party and Screening

Thursday 13th April 2017 2pm - 4pm 107 Charing Cross Road Children's Event, Chargeable Event

Foyles is teaming up with eOne and Ladybird to host Peppa Pig’s London Tea Party at our Charing Cross Road shop this Easter!

To celebrate the book release of Peppa Goes To London, we’ll be throwing a London-themed Tea Party and screening some of our favourite Peppa episodes, including the Around the World special and Peppa Meets the Queen

The book is based on Peppa Visits London, one of the all new oink-tastic episodes featuring in Peppa Pig My First Cinema Experience, splashing onto the big screen from April 7!  

We at Foyles couldn’t help but get in on the fun so bring your little ones along for an afternoon of cupcake decorating, face-painting and piggy ear-making before settling in to the screening. There’ll be plenty of snorts, giggles and jumping up and down in muddy puddles!

And take home a copy of Peppa’s London Day Out: Sticker Activity Book, by selecting our book and ticket option, so you can carry on the Peppa celebrations across the Easter long-weekend.  

Venue: The Auditorium at Foyles, Level 6, 107 Charing Cross Road
Tickets: £5 for entry to the event, £7 book and ticket (the book is Peppa’s London Day Out: Sticker Activity Book). Simply add the required number of tickets below to your basket. Supervising adults are free to enter but will also need to book their spot.


Please note: no physical tickets will be issued (to save the trees!) so the email confirmation you receive is proof of your booking.

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