Stirling Times - - Let’s Eat - Sara Fitz­patrick

Peppa Pig: My First Cin­ema Ex­pe­ri­ence.

“Peppa Pig has been in my life for a good five years now and it has grown big­ger and big­ger each year,” she said.

“Star­ring as Daisy in the cine­matic re­lease in the UK and Aus­tralia has given me a very close con­nec­tion to the show.

“I def­i­nitely got some brownie points from my younger niece and nephew when the film came out and when I took my niece to the pre­miere in London.”

She said an­other job perk was re­ceiv­ing grate­ful re­sponses from par­ents.

“I got a mes­sage re­cently from a dad; his girls had been hav­ing trou­ble sleep­ing with prob­lems go­ing on around them and he said that when the movie came out on DVD he WHAT: Peppa's Big Surprise

WHERE AND WHEN: Regal The­atre, Su­bi­aco on May 30June 1 and Man­durah Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre on June 2

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put it on for them ev­ery night and they now fall asleep with smiles on their faces,” Arends said.

“That makes me feel so happy that I can help their imag­i­na­tion run wild for an hour, tak­ing them into an­other fun world.”

Arends said Peppa’s Big Surprise “ticked all the boxes for chil­dren”.

“It’s colour­ful, it’s about an an­i­mal fam­ily, they make funny voices ‘oink­ing’ and they love jump­ing in muddy pud­dles, gig­gling and getting dirty – what’s not to love?” she said.

Emma Arends (Daisy) with fel­low cast of Peppa's Big Surprise.

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