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Written on: 21/04/2014 by JadielPenn (1 review written)
We just saw the Cbeebies live show in Liverpool. I'd never been to one before so wasn't sure what to expect. I was a little disappointed to find such a disparity between his favourite shows and the live performance, but I guess many of them are hard to translate to a stage. There was a strong musical theme which would have been fine, but unfortunately the songs (although v lively) were not ones that toddlers can sing along to. By the end he was dancing along a bit and enjoying it, but more… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/04/2014 by Mummykirsty (1 review written)
Took my 2 yr boy to nottingham yesterday and we both loved it. We made it an adventure by getting the train then lunch at pizza express before getting to the arena about 12.50. He chose a rastamouse for his present £15 which to be fair I don't think is over priced,. Good activity programme was £6, other people have moaned about this price but magazines in shops r close to £4. We were 4 rows from the front and had a great view . He was mesmerised from the first minute to the end, the show… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/04/2014 by Gm27 (1 review written)
What a fantastic show Cbebbies was my 3 year old daughter loved every minute of it. We had seats in block 2 which were perfect so we had a great view. We loved everything about the show but our best bits were Mr Tumble as my little girl got to go on stage with him :) ask the staff we did. Also loved Katy from I can cook. I was impressed that the prices of face painting and ice cream was good value considering where we were. £4 face painting £3 for a very large tub of wippy ice cream with lots… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/03/2013 by mattleigh (1 review written)
Hi cbeebies producers; id just like to say a huge thank you to you and your team for making cbeebies. I feel like it has been a very successful program and yous could make so much for a furure out of it. Me and my friend have been watching it for many yeas now and we feel its about time we give something back to yous to show how grateful we really are. So we'd like to take this opportuinity to visit you and your team and perform a live program of me and my friend matthew singing a song written… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2012 by kosikmik (1 review written)
Probably the venue could be better chosen as for the Wembley Arena the stage was small, thus could not really see performance properly. Also the plot sometimes felt as wasn't thoroughly thought through. Not worth the money and my 4 and 5 years old children weren't impressed either… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/04/2012 by blaze1 (1 review written)
Was disappointed that the show (2012) was not shown on the big screen. For people sitting higher the faces of the stars could not be recognised. Show would have been so much better and would have attracted childrens attention more. Good storyline though… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2008 by pinokia (1 review written)
The show is terrible! The tickets cost 70 something for 3 people, and 10 pounds for parking, 3 pounds for a bag of popcorn plus other merchandise that children are attracted too! My daughter is 3 and even though the seats were near the stage, the sound was not good enough and did not seem to interest my daughter. The Teletubbies appeared briefly, for 2 minutes and 30 seconds and was just too short. Pingu, which we waited for so long did not do anything at all, just walking and was there among… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/12/2008
Our 2 year old daughter was totally entertained for both the 1st and 2nd part of the CBeebies Live show. This is the first concert we took her to, and she will be going again. We got a family ticket for £45 and the seats were brilliant, we could see the whole stage..
Well Done Cbeebies for a lovely, wonderful show. Remember adults... this is a show for kids... its not for you to enjoy!… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/12/2008 by Stroggy2 (1 review written)
This was the first year we went to see CBeebies Live and I took my 3 year old and her 3 year old cousin. They both absolutely loved it and the faces on them when Mr Tumbles came out was something not to be missed. I wouldn't recommend it for children older than 5 as it is quite a basic show, but then I'm guessing children older than 5 wouldn't be watching cbeebies generally. Would suggest the tickets being reduced in price, wembley arena wasn't anywhere near as full as I'd expected. Will… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/12/2008 by sarjowalker (1 review written)
Took our daughter last night, She initially was star struck when her Idol Justin came on stage, but quite quickly got bored, was no where near bright enough or loud enough. The general story was all the cbeebie charactors looking for treasure, the talking went on far too long and there was not enough song and dance (and even those there was they were not that familiar). Most of the kids got bored after the interval, Very disapointing especially if you consider the price of the tickets.
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Written on: 17/12/2008 by kea (1 review written)
My 2 year old was really entertained but was fidgity in the second half, and my 4 year old said it was rubbish. Was very expensive and the merchandise prices? Well! What can I say? Ridiculous, and more than anything the kids were expecting IGGLE PIGGLE. Also disappointed about that… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/12/2008 by councillynne (1 review written)
My daughter (and I) both loved this show. All her favourites were there - Koala Brothers, Postman Pat, Boo, Teletubbies and the Tweenies. She sang the songs and danced along and her attention only waivered about 10 minutes from the end, which was good for a 3 year old.
The only thing is the price of the tickets, £22.50 for adults and £17.50 for children, makes it a very expensive day. We also bought a programme at £4 and a lightstick at £7 so it did add up. I feel if they made the tickets… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/10/2008 by tim4172 (2 reviews written)
My son loved the show in January 2007, but was bored in January 2008. Whoever organises the show needs to do better this year. Shame, because it should be a really great show considering who is behind it… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/09/2008 by lisa lennox (4 reviews written)
Took my daughter to see this a couple of years ago as she loved all the cbeebies characters. But I was a bit disappointed with her reaction. She wasn't that interested… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2007 by sleepdeprived (1 review written)
I found CBeebies Live very simplistic format which was a bit disappointing for all the money paid. Toddlers however, enjoyed it very much.
Some characters seemed to be there for the sake of being there. So if your child has a particular favourite and it's not one of the main names, they may be surprised/disappointed at there almost cameo appearance.
That said will most likely be there again next year!… Read Full Review
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