In the Night Garden Live review

We were kindly sent tickets to see In The Night Garden Live at the Trafford Centre in Manchester.

In The Night Garden Live is a show that any In The Night Garden fan will love to see! The show is held it’s own purpose-built showdome and it means that everyone has a good view of the show. I got there really early just in case and I had a very good seat but to be honest for the amount of seats there, it didn’t matter where I sat.

There are two shows. The Ninky Nonk show and The Pinky Ponk show. We saw the Pinky Ponk show. Makka Pakka washes everyone’s faces, until his sponge gets stuck in Upsy Daisy’s megaphone. We all really enjoyed it. Miss A was in her element  as she does like In The Night Garden. She was waving to them all and shouting hello as they came on the stage. I thought that this was very cute! The people sitting below must of had earache by the time the show finished. The duration was just right, just under an hour. The showdome was really good. It is exactly what is needed for a children’s show. I hope the show is back in Manchester next year. Would like to see the other show. There are two more days left to see the show in Manchester and then they are moving to Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham.

Here are a few pictures of the show:

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In The Night Garden Live

And some photos of Miss A

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Miss A at in The Night Garden Live

But my favourite photo of all is this:

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Miss A at In The Night Garden Live

 

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