Milkshake! Live – all singing, all dancing, musical masterpiece!

Sunday the Welsh Mummy Blogs family experienced Milkshake! Live on stage. I had kept it a secret from my boys (age 4 & 2) that we were attending. They are big fans of Milkshake! We watch the show every morning whilst eating our breakfast and getting ready for school.

We were to watch the talented Milkshake! presenters at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay.

Ethan outside the theatre

As soon as we entered the theatre and the curtain pulled back the boy’s faces lit up!! Milkshake! Monkey!! The audience roared!! The atmosphere was simply amazing!

Taking the audience on a journey through the world’s favourite fairy tales, the Milkshake! presenters did a fantastic job of keeping little ones entertained as we explored some popular fairy tales.

Favourites such as; Bob the BuilderLittle PrincessNoddy, Fireman SamShimmer & ShinePip from Pip Ahoy!Winnie and Wilbur and Wissper were cleverly entwined into the classic fairy tales that were performed on stage.

With each new fairy tale, out pops a new character and the kids go wild! The cheering was loud, you could feel vibration of excitement in the room.

The Milkshake! presenters were great, they had so much energy. I felt out of breath just watching them dance and portray different characters for each changing fairy tale and scene. They really encouraged the children to get up and dance (and mums and dads!), they added a touch of panto to some stories which only added to the excitement.

As with all of my reviews I am 100% honest,  I would say that the theatre can be a very busy place so it may be a little overwhelming for some children: I would also add that I felt it more suitable for those over 4. My two year old son only stayed to watch an hour as he was getting unsettled however, saying that he has not stopped talking about seeing the real fireman Sam and Bob the builder!

This show is really not to be missed! Details of future performances can be found below.

15/07/2017

Margate Winter Gardens
12pm
16/07/2017
Shrewsbury Theatre Severn
12pm & 4pm
22/07/2017
Colchester Charter Hall
12pm
23/07/2017
Southend Cliffs Pavilion
1pm & 3.30pm
25/07/2017
Jersey Opera House
11am & 2.30pm
26/07/2017
Jersey Opera House
11am & 2.30pm
29/07/2017
Warrington Parr Hall
11.30am & 3pm
30/07/2017
Gateshead Sage Theatre
11am & 2pm
05/08/2017
Hull City Hall
12pm
06/08/2017
Banbury Mill Arts Centre
2pm
08/08/2017
Truro Hall for Cornwall
12pm & 4pm
10/08/2017
Radlett Centre
11am & 2pm
12/08/2017
Guildford G-Live
12pm & 3.30pm
13/08/2017
Weston-super-Mare Playhouse
12pm & 4pm
19/08/2017
Basildon Towngate Theatre
11am & 2pm
20/08/2017
Port Talbot Princess Royal Theatre
11am & 2pm
03/09/2017
Carlisle Sands Centre
11am & 3pm
09/09/2017
Bury St Edmonds Apex Theatre
12pm & 3.30pm
10/09/2017
Eastbourne Devonshire Park Theatre
11am & 3pm
16/09/2017
Newark Palace Theatre
12pm & 4pm
17/09/2017
Dartford Orchard Theatre
11am & 2pm
23/09/2017
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
1pm & 4pm
24/09/2017
Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall
12pm & 3.30pm
01/10/2017
Runcorn The Brindley Theatre
12.30pm & 3pm
07/10/2017
Yeovil Octagon Theatre
12pm & 3.30pm
07/10/2017
Yeovil Octagon Theatre
12pm & 3.30pm
08/10/2017
Epsom Playhouse
12pm & 3.30pm
14/10/2017
Consett Empire Theatre
1pm & 4pm
21/10/2017
Aldershot Princes Hall
12pm & 3.30pm
22/10/2017
Bournemouth Pavilion
12pm & 3.30pm
23/10/2017
St Albans The Alban Arena
12pm & 3.30pm
24/10/2017
Chelmsford City Theatres
12pm & 3.30pm
25/10/2017
Kings Lynn Corn Exchange
12pm & 4pm
26/10/2017
Stafford Gatehouse Theatre
12pm & 3.30pm
28/10/2017
The Baths Hall
12pm & 3.30pm
30/10/2017
Swansea Grand Theatre
12pm & 3.30 pm
31/10/2017
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
11am & 3pm
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