Tweenies live at Cardiff International Arena Reviews
Newest Review: ... iliar credits on the video screen. Then Milo, Jake, Fizz and Bella appeared on stage to fireworks. One of my daughters is scared of fireworks, but the ones used throughout the show were small, pretty and refreshingly quiet, so even little kids should be fine with them. They began by singing a few action songs such as ‘One Finger, One Thumb’ and ‘Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes’. Then Max appeared on stage, looking for the Tweenies, who are hiding. When he finds them, they ask him what he thinks is fab-a-rooney and he replies that buses are. The Tweenies leave the stage, appearing in the video footage behi... more
Customer Tweenies live at Cardiff International Arena Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/03/02, updated on 18/03/02 (Very useful, 1811 readings)
INTRO This afternoon, four of us went to the Cardiff International Arena to see the Tweenies live. My fiancé and I took my two youngest daughters who will be six and nine years old next month. The tickets cost £12.50 each and we booked over the Internet, using Ticketmaster. This will be quite a detailed review, so feel free to skip anything you find boring. I think it is often useful to read informative reviews so you can decide whether this show will be good for your child. TOUR The Tweenies Fab-a-rooney tour moves from Cardiff to Nottingham, London and Sheffield, concluding in April. If you’ve missed out this time, look out ... Read the complete review
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