We have all loved and gleefully watched the TV series, Peppa Pig, ironically or with our siblings. This heartfelt series about having shared experiences, the meaning of family and knowing the importance of community is by far the best thing a young kid could watch on television. The cartoon series not only ensnares the senses of our cute little bundles of joy, it also makes for a fun program and a constant source of funny memes for us adult.

If you want to indulge in a rush of nostalgia or become a kid for the day, Peppa Pig's theatrical adaptation will be performed at the Siri fort Auditorium this 28. The show is perfect for you if you're looking to relive the heyday of your childhood, or simply want to earn brownie points with a young one.

Peppa Pig comes to Delhi

The theatrical performance will be a first for Delhi, where not many such show happen, especially for children. Though, you can be sure that there is no age-limit on the screening and no matter how "old" you are you can always have a bit of fun.

The live performance will be a musical one and we're eager to become a part of Peppa Pig's celebration and bring home an extremely satisfied little bundle of joy.

The show is about a wonderful surprise Mummy and Daddy pig have prepared for Peppa and it would be full of fun, giant dancing balls, songs, surprises and a dose of laughter.

Knock Knock

Being an adult it is not difficult to find entertainment in Delhi, the city is your playing field with its endless number of options. Yet, if you have young kids at home, you know that it is extremely difficult to find something to do or places to be. With the theatrical performance you will have the opportunity to take part in something that your child enjoys as well.

Book your tickets here

Date: 23-24 November

Venue: Sirifort Auditorium, August Kranti Marg, Asian Games Village, Gautam nagar, Delhi

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