Nothing lazy about Alban Arena show

PUBLISHED: 11:21 14 May 2009 | UPDATED: 14:07 06 May 2010

ONE of the UK s most successful theatre touring shows is back at the Alban Arena next week with a brand-new show. Lazytown Live! – The Pirate Adventure features star jumps, power moves, plenty of fun, sing-along songs and dancing in the aisles when it app

ONE of the UK's most successful theatre touring shows is back at the Alban Arena next week with a brand-new show.

Lazytown Live! - The Pirate Adventure features star jumps, power moves, plenty of fun, sing-along songs and dancing in the aisles when it appears from next Wednesday to Saturday, May 20-24.

It pledges to transport young and old alike on to the high seas through a high-energy story full of parrots, pieces of eight and buried treasure.

Joining in will be Lazytown favourites, Stephanie and Sportacus together with Robbie Rottten.

The show was conceived, written and directed by Icelander Magnus Scheving, who plays Sportacus in the TV show, and aims to be not just entertainment but a lifestyle brand for young children.

With its lessons about making healthy food choices and being physically active, it aims to provide children with positive role models while still being fun.

Performances are at various times over the five days and information together with tickets at £18.50 for adults and £16.50 for under 16s together with more expensive superseats can be obtained from the box office on 01727 844488 or by going to www. alban-arena.co.uk


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