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Bella, Milo, Fizz, Jake and Doodles, as seen on TV! Playschool’s out and bedtime can wait. The Tweenies are back rocking all over the world in their brand new arena gig, No Sleep ‘til Bedtime. More rocking than Robbie, more bopping than Britney, the Tweenies are top of the pops. Their playroom walls glitter with gold and platinum discs, over 1 million fans worldwide have loved their live shows and they have twillions of fans who are always left screaming for more. Performing their chart-busting hits Number 1, Best Friends Forever and Do the Lollipop, classics from their Greatest Hits album the Tweenies, with Doodles, Izzles and surprise Guest Artists, will entertain, amaze and blow you away in their brand new arena show No Sleep ‘til Bedtime with songs you love to join in with. They will perform all of this for you on a brand new guitar-shaped stage. No Sleep ‘til Bedtime is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to party with your favourite TV stars and friends as you’ve never seen them before, so come on Tweenie Fans! Dress up as pop Princes and Princesses and join in with the fab-a-rooney vibe! Tweenies - Live! - No Sleep 'til Bedtime website.

Performers Leah Green, Simon Grover, Moma Macpherson, Emma Quintin, Angela Reynolds.
Producer BBC Worldwide. Producer Tell-Tale. Producer DC Entertainment. Author Iain Lauchlan. Author Will Brenton. Director Will Brenton. Design Sarah Burton. Choreographer Jenny Arnold. Lighting Mark Cunniffe.

Tweenies - Live! - No Sleep 'til Bedtime

Tweenies - Live! - No Sleep 'til Bedtime (Kids show) production archive for QTIX code T416984. Details of all Tweenies - Live! - No Sleep 'til Bedtime archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1942273178

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