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Delight for kids as star shows hit area

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: May 29, 2014

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YOUNGSTERS are set to be in for a treat as plenty of their favourites head on to the stage in Staffordshire.

The Regent Theatre, in Stoke on Trent, will be playing host to some of the best family entertainment shows during the next few months.

The Chuckle Brothers, Barry and Paul, begin the feast of family fun from 2pm on Saturday, June 7, when they preform their new show ‘The Chuckle Brothers in a 2014 Space Oddity’.

The brothers visit a toy shop to buy some water pistol and while there, they notice a toy space ship which they get in. “Don’t touch anything” the shopkeeper shouts out, “especially that button!” “This button?” they ask – before pressing the button and accidentally going into space on a new adventure.

Just over a week later, from 11am and 2.30pm on Sunday, June 15, the Sooty Show heads into town in a new show to delight the whole family.

Joining the nation’s favourite bear will be Sweep, Soo and Sooty’s TV partner Richard Cadell – who will be attempting to keep Sooty from getting up to mischief.

There will also be a chance to meet Richard and Sooty after the show.

Later in the summer, in August, Scooby-Doo and the gang are back by popular demand and with even more spooky mystery in ‘The Mystery of the Pyramid.’

Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne arrive in Egypt where they must solve the mystery of the Pharaoh Hatchepsout’s Pyramid.

The show runs from 6.30pm on Tuesday, August 12 and 2.30pm and 6.30pm on Wednesday, August 13.

Jonathan Wilkes and Christian Patterson return in this year’s Regent pantomime Dick Whittington.

This year’s Panto runs from Friday, November 28 to Sunday, January 4.

Tickets for all of the above shows can be purchased at the theatre’s box office, by calling 0844 871 7649 or by heading online and visiting www.atgtickets.com/stoke

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