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Fireman Sam : The Great Camping Adventure

Brand New for 2024

Venue: Coliseum Date: 25 March 2024 Artform: Children's Event
Fireman Sam : The Great Camping Adventure

Performances

  • Monday 25 March 2024 Mon 25 Mar 2024 25 Mar 24 12:00pm 3:30pm

Norman wants to go on an adventure to impress his friends, so when two famous animal explorers arrive in Pontypandy, he decides to follow them into the mountains.

But when Norman discovers a rare red squirrel, one of the explorers decides to take the glory for themselves, leaving Norman stranded in a cave.

Now it's up to Fireman Sam to save the day and ensure everyone is safe on their camping adventure!

Join Sam, Ellie, Elvis, Station Officer Steele and Norman in this UK premier, as you become a Pontypandy Pioneer and explore the mountains.

With fire engines, helicopters and brand new songs this is one adventure not to be missed!

Running Time: 1 hour

Age Guidance: Suitable for all ages

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