Chaos and calamity are guaranteed as characters from a popular CBBC show take to the stage in their Eastbourne debut at the Royal Hippodrome Theatre.
Bear Behaving Badly will see Nev, Crazy Keith, Barney, Aunt Barbara and angry caretaker Mr Prank in a show packed with adventure, mischief and mess.
Aimed at 4-12 age group, the show promises to be plenty of fun with singing, dancing and comedy. It also aims to be educational by teaching young people about the importance of healthy eating and exercise.
The stage production will feature Glen Davies who plays Mr Prank. Also starring in the show on video is popular presenter Barney Harwood.
This is the latest chance to enjoy the characters from the popular programme. Since first airing in 2007, Bear Behaving Badly has become one of CBBC’s most popular shows.
The four series which spanned a total of 78 episodes are repeated regularly on the channel and still prove a must-see for viewers.
Darren Weir from the Royal Hippodrome said: “It will be exciting to welcome Barney and his friends to The Royal Hippodrome. Not only will they be having a brand new adventure, ice-cream van operator Mr Prank will be around too.”
Showing at 1.30pm and 4.30pm. Tickets £14 - £16. Family ticket for four £54. For special offer quote “MIRROR” when phoning 01323 802020 and get childrens tickets for just £6.