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Sunday, 19 August 2018

PAW Patrol Live - The Great Pirate Adventure at Arena Birmingham #Review

PAW Patrol Live - The Great Pirate Adventure 
at Arena Birmingham.


Yesterday we headed off to the Arena Birmingham to watch the brand new PAW Patrol Live - The Great Pirate Adventure. My little man used to love PAW Patrol, it was one of his favourite shows to watch when he was growing up. He's outgrown it a little now he's 8 but he was more than happy to go along to see the live show. I surprised him by bringing some of his school friends along which made our day even more special. Everyone was so excited to see each other and enjoy a fun filled live action show together. Our youngest guest was 5 so he was more suited to the show, age wise but I think once it began, they all enjoyed it. We had great seats with a lovely view and the kids loved waving the Pirate Flags they'd be given as we made our way to our seats. Every time they shouted 'Pirate Parrot' they waved their flags in the air. It was very pantomime style but the kids loved joining in every time.


PAW Patrol Live - The Great Pirate Adventure follows the exciting story of Pirate Day in Adventure Bay and how Mayor Goodway is getting ready for their big celebration! The show wouldn't be exciting without a Pup Rescue so Ryder and his team of pups had to rescue Captain Turbot from a mysterious cavern. As they do, they discover a secret pirate treasure map which is the main theme of the show. The PAW Patrol set out on their adventure to find the hidden treasure for Mayor Goodway’s celebration before the naughty Mayor Humdinger finds it first. It's a great story filled with music and songs. The characters costumes are so great, it was a really nice show to watch and we even got to meet the newest pup - Tracker!


The show tour started in Edinburgh back in July and will continue to move around the country for the rest of this month and into the first week of September. The tour is still yet to visit the following venues on the following dates in case you'd like to go to one of the shows.

Cardiff Motor Point Arena - Wed 22 Aug
London The SSE Arena, Wembley - Sat 25 - Sun 26 Aug
Leeds First Direct Arena - Wed 29 Aug
Bournemouth International Centre - Sat 1 - Sun 2 Sep
Brighton, Brighton Centre - Sat 8 - Sun 9 Sep

Tickets prices start from just £15.00 plus booking fee. Family tickets are available and Infants under 1 can go free when sitting on their parents lap (no ticket required).

All persons 1 year and over must purchase a ticket.

We enjoyed the show and would happily recommend it to any PAW patrol fans. My boy was a little over the age of most children there but he enjoyed watching and taking part. Being a bit older meant he could sit still and watch the show and actually enjoy what was going on.

Disclosure: We were invited along to the show for free in return for an honest review.

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