eOne celebrates 15 years of Peppa with star-studded Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun preview

Sam Faiers, Lydia Bright and Imogen Thomas joined kids, families, fans and the voice cast of Peppa Pig to watch a preview screening of Peppa Pig: Festival of Fun at Vue Cinema in London this weekend.

The fans flocked to the special screening, hosted by Entertainment One at the cinema’s Leicester Square location on Sunday, March 17th to mark the latest in the Peppa Pig brand’s year-long 15th anniversary celebrations.

The series’ co-creator Neville Astley, producer Phil Davies and voice talent Harley Bird, (Peppa), Morwenna Banks (Mummy Pig) and John Sparkes (Narrator) were joined by celebrities, influencers, press, brand partners and their children at the screening.

It was held ahead of event ahead of the nationwide cinema release in the UK on April 5th 2019 during the Easter holidays.

Children dressed in festival themed outfits enjoyed activities such as face painting, arts and crafts, storytelling, balloon modelling and took part in a special Move with Peppa dance routine from licensee Tumuv before the feature was unveiled to audiences.

For Peppa’s latest big screen adventure, eOne has created a new hour-long cinema release entitled Peppa Pig Festival of Fun, which gives preschoolers 10 new episodes featuring a two-part festival special, complete with new characters and locations.

Each of the ten brand-new episodes will be connected with never-before-seen interactive entertainment featuring little ones singing and playing along with their favourite onscreen characters. 

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