Friday, July 26, 2013

Nickelodeon's "Dora The Explorer LIVE! Search For The City Of Lost Toys" Musical Stage Show Tour To Perform At Bromley's Churchill Theatre In August 2013

The British regional newspaper the Bexley Times has announced in the following article that Nick Jr. megastar "Dora the Explorer" will be bringing her live musical stage show, "Dora The Explorer LIVE! Search For The City Of Lost Toys", to the Churchill Theatre in Bromley, South East London, England, UK, where Nickelodeon's preschool superstar will be holding six performances of her live musical stage show - on Monday 12th August 2013 at 4:00pm, Tuesday 13th August 2013 at 10:00am, 1:00pm and 4:00pm, and Wednesday 14th August 2013 at 10:00am and 1:00pm - as part of the entertainment complex's Summer season of entertainment!

Tickets for Dora the Explorer LIVE! at Bromley's Churchill Theatre are priced between £18.90 - £20.90 and are available to buy by visiting (all bookings made through ATG Tickets for this venue are subject to a £2.85 Transaction fee).

Nickelodeon UK presenter Anna Williamson ("Camp Orange", "Jamie's & Anna's Big Weekend", "UPick Summer", "N-View") will also be starring as the title character in Churchill Theatre Bromley's "Cinderella" pantomime, which will run at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley, South East London from Friday 29th November 2013 to Sunday 5th January 2014:
The hunt is on for Dora the Explorer at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre next month

Dora the Explorer will be searching for her lost teddy bear in Bromley next month.

Dora The Explorer is on the hunt for her lost teddy bear at The Churchill Theatre next month.

The multi-lingual Nickelodeon character comes to The Churchill Theatre, in Bromley High Street, for a show that features regular characters Map, Backpack, Boots and Diego.

Dora will need some help from the audience as she tries to find the City of Lost Toys in order to retrieve her beloved teddy, Osito.

She will use her map-reading, counting, musical and language skills to navigate her way through the number pyramid and mixed-up jungle to reach the city.

But youngsters better watch out for the sneaky fox, Swiper, who is out to make Dora’s journey a little more difficult.

Dora the Explorer Live! will see fans able to dance and sing along with the characters across six shows from Monday, August 12 to Wednesday, August 14.

Tickets cost £18.90, visit