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Foyles readies for special Peppa Pig tea party

Special Easter event will celebrate Peppa Goes to London book launch.

Foyles is teaming up with eOne and Ladybird to host a special Peppa Pig London Tea Party this Easter.

The initiative – taking place on Thursday April 13 at the Charing Cross branch – will be marking the launch of new book, Peppa Goes to London.

The title is based on Peppa Visits London, one of the new episodes which will feature in Peppa Pig My First Cinema Experience, which launches on April 7.

Foyles will be hosting an afternoon of cupcake decorating, face painting and ‘piggy ear making’ before screening some of its favourite Peppa Pig episodes – including the Around the World special and Peppa Meets the Queen.

There is also an option for children to take home a copy of Peppa’s London Day Out: Sticker Activity Book.

You can click on this link for full details of the ticket options.

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