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Beermonster
Posted - 10 May 2018 16:26
Has anyone been?
Has anyone stayed in the CBeebies Hotel?

Did your child/children go nuts for it?

The one thing I don't think I could deal with is the In the Night Garden rooms which seem to have this as the bath/shower... nightmares!

Queenie E
Posted - 10 May 2018 16:33
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No
No
N/A

aghghghgh **** that
Parsnip
Posted - 10 May 2018 16:34
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is there a topsy and tim's mum ride?
that would bring me much joy
Capt Haddock
Posted - 10 May 2018 16:35
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god no.

sounds like a nightmare
Queenie E
Posted - 10 May 2018 16:37
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how old is your child and how CBeebies obsessive are they?

Beermonster
Posted - 10 May 2018 16:40
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2 years 4 months. He does very much like CBeebies...
Mrs Beer is quite keen on the idea of going
Capt Haddock
Posted - 10 May 2018 16:42
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Mrs Beer needs a spa break and she will come to her senses.
Used Psychology
Posted - 10 May 2018 16:57
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Why not go to somewhere like luxuryfamilyhotels instead?
A 1ng 1ng time ago...
Posted - 10 May 2018 16:59
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A few years back I took the beasts to In The Night Garden Live (think it was in Richmond). It was really good, but kind of made me wish I'd dropped some acid before going in.

I still get marketing emails from them so worth a google.

bookem
Posted - 10 May 2018 17:14
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We were going to get Gem from Swashbuckle for the 5th b'day party.

I was quite excited about that...
A 1ng 1ng time ago...
Posted - 10 May 2018 17:17
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M7 we've been to birthday parties with Dave Benson Philips.

And we've seen the Fletch in panto (in woking)

*drops mike*
bookem
Posted - 10 May 2018 17:18
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in panto would be a great day out tis true
A 1ng 1ng time ago...
Posted - 10 May 2018 17:19
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As I've said before he is rivalled in stage presence only by Mick Jagger and JBJ
Badman
Posted - 10 May 2018 17:21
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Oh good god - that looks horrendous. Do they have a big picture of Mr Tumble on one of the shower walls? Because that would give me traumatic flashbacks of the time a naked Montie jumped out of the shower at me whilst doing his "elephant impression".


It was impressive too - he managed to shove three iced bund up his backside using his old feller before I managed to wrestle him to the ground and have him escorted off the premises.
A 1ng 1ng time ago...
Posted - 10 May 2018 17:24
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You can't do the elephant impression naked, it requires pockets. Unless he was using his hands for the ears.

further, "I managed to wrestle him to the ground" - I do not believe you've told this story in the way you'd intended...
Badman
Posted - 10 May 2018 17:26
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I can see your point.


It's not as big as Montie's though.
Zero Gravitas
Posted - 10 May 2018 17:49
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I'm going to the Geronimo festival this year, Big J is at that as are a bunch of other Cbeebies presenters and no doubt awful awful middle class people
B•a•M
Posted - 10 May 2018 17:59
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My almost 4 yr old won’t stop singing that bastard Waffle Doggy song.

I almost want her to get bitten by a Waffle-a-like so she starts hating the programme
Asturias es mi patria
Posted - 10 May 2018 18:09
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*scoffs at the mere suggestion that lot could touch “The Wiggles “ live”

Gloucester
Posted - 10 May 2018 19:22
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Thomas Land at Drayton Manor is cheaper but still great for kids that age group - and it has a little zoo.
A 1ng 1ng time ago...
Posted - 10 May 2018 19:27
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The wiggles are fckng ace tbftbf. Where the fck did u see them live tho?

My personal fave is the episode with kylie...
Asturias es mi patria
Posted - 10 May 2018 22:27
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Saw The Wiggles at the Hammersmith Apollo, gawd knows when, I'm guessing 2008...
Asturias es mi patria
Posted - 10 May 2018 22:29
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the interweb tells me it was 2007
Asturias es mi patria
Posted - 10 May 2018 22:32
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Asturias es mi patria
Posted - 10 May 2018 22:33
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jacket’n’jeans
Posted - 10 May 2018 22:34
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Prefer the Specials version m6 soz
Asturias es mi patria
Posted - 10 May 2018 22:46
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They were waaaaay more successful than the Specials

The group was formally consolidated in 2005. They were listed at the top of Business Review Weekly's top-earning Australian entertainers four years in a row, and earned A$45 million in 2009. They have earned several Platinum, Double Platinum and Multi-Platinum records, as well as sold 23 million DVDs and 7 million CDs, and have performed, on average, to one million people per year.



....since 2005....


The Oz top 10 (gross income for 2007-08)
The Wiggles $45.0 million
Kylie Minogue $40.0 million
Russell Crowe $36.0 million
Hugh Jackman $25.0 million
Hi-5 $18.0 million
Cate Blanchett $14.0 million
Keith Urban $12.3 million
AC/DC $12.0 million

bookem
Posted - 11 May 2018 10:00
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based purely on a crappy plastic "guitar" some a-hole gave my daughter as a baby and which played various wiggles hits at the push of a button i can safely say they should have been fired into the sun years ago.

do not @ me
angrynconfused
Posted - 11 May 2018 10:06
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Going next weekend so I can report back.

I expect it to be hell