The story takes place in the jungle and begins with meeting Zeena Zebra, she tells the children about why zebras and giraffe are good friends in the jungle.

We meet Dr Fattenborough (who is the long-lost cousin of David Attenborough) she is an explorer and has come to the jungle to see the animals, study them and maybe find an interesting specimen to take back to London Zoo.

We meet the cheeky monkeys who dance and tell lots of silly jokes and we discover why bees are so important and that without bees none of us would have any food to eat at all. 

This story is a lesson in conservation and everyone agrees that humans and animals need to work together to learn about each other and co-exist together on our planet. They all hug and make friends and everyone has a dance party!

Click here to view the Peek into the jungle leaflet!

Peek into the Jungle is ideal for young children aged 2-12 years and will teach them about the importance of the animals on our planet with many silly jokes, fun and games included! Quote: “A really great pantomime enjoyed by all the children and staff, lots of involvement for the children. The actors were very friendly and polite, arrived early and were very well organized, a lovely set and super costumes. Pitched at the right level for early years children. Thank you for a lovely show.” - Deansbrook Infant School, Mill Hill, London

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