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Wiggles set to rock Moncreiff

The Wiggles are coming to Bundy.
The Wiggles are coming to Bundy. Neil Hamilton-Ritchie

BUNDABERG get ready to wiggle.

Children's entertainment supergroup The Wiggles are heading out on the road to introduce their new team.

The 'Taking Off' tour will introduce the three new Wiggles - red Wiggle Simon Pryce; the first female Wiggle, Emma, the yellow Wiggle; and the purple Wiggle Lachlan.

'Taking Off' audiences will also be some of the first pint sized fans to hear some new Wiggles material.

The Wiggles friends Dorothy the Dinosaur, Captain Feathersword, Wags the Dog and Henry the Octopus, will also be there to dance and sing.

Bundaberg Regional Council Sports, Recreation and Venues Portfolio spokeswoman Councillor Lynne Forgan said the Wiggles were always welcome in Bundaberg.

"We thank the old Wiggles members for their dedication to the education of children around Australia and welcome the new members with open arms," she said.

The Wiggles will perform at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on April 19 from 10am.

For information on tickets please call 4130 4100 or go to www.moncrieff-bundaberg.com.au.

Topics:  moncrieff theatre, wiggles




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