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Bing Bunny – TV Tales for Tinies

Thursday 15th June

Bing Bunny fans will be hopping with excitement!

Oxford superstar Ted Dewan, author, illustrator and creator of Bing Bunny visits The Story Museum.

Date and time: Saturday 14th January, 14:00 – 14:45

Venue: The Story Museum, Pembroke Street, Oxford, OX1 1BP

Price and age: £7/£5, ages 3+

Event link: http://www.storymuseum.org.uk/whats-on/bing-bunny/

Cbeebies favourite Bing Bunny is coming to The Story Museum this January. Oxford superstar Ted Dewan, author and creator of the much loved mischievous bunny rabbit, will be sharing his books and his work on the hit CBeebies television series. Young fans will also have the chance to draw their very own Bing Bunny with help from Ted himself.  Dewan will be showcasing his talents with a live drawing session for toddlers and their parents.

Ted Dewan is an illustrator, cartoonist, journalist and author. He worked as a cartoonist for The Sunday Times, The Independent and The Daily Telegraph before moving on to children’s books. He now illustrates and writes his own material for children. His books include One True Bear, Crispin the Pig series and Bing Bunny.

Bing is an Emmy Award winning children’s television series based on the books by Ted Dewan. The series follows a pre-school bunny named Bing as he experiences the world around him. It uses small everyday occurrences to demonstrate how he learns new ways to manage situations with the help of his carer, Flop (voiced by Mark Rylance) and friends. The show’s central phrase is “It’s a Bing thing!” which Flop intones at the end of each episode when Bing has successfully conquered a troubling task or enjoyed a new childhood experience.

Bing Bunny takes place on the 14 January at 14:00. Tickets are £7/£5 and can be bought at www.ticketsoxford.co.uk or by calling the ticket office on 01865 305305. The event is suitable for ages 3+ and their families.

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