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A new musical adventure for children aged three and above is playing at Chelsea Theatre until Christmas Eve.

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Chipo Kureya and Peyvand Sadeghian in Penguin! Elephant! at Chelsea Theatre, London Photo Matt Hargraves

A new musical adventure for children aged three and above is playing at Chelsea Theatre until Christmas Eve.

Penguin! Elephant! tells the story of an unlikely pair of animals who must overcome their initial differences.

Penguin has been used to having things his way, he loves having his fish fingers all to himself and to keep everything in black and white. When Elephant arrives he has very different ideas. He is messy and likes lots of colour everywhere.

The show is from children’s theatre company Goblin and has as its theme celebrating each other’s differences and sharing cultures. It features hilarious physical comedy, dance and original songs.

There is a rap about Fish Fingers, some food-based mess and even a magical balloon ride over a winter landscape.

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