It is always exciting when you got to be one of the first few to watch a new TV show and if it is from a channel that you love, it is definitely a double bonus.
On Last Saturday, We headed to London for the premiere of the new TV show from Nick Jr and I think I was far more excited than the kids. The Digby Dragon Premiere was something that was kept as a secret to the kids so they had no clue when they entered the screening room 🙂
As we had to head off after DD1’s tuition which unfortunately ran late that day, we missed the yummy food and the chance to meet Digby Dragon and had to enter the screening room straightaway.
We silently entered the room filled with Fairy wings and Bean bags and as the kids had been to a few premiere before, they knew there would be popcorn around, So off they went to grab some popcorn and found a comfortable bean bag to lie on to enjoy the premiere.
As the big footed Dragon landed on the screen, the kids got glued to the screen and there was only the characters talking for the next half an hour while the children giggled, laughed and enjoyed the show.
Digby Dragon is an animation based on Sally Hunter’s original work and has been commissioned for 26 episodes on Nick Jr. It was great watching Digby dragon going on adventure in the woods with his friends and the link from Nick Jr might give you more idea about the show.
Every day is an adventure for Digby and his friends in the enchanted beauty of Applecross Wood. Digby is a young enthusiastic dragon who is learning how to fly and loves to explore with his best friend Fizzy Izzy, a fumbling, bumbling fairy, Grumpy – a knowledgeable goblin, and Chips, a scatterbrained, nut obsessed squirrel. When Digby and all his friends are on their adventures they help everyone, even some of the naughty animals. They all work together to keep Applecross Wood safe and fun for everyone!’
‘Watch Digby Dragon on his epic adventures, weekdays at 4:30pm, only on Nick Jr.’
Disclaimer: We were invited to the premiere of Digby Dragon by Nick Jr, there was no monetary compensation to write this post.