One of the most loved children’s TV shows is going on tour and fans will be able to see a certain little dog like never before.

Bluey’s Big Play will be coming to Newcastle next year and will be brought to real life.

Bandit, Chilli and Bingo will be joining Bluey on stage featuring puppets, sets and new music by Bluey composer, Joff Bush.

The show will involve 50 minutes of non-stop fun and entertainment for all the family.

When is Bluey’s Big Play coming to Newcastle?

Bluey’s Big Play will be coming to the Theatre Royal in Newcastle from March 8 until March 10 in 2024.

This will be just one of 30 dates on the UK and Ireland tour, starting on December 2 this year and performing all the way through until September 1, 2024.

What is Bluey’s Big Play about?

The synopsis says: “When Dad feels like a little bit of Sunday afternoon time out, Bluey and Bingo have other plans!

“Join them as they pull out all of the games and cleverness at their disposal to get Dad off that bean bag.”

How to buy tickets for Bluey’s Big Play at Theatre Royal in Newcastle

Booking is now open for Theatre Royal members on its website, with ticket prices starting from £10.

Other booking dates for ‘friends’ of the venue went on sale on June 28, while ‘advantage, groups & schools’ can grab their tickets from 10am today.

If you are not part of these selections but are hoping to make a child’s dream come true to see Bluey in real life, then fear not.

Tickets for the general public will be available from Thursday, July 6 at 10am.

According to Radio Times, director of Windmill Theatre Company, Rosemary Myers, said: “We’re thrilled to be bringing Bluey’s Big Play The Stage Show to UK and Ireland audiences premiering at the prestigious Royal Festival Hall in December.

“The response to the show from fans across Australia and the USA has been nothing short of amazing.

"We can't wait for UK families to experience all the fun and excitement of having Bluey and her family on stage live in their city."

More information about Bluey's Big Play can be found on the Theatre Royal website.