Events & Whats On in Wiltshire - Bananas in Pyjamas - Performance in Salisbury, Salisbury - VisitWiltshire
Bananas in Pyjamas
Tel: +(44) 01722 434434
"Are you thinking what I'm thinking B1?"
"I think I am B2?"
It's party time in Cuddlestown. But wait ... the guest of honour has gone missing.
It's a Banana Emergency
Come and help the Banana Detectives solve the case!
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