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100 stars.
Reviewed by David C.
01 February 2022
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“Recycle that, would see again”
Good fun!
Reviewed by Angela S.
31 January 2022
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Review by Danielle Rock | 19 January 2022

The skill and the story in The Bubble Show with Mini Milkshake is both charming and cheerfully captivating, no matter your age.

Your children will be utterly enchanted by the beauty and brilliance of the The Bubble Show. And far surpassing my expectations, The Bubble Show goes far beyond the soap to tell a timeless, playful story of the power of friendship.

The show begins with a curious Dr Bubble busily mixing his bubbly concoctions in a laboratory. One evening, following some experimentation, his rainbow-haired hand puppet becomes a real-world bubble buddy, reminiscent of a mischievous Gremlin but with much more bounce and beauty.

From this point on, we are catapulted into a magical, bubbly world. There are big bubbles, small bubbles, smoky bubbles, square bubbles, colourful bubbles, snake bubbles, moving bubbles, and just as you think there is not more adventure to be had with bubbles, the show reaches its bold and boisterous climax, guaranteed to get your little gremlins going. 

The beauty of the Bubble Show floats not only within the bubbles themselves; both Dr Bubble and Mini Milkshake combine the art of physical comedy with the magic of a multisensory experience through a carefully curated soundtrack, well-timed lighting, movement, and motion, reminding us all that child-like wonder can be experienced at any age with a little imagination and creativity.

Whilst the bubbles themselves eventually burst, the complex and sometimes somewhat turbulent story of friendship does not, with the true meaning of companionship lingering for the audience young and old, long after the bubbles drift away.