Emu pays a visit to see his feathered friends at Dartmoor Zoological Park

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There was one extra bird in the emu pen this week when Toby Hull took Emu along to meet his feathered friends at Dartmoor Zoological Park. Armed with some tasty bird food, Toby Hull and Emu joined Curator of Animals Steve Pilcher at the emus feeding time.

Toby Hull and Emu are in the South West ahead of this year’s swashbuckling pantomime Peter Pan at the Theatre Royal Plymouth. Toby Hull said: “I thought it would be good for Emu to make some friends while we are down here, so I’ve brought him along to Dartmoor Zoological Park – what a fantastic place.”

Dartmoor Zoological Park, whose story is told in Ben’s Zoo, a four part documentary currently running on BBC 2, has over 200 animals from tiny stick insects to brown bears and lions. Dartmoor Zoological Park is open daily from 10am all year round. Further details can be found at www.dartmoorzoologicalpark.co.uk

Peter Pan runs at the Theatre Royal from Friday 14 December 2007 to Saturday 19 January 2008. Tickets are available from the Theatre Royal box office on 01752 267222 or in person. Alternatively please “Click Here”:/prod-productions_details.asp?pid=28 to book online.

This year, the Theatre Royal is delighted to announce that Wrigley is sponsoring the pantomime through its Hubba Bubba brand.

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