Danger Mouse, Mim-Mim and Tree Fu Tom entertain fans

Published on: 5th November 2015

FremantleMedia Kids and Family Entertainment’s Danger Mouse was projected onto the side of the BBC in Hull as part of CBBC Live and Digital.

dangermouse480The projection formed part of an interactive game in which children had to use a code to help Danger Mouse make his way 24 metres across the building, avoiding baddies and getting to the top in time to be able to escape with his jet pack.

Giant bunny Mim-Mim from pre-school hit Kate & Mim-Mim and super-hero Tree Fu Tom will also be heading across the Severn Bridge to Cardiff this weekend. The event aims to entertain the crowds gathering for the CBeebies annual Christmas Panto.

“We are delighted that our hugely popular characters are out interacting with their many fans at such high-profile Children’s BBC events,” said Tessa Moore, SVP global brands FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment.

The new series of Danger Mouse launched on CBBC in September and features the voice talents of Alexander Armstrong, Kevin Eldon, Shauna Macdonald, Dave Lamb and Stephen Fry.



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