Three-year-old Logan Allery would love to meet Elmo when he comes to Rocky in April this year.
Three-year-old Logan Allery would love to meet Elmo when he comes to Rocky in April this year. Sharyn O'Neill

Logan can't wait to meet Elmo

HE'S red, furry and adored by children across the globe.

No it's not sunburnt Santa, but the world's favourite little red monster, Elmo.

Elmo will be putting smiles on Rockhampton kids' faces in April this year, when he visits the region as part of his world tour and it would be hard to find someone more excited than little Logan Allery.

The three-year-old is addicted to anything Elmo.

From dancing along to Elmo's television shows to cuddling up with one of his three Elmo toys at night, Logan is a devoted fan.

The tour, which will be making stops right around Australia, sees the Sesame Street gang go on an adventure through imagination, learning how people sing, dance and say hello in different places around the world.

The Australian leg will also include a new member of the gang, Lady Baa-Baa - a world-travelling Australian sheep.

Sesame Street first aired in Australia on the ABC in 1971, with Elmo joining the family later in 1984.

The show has since become the most widely viewed television program for children in the world, available in more than 150 countries.

For more information on the show or to purchase tickets go to www.pilbeamtheatre.com.au or call 4927 4111.

 

ELMO'S WORLD TOUR

  • Rockhampton Pilbeam Theatre
  • Friday 13 April at 10am
  • All tickets $29.90 (children 12 months and under, on your knee, admitted free)


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