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"Toopy and Binoo and the Marshmallow Moon" Review

By Expecting Mom, Vancouver

We recently saw Toopy and Binoo live in their debut show called Marshmallow Moon. The show itself was amazing. Our little one could not stop grinning from ear to ear right from the start to the end of the show.

The best thing about Marshmallow Moon was that they encompassed so many characters from various episodes into the show. They had Dusteroos, the toy box monster with his six eyes, the sheep and even the cats. I could not remember which episode the cats were from, but my daughter quickly told me, “they are from puzzle world mom.”

You also cannot forget Mrs Octopus. Mrs Octopus starts off the show and builds the anticipation of when and where Toopy and Binoo will show up.

Of course Patchy Patch is there with Binoo. My daughter was very concerned every time she could not see Patchy Patch. She did not want to see Patchy Patch lost like in “Where’s Patchy Patch.”

Koba Entertainment definitely hit the mark so to speak with their Toopy and Binoo debut show. There was tons of singing and a lot of laughs including of course that Toopy laugh we have all come to know.

To sum the entire show up, our daughter was mesmerized from start to finish. We saw the show 5 days ago and she is still talking about it.

As far as the merchandise for sale at the show, you can purchase t-shirts, the latest Toopy and Binoo DVD which is called “The Best of Toopy & Binoo,” a wonderful magic light wand and the Toopy and Binoo plush doll that have been so hard to find.

I am not sure if this is the case at every venue or just unique to the Vancouver show, but it is very important to know that they take cash only. So if you are going to buy any souvenirs, then make sure you bring cash. The Toopy and Binoo plush doll was $35, the light up wand was $10. T-shirts I believe were $15.

The souvenirs were very popular with them running out of Toopy and Binoo plush dolls before the show started. Luckily they had more stock and got them ready for the intermission and after the show.

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