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Nick Jr partners with Vue Entertainment for PAW Patrol, Top Wing and Shimmer and Shine content

Nick Jr has partnered with Vue Entertainment to bring episodes of PAW Patrol, Top Wing and new content from Shimmer and Shine to cinemas in the UK and Ireland.

The partnership will kick off this July 7 and follows the success of last year’s PAW Patrol Mission PAW screenings and its successful Easter activity Nick Jr Big Screen Heroes.

This is the third time that Nick Jr and Vue Entertainment will screen PAW Patrol content in cinemas across the UK.

Marianne James, vice president, commercial partnerships, consumer products and experiences, UK and Ireland Nickelodeon UK, said: “We are very excited to be continuing our successful relationship with Vue.

“Our hit pre-school content is perfect for the big screen and the air adventure themed episodes will delight and entertain families during the holidays, as well as giving kids their first taste of the cinema experience.”

Johnny Carr, alternative content manager, Vue Entertainment UK and Ireland, added: “We are thrilled to be bringing more Nickelodeon content to the big screen. Our two previous releases were hugely successful and Air Adventures is the perfect addition to our summer programme – helping us to give our customers even more choice of what to see on the big screen than ever before.” 

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