peep-bo

peep-bo

n
(Games, other than specified) another name for peekaboo1
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He was a little high-dried man, with a dark squeezed-up face, and small, restless, black eyes, that kept winking and twinkling on each side of his little inquisitive nose, as if they were playing a perpetual game of peep-bo with that feature.
By the time we reached And Drums Will Crash with Richard Brook, as Pooh-Bah and Chris Comber as Pish-Tush, the show was nicely in the swing, and it really burst into life with the entry of the Three Little Maids, led by the excellent Laura Crowther as Yum-Yum, and brilliantly supported by Louisa LeFevre as Pitti-Sing and Zoe Clarkson and Peep-Bo.
Dads who play peep-bo with their babies, who teach their toddlers to kick a football, who hold their children's hands when they go shopping all help to make their children feel more wanted, secure and loved.
Five years ago, Joan Burnie had Camilla a nasty piece - now she has her a nice lady after playing peep-bo at the garden party.
The Mikado Malcolm Rivers Nanki-Poo Colin Lee Ko-Ko Richard Suart Pooh-Bah Royce Mills Pish-Tush Gareth Jones Yum-Yum Jacqueline Varsey Pitti-Sing Maria Jones Peep-Bo Sophie-Louise Dann Katisha Deborah Hawksley
Others in the cast included Eric Sheeler as Pish-Tush; Lisa Wolfe as Pitti-Sing; and Ariana Simpson as Peep-Bo.
Steve Redfern is The Mikado, with Louisa Lefevre as Pitti-Sing , Zoe Clarkson as Peep-Bo Zoe, Chris Comber as Pish-Tush, Richard Brook as Pooh-Bah Richard Brook and Sharon Whitehead as Katisha.
Crane, Jacque Eileen Wilson as Pitti-Sing and Andrea Pisani as Peep-Bo.