Centrale transformed into a Wonderland for little superheroes

Centrale shopping centre is treating families to a range of children-friendly activities this summer, starting this week in the central atrium for exclusive workshops and games in Alice’s Wonderland.

Families are invited to experience this “Through the Keyhole” fantasy experience and immerse themselves in the magical world of Alice in Wonderland. Visitors will have the chance to attend a Tweedle Dee dance workshop, experience an interactive magic show or have a go at decorating their very own Wonderland Looking Glass.

Visitors can head to The Red Queens Royal Court and challenge the Queen of Hearts and her royal servants to a game of croquet.

Don’t forget to check out the giant chess board, hoop the flamingo and many more fun games.

Next week, on August 13 and 14, Centrale will be calling all superheroes to assemble for an action-packed day of fun. All children are encouraged to attend undercover as the superhero they’ve always wanted to be.

After gaining their new superpowers, the mini heroes will then be invited to create their own superhero mask or superhero cape and attend interactive hero classes where they can learn all the best superhero moves.

There will also be lots of exciting freebies to redeem through the Centrale Plus app during both events.

“The team here at Centrale have creatively worked together to transform the centre this August into an amazing space with plenty of activities to catch your attention and for the entire family to enjoy,” said Centrale manager David Ordman.

For more information and to secure your one-hour slot at one of these events, please visit: www.centraleandwhitgiftco.uk/events

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