Read more about locations hosting experiential events featuring licensed children’s characters during the month of June. Venues where families will have an opportunity to see characters this month include racecourses, farm parks, heritage railways, theme parks and shopping centres.
Half Term Week will provide many families heading to nearby shopping centres and visitor attractions the option to see added theatre and entertainment on offer – including a Mike the Knight and Evie Narration event at The Pavillions shopping centre in Uxbridge (May 30) and a Postman Pat Narration at Centrale in Croydon (May 31).
With two Bank Holiday weekends this month, May sees family entertainment line-ups at a diverse range of UK retail and leisure attractions set to include interactive personal appearances, mini shows and narration events featuring licensed children’s characters.
Paul Simons completed the 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon wearing a Buxton Water mascot costume – achieving a new Guinness World Record for Fastest Marathon Dressed as a Bottle.
With increased leisure time available to many families over the Easter period, shopping centres, retail outlets and visitor attractions across the UK will be hosting events and activities in a bid to entice even more families to their venues. See some of the character events scheduled for April 2014 here…
Rainbow Productions is delighted to announce that the company has adopted one of Drusillas Park’s animals for one year until March 2015: Meet Coco the Miniature Donkey.
March 2014 will see many UK events and venues host visits from licensed children’s characters. Mike the Knight and Evie will be making personal appearances at Warwick Castle for three consecutive weekends during March, helping generate added family fun at the visitor attraction.
On Monday 10 March 2014, the Sports Merchandise and Marketing Exhibition (SMMEX) takes place at Wembley Stadium and Rainbow Productions is set to return to this event.