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Interplay takes centre stage at Gloworm Festival with The Creative Play Zone

Interplay is heading to this year’s Gloworm Festival, where the toy brand will be at the centre of a dedicated play area for kids and families. The Creative Play Zone will feature some of Interplay’s best-loved brands and toys.

Kids can have their faces painted with Interplay’s Face Paintoos, a range that transforms the art of facepainting into an easy activity for everyone – with zero painting skills required.

Meanwhile, the FabLab area in the Interplay zone will allow visitors time for a makeover, with colourful hair chalks and easy to apply glitter tattoos. This activity is “ideal for festival goers aged eight and upwards to get on fleek for the weekend.”

Little ones will also be able to play with Fuzzikins, the multi-award winning Fuzzikins sets for creative kids that they can colour again and again, pop along and personalise cute animals, while inspiring crativity and imagination.

Meriç Pekcan-Butcher, marketing manager, Interplay UK, said: “We are delighted to sponsor Gloworm Festival. It’s an amazing event for children and families, and we are very excited to meet them in Interplay’s creative play zones. We can’t wait to get everyone festival ready with cute Face Paintoos for the younger ones and cool FabLab festival looks for the older ones, plus there will be lots of creative fun for all with the much-loved Fuzzikins too.”

Richard Walpole, Gloworm Festival director, added: “We can’t wait to see families enjoying the magic in the Interplay Creative Play Zone. The Gloworm ehthos is one of fun and creativity, and Interplay are bringing all of the above and more.

“They really are the perfect fit for the festival, and we know how much our Glowormers are going to enjoy this area.”

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