Come and celebrate Play-Doh's 60th Birthday at the Science Museum.
The Play-Doh Imaginarium is a unique experience for kids combining the worlds of tech and creativity.
It will be opened by ex-Blue Peter presenter Janet Ellis and feature workshops throughout each day from leading experts, including Play-Doh sculpture artist Eleanor Macnair, and the team behind Tech Will Save Us.
The Play-Doh Imaginarium is open to the public on Saturday 8th to Sunday 9th October, from 10am – 4pm each day. You can book your FREE slot to attend here (and there will also be a limited number of spaces available on the door).
You can book into the following sessions each day:
10:30 - 11:30 Sculpture 101 with Play-Doh artist Eleanor Macnair. Learn to create weird and wonderful creations using a limitless supply of Play-Doh
12:00 - 13:00 Storytelling with Play-Doh. Create your own characters and stories using Play-Doh, then act them out with the rest of the class
13:30 - 14:30 Electro-circuit building with Play-Doh. Create sculptures and scenes using Play-Doh, then bring them to life using light and sound – hosted by the Tech Will Save Us team
15:00 - 16:00 Stop motion filmmaking. Learn to create stop motion films, with a team of experts on hand to show how you can create fun and creative films using Play-Doh