- Location: The Broadway
- Postcode: BD1 1JR
- Starts: Fri Jul 27 2018 @11:00
- Finishes: Fri Aug 31 2018 @17:00
The Broadway is inviting wannabe superheroes across the city to take part in its Superhero Kids Club, a series of specialist workshops designed to turn your kids into the next Wonder Woman or Spiderman, with appearances from some very special guests.
This Friday (27 July), The Broadway launches the first of its six weekly workshops for kids which will run every Friday from 11am to 5pm throughout the summer holidays (27 July – 31 August). The club is completely free of charge to attend and there is no need to register beforehand.
Every week, children will have the chance to take part in various superhero-themed activities, such as designing a cape and mask and taking part in games tournaments. In the final session, each child will be given their very own secret identity and will also receive a Superhero Certificate to show that they attended.
Adding to the fun and excitement, each week both shoppers and children taking part in the club will have the opportunity to meet their favourite superheroes from the Marvel and DC universes including Batman, Iron Man and Wonder Woman and get a photo with them.
Ian Ward, General Manager at The Broadway, “Here at The Broadway, we’re huge comic book fans and we can’t wait to welcome these iconic characters to the centre.
“We know parents are always on the lookout for things to keep the kids entertained during the summer holidays and so we’re inviting any families after something a little different to come along and join us.”
Make and take your cape
Visits from: Superman, Aquaman & War Machine
"Here at The Broadway, were huge comic book fans and we cant wait to welcome these iconic characters to the centre."
Ian Ward, General Manager at The Broadway
All masked up
Visits from: Captain America
Visits from: Spiderman
Super swords and shields
Visits from: Wonder Woman
Visits from: Batman
The Big Hero Training Day
Visits from: Iron Man
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