POWER RANGERS TO VISIT INTU VICTORIA CENTRE
By mstretton | Tuesday, August 27, 2013, 14:49
POWER RANGER characters are coming to intu Victoria Centre to perform six live shows and meet with children, as a new TV series is launched.
A day of fun activities will be held at intu Victoria Centre on Thursday, 29 August. Children will be able to meet and learn special moves from the Power Rangers and have their picture taken with all five new Power Rangers characters too. Families can also receive a photo keepsake of the day in a personalised Power Rangers Megaforce frame to take away.
Fans will be able to play with the latest action figures and construction toys in specially designed interactive areas, take part in a live fashion show, see a physical fitness demonstration and even get their faces painted as their favourite Power Ranger.
Liz Sewell, marketing manager at intu Victoria Centre, said: "The Power Rangers are very popular and are likely to attract a lot of attention when we welcome them to the centre.
"Children and their families are sure to be entertained as there are live shows throughout the day and a wealth of interactive activities for children to get involved in."
The event celebrates 20 years of Power Rangers and gives children the chance to meet the all new characters.
The Power Rangers Megaforce TV series airs this month on Channel 5 and later this autumn on Nickelodeon. Saban Brands, Bandai Toys, Mega Bloks and Rubies Masquerade in conjunction with Intu Shopping Centres have come together to celebrate the launch of the new series.
Visitors to intu Victoria Centre will also be given the opportunity to sample the Power Rangers Megaforce Nintendo 3DS video game adaptation from Namco Bandai Games. From intu's Power Ranger events across the country, one lucky attendee will also win the ultimate POWERED UP family weekend break to London, while many others will walk away with the latest toys and back to school items all for free.
The 30-minute live shows by the Power Rangers at intu Victoria Centre will take place on Thursday, 29 August at 11am, 12noon, 1pm, 3pm, 4pm and 5pm.