Transformers, My Little Pony and PAW Patrol headline sell-out Kidtropolis consumer show

Global children’s properties Transformers, My Little Pony and PAW Patrol will all be on hand at this year’s sell-out Kidtropolis consumer fair.

Exhibiton space has now sold out with over 80 brands, activities and features to be showcased at the debut event, taking place in the UK’s capital next week.

The show – curated by the former BTHA executive Simon Pilling – has been designed to maximise brand exposure and engage children through immersive play with some of the world’s biggest and best known entertainment brands.

Play-Doh, Nerf, The Angry Birds Movie, Anki, Toys AndMe and Skylands Imaginators will join the likes of PopJam, Playmobil, Scalextric and more in a robust line-up of kids’ brands and toy companies.

“Wow, what a line-up,” said managing director at Kidtropolis, Pilling.

“We are so excited to be working with such amazing brands and to be able to provide such an exciting experience for consumers they won’t find anywhere else is really special.

“Kidtropolis is the only must-attend consumer show of the year and we just can’t wait to open the doors next week. Please speak to us early for 2017’s show. Interest has been incredible.”

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