Early Man comes to Bluewater Greenhithe with family trail and clay modelling workshop

by Lauren Abbott

Bring your tribe to meet and make a tribe with Early Man themed half-term activities at a Kent shopping centre.

Early Man is the new prehistoric comedy adventure from award winning director Nick Park and Aardman who were also responsible for Wallace and Gromit and Shaun The Sheep.

Bluewater is celebrating the latest release with Early Man themed activities for families including a character trail and a clay workshop.

Bluewater is holding an Early Man trail in half term
Bluewater is holding an Early Man trail in half term

Children can search for 12 prehistoric characters from the film which are within the centre's malls. Trail maps are available from the concierge desk outside M&S and those that find all 12 will receive a prize.

Plus for the ultimate interactive trail experience, owners of a smartphone can download the Early Man Augmented Reality Viewer app to bring the characters to life.

Early Man is in cinemas now. Picture: PA Photo
Early Man is in cinemas now. Picture: PA Photo

Also outside M&S every day between Monday, February 12 and Thursday, February 15 are free clay modelling workshops.

The workshops take place every 30 minutes between 10am and 6pm and will feature an introduction to the new film. Keen crafters should head to the lower mall to book a slot on the day as places will be given on a first come-first served basis.

For more information about either event visit the Bluewater website.

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