PRODUCE UK creates Powerpuff Emporium for Cartoon Network

Produce UK helps Cartoon Network champion kick-ass girls with the opening of the world’s first Powerpuff Girls Emporium in London

  • The Powerpuff Girls Emporium is open to the public from Thurs 1st June until Sat 3rd June in London
  • New research reveals that only one in ten of all Superhero films have a female lead
  • To help encourage more female superheroes, Cartoon Network opens the Powerpuff Emporium: come along and Powerpuff yourself and learn how to be a kick-ass superhero

New research reveals that only one in ten of all Superhero films have a female lead, and with brand-new episodes of The Powerpuff Girls on Cartoon Network, the ultimate sugar spice and all things nice squad have opened a Powerpuff Emporium in Central London, to celebrate kick-ass girls everywhere.

Located in Soho, London – the three-day immersive experience, created by Produce UK for Cartoon Network in collaboration with Hope & Glory PR, will be unveiled to the public and feature a series of immersive zones to explore. These include a make-up and nail bar, complete with its own punchbag, a PowerpuffYourself area with its own colouring wall, snake and rabbit petting and a power science café where visitors can experiment to their hearts content.

Designed as a celebration of all things super cute and super fierce, as embodied by the Powerpuff Girls since landing on our screens in 1998; the popular series characters Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup will make a special guest appearance at the Emporium; showing kids and adults alike how to superhero – the super-fierce way.

The Emporium is open to the public from Thursday, 1st June until Saturday 3rd June at 15 Bateman Street, Soho, London, W1D 3AQ. Opening hours are from 11:00am until 5:00pm.

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