Tomorrow sees the opening of the Beaney’s latest exhibition, Mystery, Magic and Midnight Feasts: the many adventures of Enid Blyton. With a promise of lashings of fun for all the family, the exhibition is set to be popular with both children and those taking a stroll down memory lane.
Amid all the excitement and buzz I just want to take a moment to appreciate the sumptuous display of confectionary perfection which sits opposite the gallery. Our retail team extraordinaire, Kate Boys-Layton and Guinevere Short, have created a Blyton inspired gift shop, with each item hand selected to take you back to the simple days of reading Enid Blyton as a child. From retro toys and games to books exploring Blyton’s life and work, there is truly something for everyone.
Mystery, Magic and Midnight Feasts: the many adventures of Enid Blyton is designed to be playful, interactive and immersive, for young audiences to enjoy. Children are invited to throw themselves into the worlds of the Famous Five and Secret Seven, Malory Towers, Magic Faraway Tree and Noddy’s Toyland.