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The Entertainer welcomes YouTube Stars to Unboxing Zone at Kidtropolis


This October, The Entertainer will be heading to the family favourite event, Kidtropolis, where it will showcase this year’s hottest products, including Luvabella, Hatchimals, Supernova, Boxer and Fuggler toys in its unique ‘Unboxing Zone’ with the help of YouTube sensations Ruby and Bonnie, and Dom Vlogs.

Taking place between 20th-22nd October, The Entertainer will be welcoming families to The Playground and Unboxing Zone, where they can get their hands on the latest toys and trends, watch demonstrations and even scope out those early Christmas present ideas!

Gemma Gallagher, Event Director at Kidtropolis comments, “We're thrilled to be continuing and expanding our relationship with The Entertainer. Providing brands and partners with the opportunity to showcase product in a live environment, coupled with influencers unboxing product and all linked purchase is key for us and our events."

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For further press information and to book interview time with Gary Grant, please contact the press office on: [email protected]

About the Entertainer

The Entertainer was founded in 1981 in Amersham, Buckinghamshire by husband and wife team, Gary and Catherine Grant, who instilled the driving force and mission; to be the best-loved toyshop – one child, one community at a time. Today, it continues to be a privately-owned company and is renowned for being the largest independent toy retailer in the UK with a total of 145 stores. As well as a strong High Street presence, The Entertainer has a successful website platform (TheToyShop.com) which offers a 30-minute click and collect service and has 22 million visits annually and growing. The Entertainer is also recognised for its charitable giving. Each year it tithes 10% of its net annual profit to charity, in addition employees are encouraged to donate directly through Payroll Giving. The Entertainer is also an active member of the Pennies scheme, the digital upgrade of the traditional charity box, which enables customers to donate a few pence to charity at the point of sale when paying by card. On average, this generates £5,000 of customer donations to Children’s hospitals each week. The Entertainer currently employs over 1200 staff across the stores and a further 160 in the Head Office in Amersham, Buckinghamshire.