Kids Zone

The 2018 Show provided something for everyone with lots of things to see and do throughout the day from 10.30am until 4pm. Some of the highlights are listed below…

Scalextric

Scalextric demonstrated an impressive layout for racers of all ages to play for free. It featured aspects of their latest technology in ARC AIR, with state-of-the-art gameplay which presents drivers with the option of recreating adverse weather conditions and race incidents with the added ease of wireless controllers. The racing system was set up outside Hamleys, the world’s oldest and largest toy shop – one of the many flagship stores located on Regent Street.

DeLorean

For movie lovers and selfie seekers, the Kids Zone also starred a modified DeLorean ‘time machine’ straight from the Back to the Future film-set complete with gull-wing doors, flux capacitor and, who knows, perhaps even a plutonium powered engine.

Top Gear Experience

Visitors to the Show had the chance to do the Top Gear Experience!

West End Kids

West End Kids, the elite song and dance group, provided entertainment each hour from 10.30am right the way through to 3.30pm!

To find out more about the West End Kids, visit their website.

TrackStars

TrackStars joined us on Regent Street for the 2018 Show!

TrackStars provides children aged 4-10 with fun, safe karting action. Their battery powered karts are environmentally friendly and near silent in operation – so they are green in yellow karts!

Kids love them as they are totally in control yet find them very easy to drive, just one pedal to press and go.

Karts have a remote switch off managed by the operator – just in case of bumps – and they are contained within an inflatable track providing protection for the drivers and spectators.

This activity is something your little TrackStars will remember!

To find out more about TrackStars, visit their website.

Greenpower Education Trust

Greenpower challenges young people aged 9 – 25 to design, build, and race an electric car. Events are held around the country engaging over 10,000 students in STEM related subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths). For more information please visit their website.

They brought a small aspect of their competition to the Show for all members of the public to participate in at the 2018 Show!

1930’s red fire engine

A very photogenic 1930’s red fire engine and crew were also on hand to provide another perfect picture opportunity!