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Cadbury World announces summer entertainment line-up

Bournville-based attraction, Cadbury World, has announced an exciting programme of live summer entertainment, guaranteed to get visitors of all ages giggling.
Included in the admission price, a variety of family entertainers – from ventriloquists to magicians – will take up residence in Cadbury World’s outdoor marquee next to the African Adventure Play Area.

Starting this weekend (11th – 18th August), join popular children’s entertainer Stu-Di-Doo for his fun-filled comedy magic show. With plenty of audience participation, tricks and balloon animals, the hilarious Stu-Di-Doo is sure to make the little ones laugh.

From 19th – 23rd August, 28th – 31st August, join David Oakley and Dennis the Magical Dog for plenty of magic, fun and laughter. A regular in Cadbury World’s calendar of entertainment, David and Dennis are a firm family favourite.
Don’t miss magician and ventriloquist, Kimmo, as he performs in the marquee from 24th – 27th August and 1st – 2nd September. As seen on CBBC, Kimmo will be on hand to present a high energy, laugh-a-minute show, packed full of magic, comedy, ventriloquism and surprises galore.
During the summer holidays, Cadbury World will also be giving visitors a brand new way to experience the attraction as young detectives set off on an adventure with Freddo to find a missing hop. An assortment of clues will be hidden throughout Cadbury World’s chocolatey zones as children are invited to follow the trail and solve the mystery. Each child that completes the challenge will receive a special Freddo gift.
Guests can also catch the famous frog and his friends at the popular Character Breakfasts throughout the summer holidays. Visitors can meet and greet some of Cadbury’s most iconic characters – shaking hands with Freddo, high fiving Mr Cadbury’s Parrot and posing for a selfie with the Caramel Bunny.
As well as sharing personal magical moments with the lovable characters, visitors can tuck into a delicious treat of either a full English breakfast (vegetarian option also available), sausage, bacon or egg muffin, or American pancakes or waffle with Cadbury chocolate sauce, bananas and cream. All options are served with a choice of orange juice, tea, coffee or, of course, hot chocolate.
Those enjoying Character Breakfasts will also benefit from priority entry to Cadbury World and its two rides; the 4D cinema and Cadabra. Breakfast treats are priced from £6.99 per person and can be booked online at www.cadburyworld.co.uk
Beyond the range of additional activities, the self-guided Cadbury World tour in the fully air-conditioned building is packed full of fun and adventure for the whole family with an assortment of chocolatey zones to explore. The 4D Chocolate Adventure zone can be found right next to the African Adventure Play Area, and guests can experience the feeling of riding the Crunchie Rollercoaster and diving into a pot of melted Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate, all without leaving their seats.
Explore the history and heritage through the Aztec Jungle and Bull Street, before catching the talented chocolatiers in action in the popular Chocolate Making zone. Don’t forget to take a walk through time in Advertising Avenue to come face to face with everyone’s favourite drumming gorilla!
Visitors can make the most of the sunshine in the outdoor African Adventure Play Area, filled with tube slides, climbing zones and rope bridges. With a separate under 5s zone for mini-explorers to enjoy, it’s also the perfect place for adults to relax with a drink or snack.
With much more on offer, including The World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop and the onsite Cadbury Café – with a selection of Cadbury-themed summertime treats including frappes, milkshakes and ice creams – Cadbury World is the perfect destination for a chocolate-themed day trip this summer.
All entertainment is included in the standard ticket price, ensuring a visit to Cadbury World is a great value family day out all year round. Visitors planning a trip this summer can also enjoy an extra 5% saving when booking online in advance.
Diane Mitchell, marketing manager at Cadbury World, said: “There is so much happening this summer holiday with live entertainment and plenty to discover in our chocolatey zones. A visit to Cadbury World this summer is sure to be a fun-filled experience for all the family whatever the weather.”
For more information about Cadbury World, or to book tickets in advance, visit www.cadburyworld.co.uk.

Cadbury World hits the right note with latest creation

Cadbury World’s talented chocolatiers have revealed their latest chocolatey masterpiece; a miniature concert grand piano in celebration of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain’s upcoming performance at Symphony Hall, Birmingham.

The grand piano is one of Cadbury World’s most detailed creations to date and is modelled on the instrument used in performances by the orchestra. The intricate design features all 88 keys, an open lid with an exposed ‘belly’, and carefully crafted strings and soundboard.

Weighing 2kg – the equivalent of 44 bars of standard Cadbury Dairy Milk – the piano took 2 chocolatiers 2 days to make using a mix of milk and white chocolate on site at the Cadbury World attraction in Bournville.
As well as the chocolate piano, members of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain surprised Cadbury World guests this weekend, as a wind quintet delighted visitors with a mixture of classical and pop music in special pop-up performances.
Diane Mitchell, marketing manager at Cadbury World said; “The collaboration between Cadbury World and Town Hall Symphony Hall has been music to the ears and eyes of our visitors. To have beautiful live music echoing through Cadbury World was a real treat and the chocolate grand piano is a testament to the talent and creativity of our chocolatiers. We can’t wait for visitors to see this beautiful creation’s intricate details up-close.”
The latest Cadbury World chocolate creation follows on from a number of eye-popping designs from the chocolatiers, including a hatching chocolate baby dinosaur to celebrate the arrival of ‘Dippy’ the Diplodocus at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and a solid chocolate Windsor Castle to mark the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain will perform at Symphony Hall, Birmingham on Friday 3rd August. The orchestra is a 164-strong collective of highly talented teenagers conducted by composer Sir George Benjamin with Grammy Award Nominee, solo pianist Tamara Stefanovich. For more information and tickets visit www.thsh.co.uk.
No matter the weather, Cadbury World is choc-full off fun for the entire family. In the 4D Chocolate Adventure zone, guests can experience the feeling of diving into melted chocolate and ride on the Crunchie Rollercoaster – all without leaving their motion seats – before watching the masterful chocolatiers in action in the Chocolate Making zone, complete with a pot of delicious melted Cadbury Dairy Milk topped with your favourite treat.
Guests can travel back 1,000 years to discover the origins of chocolate in the Aztec Jungle or hop on board a ‘Beanmobile’ on the Cadabra ride and take a magical journey through the chocolate land of Beanville
Visitors can take their pick from plenty of tasty dishes in the Cadbury Café including an array of mouth-watering summer specials, and no visit is complete without a stop off at The World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop – the perfect place to stock up on favourite Cadbury treats.
For more information and to save 5% on your tickets to Cadbury World, visit www.cadburyworld.co.uk.

Cadbury World unveils ‘roar-some’ creation

A chocolate diplodocus has hatched from its egg at Cadbury World as the attraction’s talented team of in-house chocolatiers celebrate the Birmingham-based leg of ‘Dippy on Tour’.
Weighing in at almost 30kg – the equivalent of 667 bars of standard Cadbury Dairy Milk – and measuring 45cm tall, the Jurassic creation took 2 chocolatiers 2 days to bring to life.

The dinosaur – affectionately known as ‘Baby Dippy’ at the attraction – inquisitively pokes his head round the cracked shell as though eager to take in his new surroundings. The solid milk chocolate design has been almost entirely hand-sculpted and finished with the attention to detail synonymous with the famed team of chocolatiers – even including meticulously hand-piped bumps on the surface to emulate the texture of his skin.

Diane Mitchell, marketing manager at Cadbury World said: “Our artistic chocolatiers are renowned for making magnificent creations to mark a vast variety of special occasions, and this latest masterpiece demonstrates their creativity and world class skills.
“We’re delighted to welcome Dippy on Tour to our wonderful city and couldn’t be happier to be part of the celebrations. Our chocolate creation will be on display at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery from 3rd July – we can’t wait for everyone to see him!”
Visitors can catch the Natural History Museum’s popular Diplodocus at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery until 9th September where entry to the exhibition is free of charge.
Cadbury World offers visitors the chance to discover the amazing world of Cadbury through a range of chocolatey zones – from a thrilling adventure on the 4D Chocolate Adventure ride where guests can experience the feeling of diving into melted chocolate, through to watching the skilful chocolatiers in the Chocolate Making zone, with the chance to taste a pot of delicious melted Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate topped with your favourite treat.
Guests can travel back 1,000 years to discover the origins of chocolate in the Aztec Jungle or hop on board a ‘Beanmobile’ on the Cadabra ride and take a magical journey through the chocolate land of Beanville.
What’s more, thanks to the plethora of tasty treats in the Cadbury Café and The World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop, Cadbury World is the perfect destination for a chocolate-themed day trip this summer.
For more information, or to book tickets in advance, visit www.cadburyworld.co.uk.










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