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Celebrate the launch of the new Dizzy Gallery

National Videogame Arcade, 24-32 Carlton Street, Hockley, Nottingham, NG1 1NN
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Celebrate the launch of the new Dizzy Gallery


8 April – 23 April (all 3 areas for first week, Leics and Derbys for 2nd week only)
Venue: National Video Game Arcade

Celebrate the launch of the new Dizzy Gallery with a fortnight of Egg-citing egg-themed activities!

Visit the new Dizzy Gallery celebrating 30 years since the iconic egg became Europe's best-loved videogame character – opening on Saturday 8 April.

National Video Game Arcade declares 8th April an international #DizzyDay with a special event (£5 entry) to meet the twins, get the inside story on the exhibition, be the FIRST to see the NEW 'Old' Dizzy game AND receive your very own special Dizzy goodie-bag!

Try your hand in the competition to design a new member of the Dizzy family. And a twist on the traditional Easter Egg Hunt - find where Dizzy is hiding around the galleries to claim your reward! Play National Video Game Arcade exclusive game ‘Super Egg Fight Party’

There’s also a special Easter twist to the Minecraft workshops – take part to enter the competition and win a free ticket!

Contact for NVA details: (0)115 8813092.

Normal entry prices apply:

Adult: £9.50

Concession*: £7.50

Member: £7.60 / £6

Family: £30 (1 adult, 3 concessions or 2 adults and 2 concessions).

Under 5s go free!

Children under 12 need to be accompanied by a paying adult.

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