Inventive youngsters and budding theatre designers have just one month left to enter The Imagination Awards, a new competition launched by the award-winning West End production of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, to champion creativity and inspire the next generation of theatre makers.
Renowned educationalist Sir Ken Robinson is Patron of the awards with Director Sam Mendes also on the judging panel. The Imagination Awards are open to 5-21 year olds who are encouraged to get creative for the chance to win a VIP visit and behind-the-scenes experience to the hit West End show.
You can find out more about the Imagination Awards and the different categories on the http://www.imaginationawards.co.uk website. Entries close on Monday 6th June.