The Zingzillas were really good and I found myself singing along.
Sid was there yesterday and we had fun singing the numbers rap with him and learning how to 'beat box.'
The theatre tent 'Lollibopalladium' hosts Charlie and Lola and Horrible Histories and children can meet and greet the likes of Peppa Pig, Bob the Builder and the Waybuloos.
As well as the onstage entertainment are a whole range of crafts and workshops, much too much for one day. You can make badges, jewellery, felt, hero masks, puppets even pizza with Jamie Oliver's 15. There are worshops in clay modelling, football skills, history, science, cheerleeding, DJing, zumba, bollywood, yoga, street dance, high school musical singing....
It's £30 on the door or just over £100 for a family but that includes all performances, work-shops and art and crafts. It's open from 11am - 7pm today and tomorrow. All the information you need is here, including information for disabled visitors. The site is grass but flat and everything is close together. There are viewing platforms and free carers tickets. There are plenty of staff around who were all very helpful with us yesterday.
We had an amazing day. William's highlights were Zingzillas, Horrible Histories, chilling on a hammock while we listened to Rastamouse (who he didn't like at all but Ellie found amusing) and playing on a new Wii game in the media tent (more about that another time).
Ellie and Wills chose to make some badges and search for gems to make a necklace with. The badges were part of the main crafts and included but the gems were on a private stall and extra cost at £2.50 each, including the necklace, so not bad. Wills made me a beautiful blue pendant and got a back of stones to 'treasure.' Ellie has always loved gem stones so this was one of her highlights.
Lollibop is a great day out but I would recommend a picnic. There is a wide choice of temping food but at prices like £7 for a burger! It may be organic and rare-breed but a bit steep when feeding a family.
We ended the day with an encounter with some aliens who had lost their space ship - just like Glastonbury, you don't know what you will find!