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Exeter Phoenix in search of Superheroes!

PUBLISHED: 16:04 24 January 2012 | UPDATED: 20:57 20 February 2013

Exeter Phoenix in search of Superheroes!

Exeter Phoenix in search of Superheroes!

Exeter Phoenix is running a competition to find the most imaginative portrait of a superhero. If you were a superhero, what special powers would you have? What would you look like? What costume would you wear?

Exeter Phoenix is running a competition to find the most imaginative portrait of a superhero. If you were a superhero, what special powers would you have? What would you look like? What costume would you wear?



To tie in with the award-winning artist David Blandys exhibition in the Gallery, Exeter Phoenix is launching a competition to find the best drawings, illustrations or photos of superheroes. The top 30 pictures will be printed as part of a limited edition pack of Superhero top-trump cards, on display and on sale at Exeter Phoenix.



The competition is open to children as young as 4 or people as old as time (to include all you real-life superheroes). Entrants should collect an entry form from the box office at Bradninch Place, Gandy Street, Exeter, EX4 3LS or download one from wwww.exeterphoenix.org.uk. Entries must be submitted no later than 17 March and the winners will be announced on 28 March.



Special Superhero workshop for families
Sunday 26 Feb 1 - 4pm 2
Bring your superhero to life! Bring a picture of your hero design and create a character to feature in a stop-motion animation.



Superhero Parade
Sunday 26 Feb - 2pm FREE



Come along to Exeter Phoenix dressed as your favourite superhero and have your picture taken by a professional photographer.



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