Proving that Easter isn’t just for children, Galaxy is planning an egg hunt extravaganza – for adults only.
Guests will be taken on a magical journey through a rose gold garden, a multi-sensory studio at Grays & Feather in Covent Garden that will tease their senses, as well as see them end up with treats galore.
As they enter the sensual garden, each person will be handed a rose gold elixir – which will transport them ‘into a world of enchanted discovery and chocolatey pleasure’. They will then search among ‘beautiful blooms and fanciful foliage’ to find clues of where the eggs are hiding, before coming upon their grand prize: a rose gold egg, filled with crunchy caramel.
The space, which is open for one day only, has been designed by Bompas & Parr, the brand that last year created an all-blue café where people could eat and drink blue foods (as Mark Darcy said in Bridget Jones, there really isn’t enough blue food).
Fancy going hunting for golden eggs?
The event will take place on Saturday 7 March and tickets cost £10, which includes a drink on arrival, the egg hunt and a gift (we’re guessing the actual egg).
Tickets are limited, so get in there now if you want to be in with a chance to go egg hunting. Worst comes to worst, pick up some eggs, chuck them in the backyard and create your own experience.
It might not be as enchanting, but you’ll still get chocolate, right?
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