Play time at the Herbert

The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum in Coventry will be launching a free exhibition this summer that will capture the attention of both children and adults.

Entitled ‘Play’, the exhibition will feature a host of nostalgic and contemporary objects – from Lego to loom bands, and from early Monopoly to Meccano.

Another exhibition will run alongside Play that focuses on local games company Rare – the first major exhibition based on a video game developer.

Frankie Ranford, Cultural and Creative Director of Culture Coventry, said:

The exhibition features some wonderful exhibits. Some date back 2,000 years while we have some that have been very popular only recently, such as fidget spinners and slime!

For more information on Play and Rare, go to www.theherbert.org

Pictured (from left): Dominic Bubb, Frankie Ranford and Ali Wells from The Herbert

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