Ball pit for adults - level 3

Ball pit for adults - level 3

10-02-2015 07:00

If you're looking for a new and fun creative outlook or just to beat the January blues, this could be right up your street! It's a giant ball pit especially for adults.

The pit, based in a gallery in West London, is free to visit and contains 81,000 balls, which can hold up to 30 people at a time, and it looks pretty fun.

The pit is the brainchild of creative agency Perlfisher who will donate £1 to the charity Right to Play for every person that visits.

Not only is the giant pit full of fun, it also aims to promote the transformative power of play and promises to provide a seasonal creative recharge.

The jump-in installation runs until February 13th.

Difficult words: outlook (a person’s point of view), blues (feelings of sadness), be right up your street (to be interesting to you and to be near where you live), brainchild (a creation), donate (to give), aim (to want to achieve something), promote (to make more known among people), transformative (changing), recharge (to get energy again).

Source: www.ondemandnews.com

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