Play-Doh goes all Joe Wicks as TV presenter Rylan hosts must-do workshop for families this Christmas

Play-Doh has teamed up with Rylan Clark-Neal to celebrate its 65th anniversary and reveal its first ever Colour of the Year – “Nemesis Grey”.

Wednesday, 25th November 2020, 3:56 pm
Updated Tuesday, 15th December 2020, 3:46 pm

To mark the special occasion, Play-Doh will be running a live workshop – Play-Doh Presents: A Festive Doh-Along hosted by Rylan Clark-Neal - for parents and kids to get into the festive spirit on Sunday December 13th, 10-10.20am.

Joe Wicks became a household name during lockdown with his free workout videos for children and families.

Play-Doh is certainly a household name - indeed if you've ever had children in the house then you've had Play-Doh.

And now the company is hosting a free Christmas event that will be live on Facebook. All readers and their children need to do is come with plenty of Play-Doh, roll their sleeves up and get stuck in as Play-Doh experts will show different ways to make fun festive shapes and makes for a dose of Sunday morning fun.

Given 43% of UK parents their little ones to get the Play-Doh out of the cupboard each week, according to a survey of 1,000 UK parents of children aged 1-10, we’ve no doubt many will be waking up to freshly packaged Doh in their stockings on Christmas morning.

With research found that 53% of parents believe they now spend more time playing with their children than they did before the first lockdown in March, this festive Doh-Along could be the perfect activity to see in the festive season.

To learn more about Play-Doh’s first ‘Colour of the Year’ and what will be in store for the virtual event, you can watch the hilarious Mockumentary featuring former X Factor star turned TV presenter Rylan in the video.

It will be hosted by TV star Rylan

The new Colour of the Year marks the Play-Doh brand celebrating its 65th anniversary and comes as new research reveals a quarter of parents (26%) admit they never let their kids mix up their Play-Doh colours because of the grey colour it creates.