Event on the Southbank will celebrate new My Little Pony special.

License Global

November 3, 2022

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Promotional image for the “Winter Wishday” pop-up.
Promotional image for the “Winter Wishday” pop-up.Hasbro

To celebrate the upcoming launch of a new My Little Pony episode, “Winter Wishday,” Hasbro and My Little Pony are hosting a pop-up installation at the Coin Street Observation Point, Southbank, London, on Nov. 12, noon to 5 p.m.  

The free and ticketless event will feature a Wishday Rainbow LED screen where visitors can submit their holiday wishes.

Attendees will also have the chance to meet My Little Pony’s Sunny Starscout. Also present at the event will be a giant Tonies box, marking the release of the brand’s Sunny Starscout story. There will be goody bags to be won throughout the day, allowing visitors to take the magic of Winter Wishday home with them.  

“We are excited to bring a burst of color to the Southbank this November, to celebrate our brand-new My Little Pony special, ‘Winter Wishday,’ exclusive to Netflix,” says Deborah Bryant, director, EMEA marketing, eOne Family Brands. “We look forward to welcoming and inspiring every pony to share and celebrate their own wishes for the Festive season.” 

The “Make Your Mark: Winter Wishday” special episode, premieres Nov. 21 on Netflix. 

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