National Superhero Day: Win a place with PJ Masks & BritMums at Hamleys #ad

National Superhero Day logo - BritMumsIt’s time to be a hero!

Help Catboy, Owlette and Gekko — the PJ Masks kids — save the day by joining BritMums at an exclusive event to celebrate National Superhero Day.

By day, Connor, Amaya and Greg go to school like everyone else. As night falls and they put on their pyjamas and activate their animal amulets, they magically transform into superheroes – Catboy, Owlette and Gekko  – and become the PJ Masks! 

Together they embark on action-packed adventures, solving mysteries and mayhem across the city. Watch out night-time baddies, the PJ Masks are on their way, into the night  to save the day.

Celebrate National Superhero Day at Hamley’s!

Hamley logo - BritMumsWin your place at this special event at Hamley’s Regent Street 10am – 12pm on Sunday 28th April, with exclusive access to the store before it opens. Meet Catboy, Owlette and Gekko and learn their incredible superhero moves. Enjoy exciting new episodes, storytelling, face-painting and arts and crafts.

We have 2 x sets of 4 tickets available to win.

Enter by leaving a comment below telling us your children’s superpowers! Make sure to do this by 19th April!

Be sure and tune in to the two brand new episodes of PJ Masks are premiering on Tiny Pop on Sunday 28th April at 8.30am, 10am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm.

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Leave your comment below and tell us about your child’s superpowers!

The winners are:

Beccabwm and Ashely! Congrats!

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  1. Louise Page
    02 April 2019 / 17:52

    My six year old has Super Procrastination Powers when it comes to the mundane – getting dressed, putting shoes on, getting to bed – need to be out the door in a hurry? He’s managed to slow down to a speed that on close inspection looks like he’s barely moving! Bedtime approaching? Suddenly it’s taking him hours to slide on his PJs and he’s brushing every tooth as if it’s an ancient artefact. Spelling practice after dinner? Monumental mastication – chewing each and every tiny morsel 400 times is an art I only wish I could master! Intriguingly, he also channels Catboy for Super Cat Speed when he hears the fridge opening…

  2. 03 April 2019 / 08:34

    Oh we would love this but sadly we are nowhere near London but good luck to everybody who enters!

  3. 03 April 2019 / 11:17

    My boy seems to think he is the real life Catboy the moment he puts on his Catboy pyjamas.

    He has the ability to jump, run, super powers exactly like Catboy.

    He can just from the sofa to the armchair and has super speed to escape me and mum when it’s bed time.

  4. Carla Harding
    03 April 2019 / 12:37

    I have two daughters, the 6 yr olds super power is kindness. The 4 yr olds super power is comedic timing!

  5. zohra
    03 April 2019 / 13:26

    my son has super snot power. he leaves a trail of it on sleeves and my sholders

  6. Tina Dennis
    03 April 2019 / 13:38

    My daughter has said her superpower would be to duplicate herself! So, she would be able to help Catboy, Owlette and Gekko fight crime faster as she could teleport her doubles to different places at the same time! We are based in London so not too far to get to Hamleys.

  7. Karina Henderson
    03 April 2019 / 15:30

    my little lady super power is her beautiful green eyes! She can be in so much trouble and blink those eyes at me and all is forgotten! Im pretty sure they are my nemesis too! Love her to bits though 🙂

  8. Nick
    03 April 2019 / 17:40

    Super cute, super fun, super model builder. I super-love him x

  9. Rachel Mccraith
    03 April 2019 / 18:08

    The ability to get into the seemingly impossible places around the house. I don’t know how she does it!

  10. Lizelle warnett
    03 April 2019 / 19:51

    My five year old’s superpower is to make mum and dad proud all the time.

  11. Stephanie Tsang
    03 April 2019 / 22:09

    My daughter has super memory power

  12. 04 April 2019 / 08:38

    My son’s super power is the ability to morph into a puppy dog when the need arises – usually whilst out in toy shops, along with the super power of persuasion – usually in the form of love, but like all superheroes his weekness is the inability to hear the word No.

  13. Hayley
    04 April 2019 / 08:48

    My 8 year old has mastered the art of evasion, everything he’s asked to do, he seems to have an excuse to get out of or a good reason as to why he hasn’t done what he’s been asked a hundred times!! And my 2 year old appears to have a never ending energy. He doesn’t need to eat, or sleep, or stop running around or climbing everywhere he shouldn’t.

  14. Charlotte Vernon
    04 April 2019 / 12:49

    My little girl’s superpower is definitely the ability to wrap her Dad and I around her little finger!

  15. Shakirat
    04 April 2019 / 13:33

    My four year old son says he’s the fastest eater in the whole world then says he’s Gekko, I can’t stop laughing just thinking about it now and my seven year old super power is hypnotism, she thinks she can do it and i just play along. My four old loves PJ Mask such that he’s always singing the theme song, am so tired of it that i beg him to sing another song (Laughs).

  16. chris bull
    04 April 2019 / 21:41

    My grandsons have the super power to make everything better just with a smile.

  17. Rich Tyler
    06 April 2019 / 13:29

    My little boy has the power to undermind me, only a daily basis! lol

  18. 06 April 2019 / 18:05

    My son has humour as his superpower, he can turn the most stressful of moments around and make me laugh.

  19. Marie Doyle
    07 April 2019 / 21:07

    My son would want super hero powers like Batman! In reality, his powers are making me laugh and laugh! He’s mad!

  20. Lynn Redway
    09 April 2019 / 17:35

    My son has an incredibly beautiful and rare super power. He was able to help lift his aunty out of deep depression when he was born. And to this day, he is always saying and doing kind things to uplift people and make them smile, when he senses they are sad. A true ray of light

  21. 11 April 2019 / 22:55

    My 5 year old is obsessed with PJ masks and all things superheroes! She was recently asked in a toy store who her favourite superhero was and she said: “Me, I’m my own superhero”! She was soon surrounded by a dozen women saying how inspirational she is! I had to explain that she’s created her own alter-ego. She just needs to design her own costume!!! 🙂 xxx

  22. Rebecca
    14 April 2019 / 21:26

    My twins are ‘twinados’ 🌪🌪 they have the power to make a mess in seconds (although they do a pretty good job at tidying up after themselves too) 😁

  23. Rebecca Langley
    16 April 2019 / 12:52

    My son thinks he is actually a member of the PJ Masks and as he clutched onto his toys I have to sing the theme song again and again as he runs, jumps and climbs all over the living room. When I asked him what he wanted to be on superhero day at nursery he didn’t hesitate to tell me Catboy of course Mummy!

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  25. Kate Knight
    18 April 2019 / 11:08

    My son’s super power is the power of comedy, his expressions and funny things he says make even the most serious person crack up!
    We would love to come to this event¬

  26. donna l jones
    18 April 2019 / 20:28

    my primrose superpwer is waking up at 5 0 clock each morning without fail

  27. Victoria Walker
    19 April 2019 / 09:57

    I’ve got 7 year old twin superheroes….their superpower? The ability to turn any room into a messy disaster zone in under 3 minutes!

  28. 19 April 2019 / 17:35

    My son’s superpower is certainly to make me laugh even when I am in a grumpy mood – no matter what they lighten the mood and can turn around a whole day.

  29. Prerna Gupta
    19 April 2019 / 23:13

    My daughter’s super power is that she is very helpful and kind!!