Make pop tricks and great hits!

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A new studio in Milton Keynes promises to make pop stars out of everyone, and they can do it in a day!

Standing with the hairbrush in front of the mirror, or busting your best dance moves along to the latest chart-topper is part of growing up.

PopStory offers parties for youngsters, but alongside the traditional party bags, nibbles and the all-important PopStar cake, visitors will be able to check in at the onsite studio to make their own recording!

A huge catalogue of instrumental songs is waiting for your mini popstars to put their vocals to.

The environment has everything a fast rising rock & roll king or teen sensation in the making could need, and recording aside, you’ll need to look the part too – a visit to the PopStory Photoshoot corner will take care of that for you.

Even pop stars need to chill out, and PopStory has ping pong, air hockey, table football and some super scooters to go wild on, all ready and waiting in the super cool chill-out zone.

“PopStory is a unique concept that caters for the usual food, music and fun, but with the added bonus of a professional recording studio environment, something that sticks in people’s minds forever,” managing director Dom Rampello said.

“We have tried to make all of our packages parent friendly,” he promised.

“Parents can come and chill out with a cup of tea while the PopStars are being looked after.

“And our uniquely designed floor to ceiling wall designs of superheroes add to the excitement of what PopStory has to offer.”

And on Sunday PopStory is opening its premises at 9 Bridgeturn in Wolverton and inviting everyone along to check out the facilities for themselves with a full package of fun for all the family.

The Henry Allen Trust will also be on hand to explain the work they do, and provide attendees with lots more activities.

And, if you decide to book your PopStar package on the day, you’ll take advantage of some tasty early bird discounts.


The event is free to attend and runs between 10am and 4pm.