It’s all about glitter, glue and glory, as top crafters battle it out in The Fantastical Factory Of Curious Craft
By Virgin TV Edit
If lockdown life has brought out your creative side and got you reaching for the sticky tape, pipe cleaners, and felt-tip pens, Channel 4’s new show should be right up your street.
Hosted by Celebrity Juice’s Keith Lemon and Naked Attraction’s Anna Richardson, six-part series The Fantastical World Of Curious Craft will see some of the UK’s best crafters go head to head, dazzling experts and celebrity guests with their incredible creations.
Only the very best crafters will advance in this unique competition before the winner is crowned. The pressure will be on when the contestants attempt to stick, sew and staple their way to victory, but Lemon insists this show isn’t just about the hard-nosed pursuit of winning.
“This show is really good for wellbeing,” says Lemon, whose own impressive crafting abilities can be found on his Instagram. “I do a lot of craft and I love it. My friends told me this show was made for me.”
“With all my friends, their inner creative has come out,” adds Anna Richardson. “Without question, I think people at home will be sitting there with their families thinking how can we emulate what’s on the show? I mean, what else is there to do?”
The Fantastical Factory Of Curious Craft is sure to add a bit of sparkle to your Sunday nights. To get you in the mood, we’ve trawled the web to find some of the most imaginative crafters around. Warning: contains LOTS of colour…
When is The Fantastical Factory Of Curious Craft on TV?
You can watch the first episode of this new six-part series at 8pm on Sunday 10 May on Channel 4/HD (CH 104/141). Also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > All4.
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