It’s enough to make you want to get your tonsils out again. The Royal London Children’s Hospital (London) recently unveiled a truly larger-than-life play area featuring an interactive game called Woodland Wiggle, designed by artist Chris O’Shea and digital production company Nexus Interactive Arts.

The Ann Riches Healing Space, designed by architects Cottrell & Vermeulen (London) and graphic designer Morag Myerscough (London), looks like a (friendly) giant’s living room with plenty of oversized objects and furniture for kids to interact with. Woodland Wiggle—played out on an enormous television—appears custom-made for latter-day Mike Teavees (of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” fame). To see a short video of the space, see below. Who else wants to play?