Pupils at a Belfast primary school were treated to a magical performance by a local children’s touring theatre company thanks to funding from the George Best Belfast City Airport Community Fund.
Cahoots NI arrived at Victoria Park Primary School to perform their newest show, ‘Lights, Camera, Math ‘a’ Magic’ to an audience of pupils, from two of the airport’s adopted schools, Victoria Park Primary School and Mitchell House School, eager to witness the extraordinary feats of mathematical mind reading and illusion.
The Belfast City Marathon starts at 9am on Monday 6th May. While the majority of roads will remain open throughout the event, disruption can be expected in the city centre from 06:30 until 12:00 noon.
Disruption can also be expected on the Albertbridge Rd, Holywood Rd and Sydenham Bypass until shortly after 11:00am.
Passengers travelling through Belfast City Airport on Monday are advised to leave additional time for their journey.
For further traffic information On Monday 6th May, visit http://www.belfastcentre.com/belfast-city-marathon-traffic-information
Young performers and West End fans from across Northern Ireland are invited to audition for a local youth production of the 1980s classic musical film Fame, featuring the famous (or infamous!) title song.