The Entertainer enjoys successful Northern Ireland debut

The Entertainer’s first Northern Ireland store officially open on August 13th, and has proved a success with customers.

Based in Belfast, before the store opened to the public, two children from the Autism NI charity participated in the trolley dash.

£525 was raised thanks to the trolley dash, which was all donated to the Autism NI charity.

The store was opened by the Lord Mayor of Belfast, Alderman Brian Kingston, as well as Jorja and Richard from local charity Autism NI.

Managers of the store, Kirsty McCandless and James Rider, said: “The Grand Opening of our Belfast store was a fantastic success.

“We have had amazing feedback from the local community who are very excited to have The Entertainer toy shop within the town centre. It was a very busy and fun beginning to our official start of trading. We are very excited for the future and are looking forward to all the fun events to come.”

On the day, kids also got the chance to meet LEGO Ninjago characters along with the Star Wars legends including the Storm Troopers, Chewbacca and Darth Vader.

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