With Fathers day fast approaching (Sunday 16th June) I decided I would take the two youngest girls to Bloomfield Shopping Centre to get some ideas for Fathers Day Gifts because I always struggle with buying Trevor gifts, he never wants anything and I gave up buying him clothes years ago! I thought I would share with you some of the things that caught my eye.
What better way to spend a Sunday morning than at a fashion show, an escalator fashion show at Victoria square none the less. After missing the tickets for last years show and hearing such great reports about the show I made sure I got my tickets early this year and it did not disappoint!
Queen Victoria’s irrepressible love for Albert sparked a royal dynasty, but his untimely death brought the world’s most powerful woman to her knees with grief. Now, the amazing story of this incredible monarch is brought to life in a production that will be eagerly anticipated by fans of dance, romance and history.
What better way to spend a mid week date night than at the Grand Opera House watching a London West End Musical on its opening night in Belfast. That is exactly how we spent our Tuesday evening!
Calendar Girls The Musical, written by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth, starring a host of household names including Lesley Joseph, Lisa Maxwell, Sarah Jane Buckley, Sue Devaney, Julia Hills, Judy Holt and Rebecca Storm, is a joyous, empowering and grounded look at relationships, grief and love.