The Entertainer opens its second Northern Ireland outlet

Published on: 27th June 2019

The retailer will now have two NI branches, based in Belfast and Antrim, and is also opening a location in Bromley this July.

The Entertainer is celebrating the opening of its second Northern Ireland outlet at The Junction Retail Park in Antrim. The new store will cover 4,000 square feet and create eight permanent jobs.

The official opening on Saturday 29th June is set to be an action-packed day filled with fun family activities, with cartoon characters and live demos taking place.

Plus, the first 20 families through the door at the opening time of 9am will have the chance to pick a gift card at random from a lucky dip, with prizes of up to £100 available to win.

The Glades Shopping Centre in Bromley is also set to welcome a new store for The Entertainer. The Grand Opening event will start in-store from 9am on Saturday 6th July, and will offer entertainment for all ages with appearances from Lego Batman and Robin between 10am-4pm. What’s more, children will be able to enjoy balloon modelling together with in-store demos, giveaways and competitions, as well as meeting The Entertainer’s very own mascot, Jack.

Craig Lowe, events coordinator at The Entertainer, commented: “We are really looking forward to The Entertainer’s Grand Opening event in Bromley. It’ll be great for the children to meet some of their favourite life-sized characters and to enjoy our exciting new store.”


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