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Brynjar Makes Waves At Titanic Belfast

Today, Brynjar Karl (aged 12) from Reykjavik, Iceland, fulfilled his dream to visit the home of the Titanic, Belfast, after building a six-metre scale model of the Titanic using over 56,000 LEGO® blocks. 424 more words

Events

Robots at Titanic Belfast - exhibition preview

Last year’s smash hit exhibition at Titanic Belfast was the rather spectacular Brick City, featuring the painstaking work of artist Warren Elsmore. The principle attraction being intricate sculptures of famous landmarks, constructed entirely from Lego bricks. 1,271 more words

Criticism

Taste of Titanic - A Review 

Tonight, the famous Titanic Belfast visitor centre hosted it’s first ever “Taste of Titanic” event. They promised a “guided journey through the Titanic Galleries; learn about the fascinating story of the world’s most famous ship and sample culinary delights from the era.” And it delivered on that promise, even though not to the degree I was expecting. 1,249 more words

Belfast

Northern Ireland schools’ recognised at Health Action Awards

Local charity Action Cancer and independent retail group Centra have hosted their annual Health Action Awards, recognising schools with the best health education programmes in Northern Ireland. 513 more words

Events

Postcards From Northern Ireland

He, I know not why, shewed upon all occasions an aversion to go to Ireland, where I proposed to him that we should make a tour. 120 more words

History

Drink The Wild Air

Today’s expedition to Belfast was an emotional roller coaster.

Our day began bright and early since we had to be on the bus at 6:15 a.m. 908 more words

Local Event: Robots Exhibtion, Titanic Belfast

Ever wanted to come face to face with some of the biggest Robot stars of the big screen?

Well this summer from the 26th June until the 13th September Titanic Belfast will be hosting an exciting exhibition dedicated to all things robotic, with over 50 pieces of various film memorabilia on display. 143 more words

Belfast