Mythical creatures descend on Rushmere

Evie Dawson (2) from Lurgan made friends with a mysterious six foot creature called Argon that has descended upon Rushmere Shopping Centre in Craigavon throughout May ahead of The Dragons of Azrael production which commences on Wednesday 29 May and runs to Sunday 2 June on the mall. The thirty-minute show, aimed at 4-11 year olds, is produced and created by local Coalisland-based company D-Sign and Displays, and promises to excite the senses and really help children in letting their creative side and imagination loose. With tickets priced at just �3.50 and four shows a day over a five day period, it's a great opportunity for children to tap into their imagination and creative side outside of school hours this Summer. To find out more information on the Dragon of Azrael production, please contact Rushmere on 028 3834 3350 or visit www.rushmereshopping.com Picture John Murphy Aurora PA
Evie Dawson (2) from Lurgan made friends with a mysterious six foot creature called Argon that has descended upon Rushmere Shopping Centre in Craigavon throughout May ahead of The Dragons of Azrael production which commences on Wednesday 29 May and runs to Sunday 2 June on the mall. The thirty-minute show, aimed at 4-11 year olds, is produced and created by local Coalisland-based company D-Sign and Displays, and promises to excite the senses and really help children in letting their creative side and imagination loose. With tickets priced at just �3.50 and four shows a day over a five day period, it's a great opportunity for children to tap into their imagination and creative side outside of school hours this Summer. To find out more information on the Dragon of Azrael production, please contact Rushmere on 028 3834 3350 or visit www.rushmereshopping.com Picture John Murphy Aurora PA
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SHOPPERS at Rushmere Shopping Centre were in for a visual treat last week, when a mysterious six-foot creature descended upon the retail park.

The impressive installation certainly had its presence felt, as the dragon sculpture attracted interest from shoppers in preparation for The Dragons of Azrael production which commences on Wednesday, May 29 and runs to Sunday, June 2 on the mall.

The thirty-minute shows taking place at the mall, are being brought to Rushmere by Coalisland-based company D-Sign and Displays, and promises to excite the senses and really help children in letting their creative side and imagination loose.

Aimed at 4-11 year olds, The Dragons of Azrael is a brand-new interactive production with full 3D stage setting, large-scale puppets, enchanting music and breath-taking visual effects. The production tells the story of the Dragons on planet Azrael as they await the birth of The Chosen One who will restore the lost art of “imagination” within Dragon-kind.

Rushmere is inviting all children down to the centre to get a closer look at The Dragon and to snap up tickets that are available from today at the Customer Service Desk for this exciting production.

With tickets priced at £3.50 and four shows a day over a five day period, it’s a great opportunity for children to tap into their imagination and creative side.

Martin Walsh, centre manager at Rushmere said: “We’re very excited to welcome The Dragons of Azrael to the centre. The Dragon sculpture is an amazing sight and worth a visit in itself. We’re all waiting in anticipation to see the production first-hand and are delighted to be hosting it on the mall for the first time.

“The interactive show is sure to be a great experience for all primary-school aged children, it will definitely let their creativity and imagination run wild and we really look forward to being part of this.”