The sun will come out tomorrow

The children from the cast of Londonderry Musical Society's production of Annie pictured with Michelle McGinn from the Foyle Hospice who are preparing to take part in this weekends Annie World Record attempt at Ebrington Square in Derry.  Anyone taking part at the weekend will receive a leaflet for ten percent off the price of a ticket for the society's production in April. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 26.2.13
The children from the cast of Londonderry Musical Society's production of Annie pictured with Michelle McGinn from the Foyle Hospice who are preparing to take part in this weekends Annie World Record attempt at Ebrington Square in Derry. Anyone taking part at the weekend will receive a leaflet for ten percent off the price of a ticket for the society's production in April. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 26.2.13

It’s just one day away from Derry’s first world record breaking attempt of the year.

It’s hoped 4,500 people will assemble at Ebrington Square tomorrow to break the world record attempt for the largest group of Annies taking part in a song and dance routine assembled in the one place.

You don’t need a red curly wig or a singing voice.

All you have to do is turn up on the day and register for the event which will raise thousands of pounds in much needed funds for Derry’s Foyle Hospice.

People of all ages have already registered for tomorrow’s event.

Come along early. People are asked to arrive at 12 noon when they will be entertained with school choirs. Then the fun will begin!

Be a record-breaker in the Square!