The Millennium Forum is set to welcome its five millionth customer over the next month, it’s been revealed.
To celebrate the major landmark, the lucky customer in question will win a fantastic prize including tickets to see the West End musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, a meal for two with champagne at Arbutus, an overnight stay with breakfast for two in the Maldron Hotel plus shopping vouchers for Dunnes Stores and Foyleside Shopping Centre.
Since opening in 2001, the Millennium Forum has attracted annual visitors in excess of 320,000 people and has been at the forefront of the cultural scene of the North West region, hosting some of the world’s top acts through its eclectic and vibrant events programme. A key contributor to the economic development of the city, the theatre has also been at the very centre of the regeneration of the city and is the leading player in the development of the Arts in the North West.
Chief Executive, David McLaughlin, commented: “It is expected that we will welcome this number of people through our doors soon and this is fantastic news. Throughout the past fifteen years, we have received great support from our patrons and this is testament to the number of people attending events and visiting our venue. The five millionth figure is indicative of our customer loyalty and firmly cements our position as the city’s cultural hub.”
The Forum’s 5 millionth customer will be announced next month, so all patrons booking over the next few weeks could be the lucky recipient of this fantastic prize!
Since its inception, the Millennium Forum has been at the centre of artistic excellence in the city. Recent successes at the annual Arts and Business Awards plus the recognition of its ongoing development in the relaxed and dementia friendly shows have positioned the cityside theatre as the leading arts venue in the North West region.
Upcoming shows at the venue include ‘Linger’ Lïnger is a critically-acclaimed contemporary Irish dance work involving former principal of Riverdance, Breandán de Gallaí. Also, adapted by the award winning TALL STORIES Theatre Company from the spellbinding picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, ‘Room on the Broom performs at the Millennium Forum next month.