Shoppers in Belfast city centre were greeted with an idyllic white Christmas scene when the cast of the Old Museum Art Centre's festive play came to town.
The cast from The Santaland Diaries spent yesterday morning outside one of Belfast's most famous buildings - City Hall - and transformed it, with the help of a snow machine, into the perfect festive scene.
The OMAC run of The Santaland Diaries is a one-off event that brings together two of the biggest names in local theatre.
Laugh along with Crumpet, played by acclaimed local actor and creative director of Bruiser Theatre Company, Stephen Begley, as he relives the yuletide nightmare that is delusional Santas and maniacal mums.
Meanwhile, director Peter Quigley is the man responsible for bringing his unique approach to this alternative and irreverent look at the legend of Father Christmas.
A spokesman from OMAC warned: "Santaland Diaries is only for grown-ups with a wicked sense of humour.
"Those looking for carol singers or a Cliff Richard song need not attend."