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Culture Night: Belfast Telegraph readers publish their own front pages on the side of the iconic Royal Avenue building

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Hundreds of Culture Night Belfast punters got a chance to be the Belfast Telegraph editor for one night, publishing their own front pages on the side of the iconic Royal Avenue building.

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The whole of the city centre became an enchanting stage, showcasing the country's very best cultural and sporting offerings.

With the humid weather, people wandering the streets and underlying buzz, little old Belfast felt very much a major cosmopolitan city on Friday night, like Barcelona or Paris.

The familiar surroundings of Royal Avenue were illuminated by stilt-walkers from Streetwise Community Circus. Members of the circus were getting the kids involved teaching them how to spin plates (plastic) on a stick.

Elsewhere people were enjoying science demonstrations, photographic exhibitions and even games of Countdown on the street.

Julie Rosbotham, who was at Culture Night for the first time with her two children Rachel and Amy, said they all had a brilliant night.

"There is just such a fantastic vibe about the city tonight and so much happening, it is great to see," she said.

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