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Thursday, 17 November 2016

Light Up Christmas at St. Enoch Centre

St. Enoch Centre will be lighting up Christmas with a jam-packed calendar of events designed to get the whole family in the festive spirit. From the fashion and beauty conscious to the Santa fans, there’s magic in store for everyone this Christmas.

Get set for a glam-over to kick start the festive season with social media superstar Jamie Genevieve, who will be showing shoppers how to recreate her signature looks during a series of beauty masterclasses at St. Enoch Centre on Saturday 19th November. Learn how to create on-fleek sculpted brows, winged eyeliner and the perfect smokey eye as international Vlogger Jamie hosts three exclusive demonstrations from 11:00-12:30, 13:00-14:30 and 15:00-16:30. Tickets for each masterclass are £15 plus booking fee. Places can be booked via www.st-enoch.com. Advanced booking is advised.

Looking for some style inspiration to create a picture-perfect Christmas party look? This November, Scotland’s annual fashion and interior design showcase returns for a 10th year with its biggest and best format yet. The Scotland Re:Designed showcase will run from Wednesday 9th through till Sunday 13th November where it will present a host of different events for fashion and interiors lovers including a runway show, awards ceremony and pop-up shop as well as talks and discussions with some of the UK’s most respected design experts and mentors. Get inspired this festive season, click here to find out more about the upcoming events.

For younger members of the family, the sound of sleigh bells at St. Enoch Centre can only mean one thing... Santa has arrived in Glasgow to take up residence in his magical Christmas Grotto. Located outside Debenhams on the first floor of the mall, Santa’s Grotto opens on 5th November until the 24th December. A visit to the Grotto costs £5.00 and every little guest will receive a special Christmas gift from Santa in person. St. Enoch Rewards customers can visit Santa’s Grotto for £4 (20% discount) Mon-Fri during November. Santa is kept very busy at this time of the year making sure all the toys are ready for Christmas so parents are urged to book in advance. For timings to book, please visit www.st-enoch.com.

Elsewhere in the centre, the festivities continue with Hamleys ‘Meet Father Christmas’ interactive event where children can enjoy a magical fun-filled experience with Santa. With scrumptious snacks, entertainment, Christmas list writing, singing and dancing and much, much more, it is sure to be an occasion to cherish with your little ones. Children can enjoy this magical experience surrounded by the world’s finest toys from 26th November right up until Christmas Eve. The event lasts an hour and costs £25 per child. The iconic toy shop will also be making it snow with the help of Frozen’s Olaf and Hamleys’ very own magical elves. Olaf will be in centre making it snow twice daily from throughout December.

If it’s your little one’s 1st Christmas, then celebrate this special occasion by registering for Baby’s First Christmas. St. Enoch Centre is proud to sponsor this Glasgow City Council event where 1000 babies will receive a special silver keepsake tree decoration, cuddly bear from Hamleys and personalised certificate. Click here for more information.

This year, Glasgow will once again be overrun with a sea of Santas for the city’s annual Santa Dash. The Santa Dash pop-up shop, located on ground floor next to Mothercare, will be returning to its home in the centre from 30th November where keen runners register and collect their suits. This year around 8,000 Santas are expected to take part in the 5k which takes place on Sunday 11th December.

Let St. Enoch Centre light up your Christmas- Click here to find out more about the centre’s festive activities.

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Want to learn how to un-tap exclusive offers and treats this Christmas? Check out the new St. Enoch Rewards loyalty scheme.

 

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