Odyssey Complex To Remain Closed Following 'Major Power Failure'

The Odyssey complex in Belfast is to remain closed following a "major power failure".

The incident happened at around 2.30am on Monday, 11 April, and specialist contractors are currently working on the problem.

However, the power is not expected to be restored before today.
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A spokesperson said: "We would ask any groups who are booked to attend W5 this morning not to travel as the building will not be able to open.

"The car park will operate manually today."


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