The famous Bullring Bull dressed as a Christmas pudding for Christmas.

Christmas has arrived at the Bullring as the Bull’s festive outfit has been unveiled and this year he’s channeling his inner Christmas pudding.

Bullring Bull

Throughout the month of December visitors to Bullring will be able to stop by and see the iconic piece of artwork dressed in his festive costume. The Christmas pudding suit, complete with icing, holly and light-up cherries, was designed by the Bull’s official costume designer, Kate Unwin. Kate has been responsible for many of his festive looks including Gingerbread Bull in 2014 and his Elf-inspired outfit last Christmas.

Maggie Foggett, Marketing Manager at Bullring commented: “Over the years the Bull’s festive costumes have proved a big hit with our shoppers, and we’ve no doubt that this year’s Christmas pudding outfit will be just as popular. We know that Bull is one of the city’s busiest selfie spots so we’re asking customers to share their pictures with us on social media using #ChristmasBull.

And as the bull gets ready for Christmas so does the rest of the centre with late night opening hours, which sees Bullring opening until 10pm on weekdays during the month of December.”

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