We Are Vertigo Announces Plans To Build Second Bounce Arena

Kirsty Winter Consumer

 Northern Irish adventure provider, We Are Vertigo, is expanding its award-winning Titanic Quarter facility with plans to open a 25,000 sq ft inflatable action course.  The expansion, which will create 25 new jobs and represents a further £500k investment in the company’s leisure portfolio, builds on the success of its first Bounce Arena, which opened in Newtownbreda in January.  The addition of …

Jumping For Joy: We Are Vertigo Launches Ireland’s Largest Inflatable Playground

Kirsty Winter Consumer

JBelfast-based leisure and adventure company, We Are Vertigo has opened the doors to Ireland’s largest inflatable assault course. The state-of-the-art We Are Vertigo Inflata Park, which replaces the trampoline park at the their Newtownbreda site in south Belfast, offers almost 30,000 square feet of inflatable entertainment for the whole family. This highly-anticipated fortress of fun is certain to have both …

We Are Vertigo Completes £1 Million Investment of Leisure Innovations In Belfast

Kirsty Winter Consumer

Ireland’s first indoor Ninja Master Course has officially opened its doors to the public, representing the completion of a major £1 million investment from Belfast-based adventure company, We Are Vertigo. The Ninja Master Course, which has created 10 new jobs, will further enhance the high-adrenaline offering available at We Are Vertigo’s Titanic Quarter facility, which also includes Ireland’s first Indoor …

Ireland’s First Indoor Skydive Centre To Open In Belfast’s Titanic Quarter

Ireland’s First Indoor Skydive Centre To Open In Belfast’s Titanic Quarter

Andrew Kelly Consumer

Belfast-based adventure centre We Are Vertigo is expanding into the Titanic Quarter with the launch of Ireland’s first and only indoor skydive, representing a £1.5 million investment.  Opening this December, the Vertigo Indoor Skydive Centre will create 20 new jobs, bringing the total number of staff employed by We Are Vertigo to 200 and its total investment in Northern Ireland’s …