Experience a little magic at the East Anglian Enchanted Market and Ball
- Credit: Claire Bullion
A mystical market will be taking place in Norwich later this month, where guests will have the chance to purchase unique Christmas gifts and have their fortunes told.
A little magic will be coming to Norwich at the end of November, as an Enchanted Market is held in the city centre, offering jewellery, accessories, pre-loved and new clothing, as well as psychic readings.
The market will be taking place on Saturday November 26 between 6.30pm and 8.50pm at 47 St Giles Street, after which time the East Anglian Enchanted Ball will begin, featuring an eclectic programme of entertainment including live music from Ceilidh band Fezziwig, uplifting beats from local musician BeBox and a performance from quirky dance group Soluna.
Suki Silvertongue will also be on hand throughout the event to tell wonderful and wicked stories and the evening will end with a disco.
Claire Bullion, Jacqueline Mary and Antonella Hall, are the masterminds behind the mystical events, Ms Bullion said: 'We wanted to create an event that was different and exciting, something we would love to go to ourselves, as there is nothing else like it happening in the city.'
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The Enchanted market is free to attend but the ball is for those aged 16 and older and tickets, which cost £15, can be purchased by contacting the event organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org
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