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Candlelit underground supper club launching in ‘Norwich’s own Diagon Alley’

PUBLISHED: 13:34 15 March 2019 | UPDATED: 13:40 15 March 2019

Curious Club will be hosting a supper club beneath the streets of Norwich. Photo: Andy Loveday

Curious Club will be hosting a supper club beneath the streets of Norwich. Photo: Andy Loveday

Andy Loveday

A Norwich events company is preparing to host the first of a series of supper clubs in a mysterious underground space likened to Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley.

Curious Club will be hosting a supper club beneath the streets of Norwich. Photo: Andy LovedayCurious Club will be hosting a supper club beneath the streets of Norwich. Photo: Andy Loveday

Curious Club, a local business that specialises in niche experiences, will kick off its underground supper club on Thursday April 4, with another sitting on June 5.

READ MORE: Weird Norfolk: Norfolk’s own Diagon Alley hidden beneath Norwich

The subterranean event includes a set menu inspired by the history of the alley and story telling by underground tour host Sarah Walker.

There are only 18 places, priced at £49 per person, for each event and the exact location will only be revealed upon booking.

READ MORE: More underground tours to Norwich’s own Diagon Alley announced

Event manager Daisy Bonham said: “If you love exploring, especially areas which are usually out of bounds to the public, our first Curious Club event may be for you.”

The evening will last from 7.30pm to around 10pm and guests must be over 18.

For more information and to book visit https://www.curiousclub.co.uk/upcoming-events


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