Halloween 2016: The Witches of Eastwick will be casting a spell over Norwich’s Spooky City parade

Norfolk and Norwich Operatic Society's production of The Witches of Eastwick which is at Norwich The

Norfolk and Norwich Operatic Society's production of The Witches of Eastwick which is at Norwich Theatre Royal. Photo: Norwich Theatre Royal - Credit: Archant

The Witches of Eastwick isn't hitting Norwich Theatre Royal until the new year, but that won't stop the cast from spreading their musical magic.

Norfolk & Norwich Operatic Society presents The Witches of Eastwick. Photo: Norwich Theatre Royal

Norfolk & Norwich Operatic Society presents The Witches of Eastwick. Photo: Norwich Theatre Royal - Credit: Archant

This Halloween, members of the cast of Norfolk & Norwich Operatic Society's upcoming production will be joining the Spooky City fun and bewitching crowds with a medley of songs from the show.

Spooky City, an annual Halloween parade organised by Norwich City Council, will see vampires, ghosts, werewolves and goblins gather in Chapelfield Gardens from 6pm before heading off at 6.30pm along Theatre Street, Gentleman's Walk, and Gaol Hill to St Peter Street, where the walk ends outside The Forum.

A selection of entertainment will be taking place at the finish from 7pm, including a performance by singers and dancers from The Garage and of course the Norfolk & Norwich Operatic Society's three show-stopping musical numbers.

Around 27 cast members will be taking part in the devilish show, which will feature a full company number, followed by a duet and finishing with a trio by the Witches.

No booking is required for the fangtastic event, simply don your finest fancy dress and prepare for an evening filled with tricks and treats.

• The Norfolk & Norwich Operatic Society will present The Witches of Eastwick at Norwich Theatre Royal from January 31-February 4, 2017. Tickets for the show are priced between £7 and £21.50 and are available from theatreroyalnorwich.co.uk

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