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Halloween Thriller night entertains all ages at the Charles Burrell Centre

PUBLISHED: 12:46 29 October 2018 | UPDATED: 13:28 29 October 2018

Party-goers at the Halloween Thriller event at the Charles Burrell Centre, Thetford. Picture: Terry Jermy

Party-goers at the Halloween Thriller event at the Charles Burrell Centre, Thetford. Picture: Terry Jermy

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Frights and bright lights engulfed the Charles Burrell Centre as part of the annual Halloween Thriller Night.

Halloween Thriller event at the Charles Burrell Centre, Thetford. Picture: Terry JermyHalloween Thriller event at the Charles Burrell Centre, Thetford. Picture: Terry Jermy

The event, on Saturday, October 27, was sold out with 250 witches, demons and zombies descending on the Thetford venue.

Local band Ransome for a Deadman, a disco by Mindy’s Roadshow, and a flashmob performing Michael Jackson’s Thriller entertained the crowds with Halloween themed music and entertainment.

Arts and crafts activities were available from children with the local pop-up The Toy Den sold a range of small gifts at the event.

Ricky Jermy, director at Old Skool Bar who provided the entertainment, said: “We’re delighted our Halloween Thriller Night was once again such a success.

“We aim to offer a range of events throughout the year including family friendly and over 18’s nights. We put a lot of effort into the decoration of the venue which we know attendees appreciate.”

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