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The Noisettes to headline fireworks ‘spectacular’ at Heveningham Hall

PUBLISHED: 18:54 12 October 2018

The Noisettes will be headlining Heveningham Hall's fireworks display Picture: THE NOISETTES

The Noisettes will be headlining Heveningham Hall's fireworks display Picture: THE NOISETTES

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Indie-rockers The Noisettes will be adding an extra sparkle to one of Suffolk’s largest fireworks displays next month.

Gary Mullen and The Works will be perforning One Night of Queen at Heveningham Hall's fireworks display Picture: ALISSA BEHNGary Mullen and The Works will be perforning One Night of Queen at Heveningham Hall's fireworks display Picture: ALISSA BEHN

The renowned live act behind a string of hits from more than 15 years in the business, will be headlining the “spectacular” show at Heveningham Hall on Saturday, November 3.

The event, which is set in the 5,000 acre parkland of the Grade I listed mansion near Halesworth, will also feature performances from Gary Mullen & The Works’ tribute One Night of Queen and roots rock group The Vagaband as well as Black Cat Poppers.

Live music kicks off as soon as the gates open at 4.30pm followed by the lighting of the bonfire at 4.45pm.

This year’s main display, again organised by Full Effects Fireworks, will take place between 7-8pm.

The LED Drummers perform at last year's event Picture: ALEXANDER PARNELLThe LED Drummers perform at last year's event Picture: ALEXANDER PARNELL

Other attractions include The LED Drummers, billed as a “magical live music, movement and lighting spectacular,” as well as a funfair, and range of food and drink, including fish and chips, hog roast, and barbecue.

“With a huge bonfire, spectacular fireworks plus lots of exciting live music and entertainment going on until late, this year’s show is set to make for a great Saturday night out,” said a spokesman for the organisers.

All proceeds raised on the night go to local charities, with the estate covering the cost of the fireworks.

Tickets are available in advance from Halesworth Wine Shop, Halesworth Golf Club, The Huntingfield Arms and Laxfield Co-op as well as via its website.

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