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Toploader to headline ‘spectacular’ fireworks display at Heveningham Hall, near Halesworth

PUBLISHED: 14:24 24 October 2017

Toploader will be headlining the fireworks display at Heveningham Hall. Picture: GUY MACE

Toploader will be headlining the fireworks display at Heveningham Hall. Picture: GUY MACE

Guy Mace

Pop rockers Toploader will headline one of Suffolk’s largest fireworks displays in the grounds of a Georgian mansion.

The multi-platinum selling band are set to perform as part of an “action-packed” evening at Heveningham Hall, near Halesworth, on Saturday, November 4.

Best known for their 2000 hit single Dancing in the Moonlight, Toploader have also performed at Jimmy’s Farm and Leestock, near Sudbury.

With support from Stevie Appleton & The Freebirds, Ralph Taylor and Honey & The Bear, the band will perform hits from a four album career.

Heart FM’s breakfast show presenters Dave and Heidi will be compering the evening, which is set to feature a “huge” bonfire and “spectacular” fireworks, with proceeds to local charities.

Back by popular demand are the LED Drummers will be circulating throughout the crowd before taking to the stage for an “amazing crescendo performance”.

There will aslo be a funfair with dodgem cars, a large bar and a variety of food on offer.

Tickets for the event, which starts at 5pm, can be bought online here or at select outlets - Halesworth Wine Shop, Halesworth Golf Club, The Huntingfield Arms and Laxfield Co-op

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