Mark Halloween with new dance experience
Young people in Attleborough will be able to celebrate Halloween in a spooky style at a new dance experience. Instead of “trick or treating”, youngsters between the ages of 13 and 17, can keep warm and have a fun night with friends at the launch night of Paradise Dance at the town's high school.
Young people in Attleborough will be able to celebrate Halloween in a spooky style at a new dance experience.
Instead of “trick or treating”, youngsters between the ages of 13 and 17, can keep warm and have a fun night with friends at the launch night of Paradise Dance at the town's high school.
The dance night will feature special guest DJ Thomsta from Kiss FM playing the best in RnB, hip hop and upfront commercial house, plus paradise dancers live on stage.
Attleborough Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) is working in partnership with the organisers by patrolling the venue throughout the night to make the event safe and secure for both the young people and residents living in the surrounding area.
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Police officer Sgt Jon Papworth said: “Offering positive activities to the youth during the Halloween period will help reduce anti-social behaviour in Attleborough and surrounding villages.”
Mark Cartwright of Paradise Dance, said the company was set up to offer high class entertainment for young adults in Norfolk. It had a zero tolerance approach to drugs, alcohol and tobacco. Gum, aerosols, lighters and matches are also banned.
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“I want to give back to the community what I wasn't offered as a teenager when I grew up, I would have loved to have attended an event like this rather than a naff school disco or hanging around the streets,” he said.
“Once all costs have been covered Paradise Dance will be donating the money to Attleborough Youth Fund and Quidenham Hospice, we are also offering Quideham Hospice a disco and karaoke night monthly or yearly compliments of Paradise Dance.”
The dance is from 7pm-11pm on October 31. Tickets in advance or on the door, are £6.
Visit www.paradisedance.co.uk for more details.