It's a spooky but spectacular celebration.Events are set to go off with a bang at MetroCentre this weekend during a one-off spooky charity firework display.
Tickets are now available for the Harry Potter themed event which takes place on Sunday, to celebrate Halloween, in aid of local children's charity Just for Kids.
During the evening there will be a staged performance of an eerie Harry Potter magic show featuring some of the UK's most renowned Harry, Dumbledore and Hagrid look-alikes who have performed throughout the UK at Harry Potter events, including the recent official book launch in London. Also during the event MetroCentre's popular cuddly characters, the MetroGnomes will be present providing lots of fun and games "Fun and Games" is an episode of the original The Outer Limits television show. It first aired on 30 March, 1964, during the first season. Opening narration
The show will be followed by a spectacular 25-minute firework display organised by award-winning local pyrotechnics pyrotechnics (pī'rōtĕk`nĭks, pī'rə–), technology of making and using fireworks. Gunpowder was used in fireworks by the Chinese as early as the 9th cent. company Alan Hillary Events. The show will be expertly choreographed, with split-second timing, to rousing musical soundtracks.
It is hoped that 10,000 people will attend the event raising thousands for Just for Kids, a charity which supports the thousands of children across the North East of England The East of England is one of the nine official regions of England. It was created in 1994 and was adopted for statistics from 1999. It includes the ceremonial counties of Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk. who suffer abuse or neglect, are disabled and have special needs or who simply need extra care or guidance.
NTickets for the event, which takes place in MetroCentre's coach park from 5pm to 7pm, are pounds 2 for adults and pounds 1 for children.
The event is being held in association with Metro Radio Metro Radio is an Independent Local Radio station broadcasting to North East England. Its output is principally contemporary pop and dance music. It is owned by EMAP and is part of their Big City Network of stations. and Magic 1152 and tickets can be purchased from either of MetroCentre's customer services desks in the Blue and Green Mall, or direct from the Metro Radio reception.