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Entertainers wanted for Norwich family festival

PUBLISHED: 17:18 05 May 2010 | UPDATED: 10:15 02 July 2010

Peter Walsh

Bosses of a city shopping quarter have issued a plead for entertainers to help make a summer fayre a fun event for all the family.

Bosses of a city shopping quarter have issued a plead for entertainers to help make a summer fayre a fun event for all the family.

The Norwich Lanes Summer Fayre will run from 11am until 5pm on Sunday 11th July and organisers are looking for entertainers - be they samba dancers, stilt walkers, poets, or musicians - to help make it a memorable day for everyone.

The fun family event celebrates the unique area that is Norwich Lanes and includes a chance to sample the area's unique shopping diversity and arts culture.

The event will take place throughout Norwich Lanes and include stalls selling vintage clothes, handmade crafts and foods along the length of St. Benedict's Street.

St. Gregory's Green will play host to acoustic music, comedy, circus acts and poetry recitals throughout the day with ice-cream, food stalls and refreshments and cushions aplenty to enjoy the entertainment.

Venues in the immediate area including the Arts Centre, the Birdcage, St. Gregory's Church, the Rumsey Wells, the Ten Bells and the Bicycle shop will have a co-ordinated schedule of entertainment such as dance, live music, barbeques, story-tellers and exhibitions.

If you can offer any help, or are an entertainer/performer who would like to be involved call 07891 570574, or visit lauren@lullabyinc.com .

If you would like to have a stall at the event, the cost is £30 (£20 for Norwich Lanes members), contact 01603 613184


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