What to expect from the Norwich Castle’s Fireworks this year

Thousands of people fill the streets of Norwich for the Big Boom fireworks display.PHOTO BY SIMON FI

Thousands of people fill the streets of Norwich for the Big Boom fireworks display.PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY - Credit: SIMON FINLAY

With Halloween pumpkins starting to fade Norwich is already looking towards Bonfire Night.

The annual Big Boom Fireworks display display from Norwich Castle will see the sky above the famous landmark light up tomorrow.

The event will start at at 7.30pm and is expected to finish at 8.30pm.

The rain looks set to hold off for the free display which lights up the sky and entertains the city.

Organised by Norwich City Council, the Big Boom replaced the Sparks in the Parks show, which was held at Earlham Park.


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This year will be the fourth year of the event which has proved popular for its fireworks display which is set to music.

The fireworks will be set off from the castle with the best view being in front of City Hall, where the whole show will be visible.

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After a successful turn-out for the Halloween parade which saw performers sing and dance outside The Forum, the council will be hoping to top it tomorrow night.

During its time at Earlham Park the show was reported to have used up to £25,000 worth of fireworks.

Seating for disabled people will be available on St Peters Street, at the Gaol Hill end.

Crowds will gather at City Hall on Bethel Street shortly before 7.30pm.

To check for more information and road closures ahead of the event visit www.visitnorwich.co.uk/whats-happening/event/fireworks-norwich-castle/

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