Late-Night Opening for Norwich Market

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Late-night opening for Norwich Market on Thursday 13 February to celebrate inaugural Love Light Norwich festival

Norwich Market have confirmed they will extend their opening hours to 9pm on Thursday 13 February to celebrate the launch of a new light festival coming to Norwich in 2020.

Love Light Norwich, brought to the city by Norwich Business Improvement District (BID), is a bright new light festival celebrating art and innovation with a theme of love and belonging in Norwich city centre.

An illuminating trail of artworks utilising light, live performances, and community activities are all part of the artistic programme taking place from Thursday 13 February through to Saturday 15 February.

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This cultural and inclusive event will welcome everyone to a free festival experience, which is set to become a regular highlight in Norwich’s cultural calendar.

Norwich Market has decided to join in with the celebrations, offering the community a night experience combining its attractive and vibrant mix of food with entertainment activities and live performances taking place around the market.

Photo: JC Chaudy

Norwich Market, recently voted as Britain’s best outdoor market by the National Association of British Market Authorities, has become a popular landmark in the city centre. The market’s participation in Love Light Norwich will become a must-visit attraction on the Love Light map on Thursday evening, which also coincides with late night shopping.

It’s set to be a great opportunity for new audiences and locals to experience what a street night market looks like in the heart of the city.

Are you planning a visit? Share your pictures using the hashtags  #LoveLightNorwich #CityOfStories #Norwich

For full details about the event visit www.lovelightnorwich.co.uk


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