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Britain’s Bad Boys of Magic set to tour rural Breckland communities

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Touring with their show Breaking the Magicians’ Code, the the twin tricksters will be breaking the laws of magic right in front of our eyes. Have you ever wanted to know a magicians’ secrets? Come along and find out for yourself, in this rebellious mash up of comedy, magic and of course, rule breaking, sure to have you leaving with a smile on your face.

The performance is part of Silver Social, an exciting daytime touring arts programme, aimed at older people but open to all, in rural communities across Breckland. The project is run by Breckland Council and funded by Arts Council England, Breckland Council and Norfolk County Council Public Health. Silver Social brings something a little different to daily life in towns and villages across Breckland, Norfolk, through alternating circuits of creative workshops and live performances held in familiar community venues. Whether you want to meet new people over a cuppa, take part in new social pursuits, enjoy professional theatre without having to travel too far or you know a neighbour or family member who might like to join a new group, we aim to bring high quality accessible arts in a friendly, familiar space.

Residents can catch the show at the following venues:

Monday 2 December, 2pm-3:30pm – Ashill Community Centre

Tuesday 3 December, 2pm-3:30pm – Harling Old School Village Hall

Wednesday 4 December, 2pm-3:30pm – Attleborough Town Hall

Thursday 5 December, 2pm-3:30pm – Shipdham WI Hall

Friday 6 December, 2pm-3:30pm – Necton Community Centre

Tickets are just £5, tea and cake are included. Free Transport can be arranged to any of our venues from resident’s homes for those without access to a car or public transport.  Tickets can be bought on the door, however people are advised to reserve their place in advance via www.thesilversocial.com or by calling 01362 656870.