Stevenage Halloween-tastic event is roaring success
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Stevenage town centre was the place to be for a fright on Saturday, as it was host to the borough council’s third annual Halloween-tastic event on Saturday.
The event included a 'Thriller' flash mob performed by Identity Dance, a fire display by Kitty Devereux, a magic show, free face painting and more.
Organiser and town centre manager Tina Benson said: "Stevenage Borough Council held its annual Halloween-tastic event on Saturday. This year, it was held in a new location, Forum Square.
"Crowds descended on the town to join in the mix of fun on offer. From clown magician shows, face painting, fire performances, sand art, best dressed scary outfit competition and pumpkin trail.
"The winner of the day was a surprise Thriller flash mob."
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Identity Dance leader Charlotte Hull, said: "The kids spent 2½ hours rehearsing the flash mob and had a brilliant time. Everyone was looking forward to it and not even the rain could stop us."
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