Sticky Fingers ‘Enchanted Ball’ coming soon

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Thursday, October 11th, 2012
Entertainment, What's On
There appears to be an air of competition around Newry and Mourne with children having a chance to win tickets to an “Enchanted Ball” being hosted by local arts group Sticky Fingers. The exclusive event will be a magical and interactive performance with music and mayhem in true Sticky Fingers style. Chief Executive of the the arts organisation, Grainne Powell explained, “We’re really excited with all the events in this years Festival, however with it being our 10th Birthday, we wanted something extra special and our ticket-only Enchanted Ball will ensure it ends on a high.” The concept is similar to that of the loved children’s movie, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as entry to the Ball is by a Golden Ticket, which can only be won through various local businesses. Posters have went up in participating businesses last week; which are Friar Tucks, Monaghan St, Deli Lites Newry, Bellinis, Buttercrane Shopping Centre, Grounded Espresso Bars and The Fun House Play Centre. Each business has a different event for children to win the tickets such as a story- telling, fancy dress or art competitions so all ages can enter. The event will be held in a secret location at a bewitching hour and each ticket, which cannot be bought, entitles one child and accompanying adult to the event. Children can win throughout the month of October until the event on Sunday 28th.
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