WHAT: SLEDMERE HOUSE MUSICAL FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR 2018 WHY: MUSICAL FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR WHEN: SATURDAY 27TH OCTOBER 2018 WHERE: SLEDMERE HOUSE, DRIFFIELD, NORTH HUMBERSIDE, YO25 3XG TIME: 5:30PM – 9:30PM COST: ADULTS £10 / CHILD (5-16) £5.50 – FAMILY TICKETS AVAILABLE – EARLY BIRD TICKETS AVAILABLE UNTIL 20TH OCTOBER 2018
“Welcome to the Circus” is the theme for the fourth annual musical fireworks spectacular held at Sledmere House this year.
Why not join in the fun this October half term with fun for all the family and a superb pyro musical firework display in the beautiful setting of the East Yorkshire countryside.
Make a day of it and take a walk around the vast gardens surrounding the house, meet some of the horses in the stables and learn about the 200 years history of them, Visit the paddock which is home to a range of farm animals, or take a stroll around the farm shop, gift shop for souvenirs to take home with you.
If you fancy just turning up on the evening ready for the fireworks make sure that you are suitably dressed for all weather (wellies are recommended). There is still plenty on offer for all the family to do and enjoy. Seek the thrills and spills of the funfair, join in the circus fun at the have a go circus skill, take a bite at the food stalls and refreshments bar on offer or just stand near the bonfire and warm yourselves up.
*Please note that glass objects, own alcohol and sparklers are not permitted on site at any time.
The fireworks are due to begin at 8pm so make sure you have a spot ready for the show to begin. The skies above are lit with an abundance of colours and different effects, all perfectly timed to music.
Wherever you are in the grounds you can get a view of the fireworks so there is no need to head over too early to the area.
This is a perfect opportunity for you and the family to get an early firework fix before November the 5th.
Join in one of the biggest events in the Scottish calendar. Show the rest of the world how to party by joining in one of the events on offer.
Edinburgh Hogmanay is one of the top 100 things to do before you die and has also appeared in the top 25 world travel experiences.
From traditional Scottish music and dance and firelit torches beside the fantastic lit Edinburgh castle to dancing away with some of the most popular stars in princes’s street gardens, there is a range of many things to do and something for every member of the family to enjoy.
Start the night early in the Bairns Afore party with plenty family fun and entertainment lined up and all this before bedtime for the little ones in your group. Or if you await the clock striking 12 on NYE and join in the main event at a concert in the park in princes’s park and celebrate late into the night with music, food and drink stalls galore then be in the best spot for the prestigious fireworks display at 12.
If you dare celebrate Edinburgh style become a Loony Duck dress up in your wackiest outfit and march the highstreets before dunking yourself in the cold waters of the river forth all in the name of charity.
On the other hand, if you want to stay warm and dry there is plenty of vantage points along the high streets with cafes and bars setting tables outside so you can witness the events unfolding but these get booked up quickly so make sure you book in advance
With so many things going off on different dates and places here are the key dates so make sure you put them in your diary.
· Torchlight Procession: Wednesday 30th December 7pm
· Bairns Afore: Sunday 31st December 5pm
· Street Party: Sunday 31st December 7pm
· Ceilidh under the Castle with Edinburgh Gin: Sunday 31st December 8pm
· Concert in the Gardens: Sunday 31st December 8pm
· Loony Dook: Monday 1st January 10.30am
· Message From The Skies: 1st – 25th January, 5.30pm onwards
WHAT: NEW YEAR’S EVE FIREWORKS WHEN: 31st DECEMBER 2017 WHERE: CENTRAL LONDON, UK COST: £10.00 PER PERSON
There is nothing which captures the essence of London and the UK than the bells of Big Ben chiming to welcome in Christmas and say a fond farewell to the old Year and welcome in the New Year with some fireworks.
This year, however, the situation was a little fraught as Big Ben was stopped for essential repairs and will not peel for around 4 years to repair the hands, pendulum, and mechanism at a cost originally ‘guestimated’ at £29 million is now likely to top the £60 million mark instead.
This year, the rigging etc of the fireworks will once again be the responsibility of the talented team from Titanium Fireworks, working alongside a huge team of support from other display teams required to get the New Year’s Eve firework event to go off with a bang. There will be more than 30 staff members carrying up to 30 tonnes of equipment and 8 tonnes of fireworks to create the graceful spectacle that is London 2018. They start to set up on 27th December as it is such a gargantuan task and will keep running the systems through until the fireworks get underway.
The annual fireworks show became a ticketed event back in 2014 and this has continued to be the case from that point forward. It has improved the overall experience making for a more manageable crowd and keeping the cost of holding the event down.
The last couple of batches of tickets sold out immediately but there are plans to put some more out for general release in early December so watch out for them.
If you are staying home to welcome in the New Year with family and friends, we have a beautiful selection of barrages which are ideal for the stroke of midnight – check online for videos of our new products this year which are top of the Christmas list of some of our pyro fans 🙂