Victorian magician returns to wow crowds in Beccles

The Victorian Conjuror Gerry Hatrick and his glamorous assistant Gladys are returning to Beccles Pub

The Victorian Conjuror Gerry Hatrick and his glamorous assistant Gladys are returning to Beccles Public Hall. Photo: Chris North. - Credit: Archant

A night of mind-bending magic and terrific trickery awaits the good people of Beccles as a popular magician returns to the stage to showcase jiggery-pokery from the Victorian-era.

The Victorian Conjuror Gerry Hatrick and his glamorous assistant Gladys are returning to Beccles Public Hall, in Smallgate, with ‘A Cavalcade of Wonders’ on Saturday, April 14.

The magician previously amazed audiences at the Hall with his ‘A Night of Mystery’ show and now with his latest offering promises “the marvels of yesteryear recreated in this spectacular family show”.

A spokesman for Beccles Public Hall said: “This new production, with its charming Victorian setting, embraces all the excitement and nostalgia of entertainment in the Victoria era.

“Come along and bring the family for an Easter holiday treat and enjoy an evening of magic, comedy and intrigue.”

Tickets for the show, which begins at 7.30pm, are available at the public hall box office on 01502 770 060 or online at www.becclespublichall.org.uk


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