Deadpool and Krampus Came to Metropole’s Christmas Candyland

On Sunday 17th December 2017, Bournemouth’s Metropole Market returned to Holdenhurst Road with a range of alternative festive entertainment.

 

Christmas in town centresThe Bournemouth Metropole Market brought a truly weird and wonderful Christmas market experience to Holdenhurst Road. On Sunday 17th December, the fourth in a series of popular street markets took over Lansdowne and will feature, food and drinks stalls, alongside local wares and craft stands. Presenting a Christmas Candyland theme, organisers of the market have now unveiled an eclectic range of entertainment and music for their final event of the year. Visitors, children and locals can look forward to appearances from everyone’s favourite anti-hero Deadpool and traditional folklore icon Krampus, courtesy of local business Dark Side of the Mirror.

 

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Free and family-friendly entertainment at the upcoming Metropole Market also included returning favourites such as the fabulously funny comedy duo, Street Comedy and Lewis Jordan Brown’s energetic Rock “n’’ Roll tunes. There will new names performing too including the Bierfass Band, a group of Dorset musicians playing a unique mix of Bavarian polkas, waltzes and drinking tunes, combined with British pop and other well-known songs.

Furthermore, visitors to the market witnessed the Pantheatrix Fire Show. Dance was high on the agenda this month as well with performances by the First Position School of Dance along with Enrique Perez from Salsa Explosion UK, a Cuban inspired dance school, who was also be heating up the market and encouraging everyone to get up and join in.

Welcoming families, children’s entertainment was provided by Kristin Williams from Fusion Performing Arts. She held disco dancing sessions to keep the kids warm during the market. There was also a Kids Fancy Dress competition welcoming the most alternative Christmas outfits plus a Young Musicians Showcase featuring talented local artists, including Karl Lattimer an acoustic indie pop performer.Choose Revive & Thrive for your Business Improvement District Feasibility services

Lyn Turnbull, Co-Organiser of Metropole Market and Co-Owner of Mexigo Burrito Bar, said: “We’re thrilled to unveil all the wonderful and electrifying entertainment that we have in store for our final event of the year, especially the visit from Krampus and Deadpool! I would also like to encourage you all to dress up in line with our Candyland theme, especially all the children, to make this colourful pre-Christmas event truly special and unique.’’

 

For more information, visit  www.metropolemarket.co.uk or follow them on Facebook and Twitter – @MetropoleMarket.

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