Popular twilight event returns to Africa Alive! in Kessingland

PUBLISHED: 12:11 09 June 2015 | UPDATED: 12:11 09 June 2015

MASCOT: Reggie the Lion is the popular mascot of Africa Alive!

MASCOT: Reggie the Lion is the popular mascot of Africa Alive!


Staff at a popular tourist attraction in Kessingland are busy putting together the final preparations for their unique annual twilight event.

Africa by Night will be held at Africa Alive! on Saturday, June 13 from 6pm until 10pm.

The popular evening will allow visitors to experience the sights and sounds in the evening, with special events being planned for the night itself.

The Mighty Zulu Nation Theatre Troupe will make their welcome return as they bring their vibrant spectacle showcasing the dynamic traditional Zulu culture.

The troupe also encourages audience participation with African songs, instruments and chanting all on the bill.

A birds of prey display is scheduled along with a barbecue, tombola and bar.

The safari road train will be taking passengers around the park, and for the children, there is the chance to get their faces painted and take part in special animal feeding talks.

Admission is £12 for adults and £6 for children, with this price including a 10% donation.

For further details contact Guest Information on 01502 740291 or email

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