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Monday 23 October 2023

Spooky Snoop Night: Brighton's Famous Indoor Flea Market Snoopers Paradise Is Set To Play Host To Four Psychic Mediums

Snoopers Paradise - Brighton's famous indoor flea market - is set to host their very first Spooky Snoop Night, taking place in store in Kensington Gardens, Brighton on Thursday 26th October.

The shop's sprawling labyrinth interior will be plunged into darkness for a night of spooky shopping with eerie music, kooky surprises and readings from local psychics.

Spooky Snoop Night – which is suitable for those 16 years and older – will start at the shop's usual closing time and run until 10pm. Entrance is FREE with advance tickets booked through Eventbrite:

Four psychic mediums including Anna Bihari and Simone Stevens will be offering their spiritual wisdom in dark corners. Tarot readings (ranging from £5 - £20) can be paid for on the night.

Simon Stevens (Senses By Sim) said:

"I'm really excited to be involved in this event. Not only is it a great way to celebrate Halloween but offers a fun shopping experience too. 

"For me, being able to offer readings in this type of environment brings the art of tarot to more people who might not come into contact with it or know much about it. 

"It's also a great chance for local businesses to come together and support each other"

Jenny Hurren, spokesperson for Snoopers says that visitors can expect to be immersed in Halloween atmosphere whilst seeing the famous flea market in a completely new light: 

"We're looking forward to an evening of 'snoopernatural' creepiness. People will be able to see Snoopers after hours, lights dimmed, and spirits awakened...! 

"Our outdoor market will be open late, and we are encouraging our neighbours on Kensington Gardens to stay open too and get into the Halloween spirit."

Spooky Snoop Night Tickets, Thursday 26th Oct 2023 at 18:00 | Eventbrite

by: Mike Cobley

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