Tag: Norwich Arts Centre

Arts, Venue

Norwich Arts Centre to celebrate 40th anniversary

Norwich Arts Centre (NAC), a much-celebrated venue which provides a platform for visual art, literature, comedy, dance, theatre and live music, will celebrate its 40th anniversary this November. Located at the 14th-century St Swithins Church, the NAC began when, in 1976, a group of young art fanatics assembled and made it their collective goal to…

Music, Venue

Snapped Ankles – lost in an industrial forest

A slightly bemused Norwich came down with a freaky fever as what can be described as an industrial forest, took hold of the Norwich Arts Centre. The music on menu was a taste of the radical avant-garde: done with a feral appetite. Truly not for the faint-hearted. Snapped Ankles combined trees with trippy soundscapes while looking like Star Wars’ Ewoks with neon green lasers shooting out…

Music

Concrete’s Great Gig Guide Oct/Nov

She Drew the Gun: NAC  Norwich Arts Centre will house She Drew the Gun and support act Bugeye on October 28th. The England based act describes themselves as creating “hypnotic and darkly ornate psych-pop” and are fronted by guitarist Louisa Roach. An interesting act to check out, especially if you’re yet to visit Norwich Arts…

Music

Coming Up in Norwich

After a quiet August, hundreds of excellent bands are set to flock back to the bright lights of Norwich. In a monthly series for Concrete, we bring you the latest and most interesting gigs across Norwich.   The Night Café – The Waterfront The Night Café, with all of their indie credentials, are coming to…

Arts

Review: Lights! Planets! People! at the Norwich Arts Centre

Intergalactic missions, high-tech rockets and a failed power point: writer and director Molly Naylor cleverly captures the complexities of modern space science through the lens of Maggie, an astronomer living with bipolar disorder. Emotionally moving and intellectually stimulating, this multimedia one-woman show had a unique angle on two very topical issues, and sensitively explored how…

Music

Black Honey

Brighton-based four-piece indie rockers Black Honey graced the Norwich Arts Centre, supported by the contemporaries PINS and Russo, as part of their expansive UK autumn tour. For a band that has not visited Norwich often, as lead singer Izzy B. Phillips remarked in her set, the venue was impressively packed. The vibe floating through the…

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