Tag: Norwich Arts Centre


Where to see theatre in Norwich

NORWICH THEATRE ROYAL For top-of-the-range professional theatre, check out the Norwich Theatre Royal. Situated in the city centre, it showcases a range of productions from Shakespeare to classic operas. No matter what you see, you can always depend on it being of the highest quality! NORWICH ARTS CENTRE This is a staple for local affordable…


Live Review: Hannah Peel @ Norwich Arts Centre

Electronic indie-folk singer-songwriter, and member of The Magnetic North, Hannah Peel graced the Norwich Arts Centre this March for an enigmatic, thundering and truly touching performance. Peel, almost seven months on from her latest LP ‘Awake But Always Dreaming’, came on to the stage set for a performance that would resonate with the space and with…


Live Review: Honeyblood @ Norwich Arts Centre

Glaswegian indie-pop duo Honeyblood formed back in 2012 and watched the rise (and arguable fall) of other subscribers to the duo formula; ranging from the heavier Royal Blood to the originals Death From Above 1979. Coming off the wave of hype generated by their latest album, Babes Never Die, the question for their performance at…


Live Review: The Japanese House @ Norwich Arts Centre

Norwich Arts Centre’s version of Bonfire Night was a calm and enchanting way of spending the evening. Being an intimate and, as the artists who performed that night pointed out, a highly beautiful venue, it played host to the delicate but powerful harmonies of The Japanese House. Amber Bain’s project started in 2015, her gig…

Music, Venue

Live Review: Loyle Carner @ Norwich Arts Centre

To start the night off, up-and-coming rapper Cabrakid begun at the Norwich Arts Centre with a blistering energy delivering verses as he hunched over the mic, putting power behind every word. A highlight can be found in his song ‘U’, which delivers some of Cabrkid’s most meaningful lyrics. Next up, Othasoul; a duo that turned…


Benjamin Francis Leftwich: “There’s no trick to making music”

Ahead of his Norwich show on 21st September, Lucinda Swain spoke to indie-folk singer-songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich on influential experiences, the importance of family and falling “back in love with music”. Benjamin Francis Leftwich’s story is one of success, heart-breaking loss, perseverance and the rediscovery of a love for music. His beautifully written and performed…

Music, OldVenue

Rae of Light

From being longlisted on BBC Sound of 2015, to making her way on to the Billboard and the Twitter Emerging Artists chart with Unguarded, it comes as no surprise that this Blackpool-born artist has made such a name for herself. In the midst of her first UK headlining tour, singer/songwriter Rae Morris takes a few…

Music, OldVenue

Review: The Mouse Outfit at Norwich Arts Centre

It is definitely an exciting time to be a hip-hop fan living in Norwich. This side of the New Year the city has played host to a staggering array of the genre’s legends, with the likes of Grandmaster Flash, The Jungle Brothers, Dead Prez and Jurassic 5’s Chali 2na and DJ Nu-Mark all making intimate…

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May 2021
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