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Norwich Arts Centre

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Reeves Yard, St Benedict's Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 4PG
  • Telephone 01603 660352
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  • Website www.norwichartscentre.co.uk
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Beak>

Beak

Future Perfect presents Beak> O2 Academy2 Oxford Wednesday 28th November 14+ / 6.30pm / £15adv

Sun 1 Dec

£18.15

Beans on Toast

Beans on Toast

Sounds from English 'drunk folk singer'.

Fri 13 Dec

£15.40

Blancmange

Blancmange

Rest easy – everyone's third favourite 80s synth pop band are back, back, back. Living on the ceiling and all that. Now, how about a Thompson Twins' reunion?

Thu 8 Oct

£22

James Taylor Quartet

James Taylor Quartet

Acid jazz veterans whip up a storm on the dancefloor with their Hammond grooves.

Fri 27 Mar

£23

London Calling - A Tribute to The Clash

London Calling, The Ramonas

Punk legends The Clash have their best-know tunes performed live.

Sat 30 Nov

£13.75

Marika Hackman

Marika Hackman

Brighton singer-songwriter in the nu-folk vein.

Mon 2 Mar

£16.50

Orlando Weeks

Orlando Weeks is heading out across the UK debuting brand new solo material to mark the start of his new project. This will be the first time the former Maccabees frontman will perform these songs live with a band. Be one of the first to hear them, exclusively, before they're even released. This is a 14+ event.

Tue 10 Mar

£22

SEED Ensemble

SEED Ensemble is a Mercury Award-nominated ten piece band led by alto saxophonist and composer Cassie Kinoshi.

Tue 31 Mar

£13.75

Seth Lakeman

Seth Lakeman, Carus Thompson

A haunting original take on folk rock from the former Mercury Music Prize nominee.

Mon 2 Dec

£27.50

Simon Munnery: Alan Parker Urban Warrior Farewell Tour

Simon Munnery: Alan Parker Urban Warrior Farewell Tour

Multi award-winner comedian with an innovative stand up show.

Thu 27 Feb

£11.50–£13.50

Sports Team

Sports Team

Pop-rock sextet from London.

Mon 18 Nov

£12.32

Turin Brakes

Turin Brakes

The acoustic guitar-toting English duo take some new tunes on the road, along with their decade-strong back catalogue in tow.

Sat 7 Mar

£22

Norwich Arts Centre

Norwich Arts Centre, housed in the converted 14th-century church of St Swithun, has a lively programme of exhibitions and family events, but is also distinguished by a commitment to live performance, featuring touring bands and live comedy. The centre earned a small but notable place in rock history as being the venue where, in 1991, Manic Street Preacher Richey Edwards notoriously squicked out journalist Steve Lamacq by carving the words '4 REAL' into his own forearm. The centre has hosted many other bands and comedians, including Nirvana, Oasis, Coldplay, The Libertines, Mark Lamarr, Sue Perkins and Mark Thomas.

Norwich station is situated about 20 minutes away by foot, to the east of the city. Bus stops on nearby Westwick Street are served by routes 5, 28, 29, 29A, 29B and 29S.

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