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The Neutrinos, Ross Sutherland, Birds of Hell @ NAC for NNF16, 21 May 2016

This concert at Norwich Arts Centre formed part of The Vocal Invention weekend midway through the Norfolk and Norwich Festival fortnight. With a series of performances and vocal workshops (plus a Voice Project walkabout in the city earlier in the day) this gig had a full band set from Birds of Hell, some poetry with very inventive use of video from Ross Sutherland, and a special performance from the incomparable Neutrinos. 797 more words

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Chastity Belt, Tuff Love, Graceland for Pony Up, NNF16 @ NAC 13 May 2016

The 2016 Norfolk and Norwich Festival for me began at Norwich Arts Centre with Pony Up bringing three bands, the main draw for me being our own Graceland. 463 more words

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Live Review: Josephine Foster

Having finally finished the MA essays that have pretty much been my life over the last couple of weeks, I wanted to get some thoughts down about a show I went to last week: Josephine Foster at the Norwich Arts Centre. 673 more words



Disclaimer: The Norwich Radical is not associated with The Norwich Radical Film Festival.

by Jack Brindelli

Film is often wrongly pigeon-holed as a passive medium — simple entertainment to be used for distraction or escapism. 308 more words


Misty Miller, Emily Winng, The Lolas @ NAC 15 April 2016

Misty Miller, Emily Winng, The Lolas at Norwich Arts Centre, 15 April 2016

On yet another dismal evening of April showers I made my way to the NAC for a gig which had almost slipped under my radar, something that would have been regrettable as Misty Miller is a gem of a discovery.   636 more words

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Show a subject in their natural habitat. Their place of work or hobby is a great start. Tell their story with the environment…

Not wanting to be predictable I have picked a photo I took of artist Ulrich Schnauss playing live to the audience at Norwich Arts Centre.

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An Evening with Ian McCulloch, plus Running With Fairies @ NAC 23 March 2016

A curious gig this one, Echo & the Bunnymen’s frontman Ian McCulloch playing an acoustic solo set in very low lighting (at his request) to a seated audience, with support from duo Fairy Down (now renamed Running With Fairies) who were great but a real surprise choice for an Ian McCulloch gig … a nice surprise though. 928 more words

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