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The Sounds of Silents Review

Something which continues to surprise and astound me is the stunning relationship between film and music. When in coalition, beauty is the product, and such beauty was on show at the ‘Sound Of Silents’ event at the Octagon Chapel this past Friday as a part of Norwich Sound and Vision 2017. 493 more words

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NS&V- Peace + Gaffa Tape Sandy + We'll Be Detectives

Saturday October 14th marked the culmination of Norwich Arts Centre gigs as part of the Norwich Sound and Vision Festival. With a lineup consisting of legendary indie quartet  Peace, Gaffa Tape Sandy and We’ll Be Detectives the festival was rounded off with an epic cry of indie rock. 226 more words

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NS&V- Diet Cig/Goat Girl + Sink Ya Teeth

Thursday 12th October kicked off the much anticipated gigs for the Norwich Arts Centre Sound and Vision Festival. With the line-up consisting of New York two-piece Diet Cig, South London group Goat Girl and Norwich locals Sink Ya Teeth the crowd was left hungry for more. 266 more words

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Girlhood review- An exhilarating journey of sisterhood and self-discovery

On the 11th of October I had the pleasure of attending the screening of Girlhood and a Q&A with Dolly Ogunrinde at Cinema City as part International day of the Girl. 232 more words

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We'll Be Detectives Q&A

On Saturday 14th, Norfolk three-piece We’ll Be Detectives will be taking to the stage at Norwich Arts Centre as part of Norwich Sound and Vision Festival 2017. 1,002 more words

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Peach Club Q&A

Peach Club are a riot grrl four-piece from Norfolk and will be performing at this year’s Norwich Sound and Vision Festival supporting The Big Moon. They have been heavily involved in the Norfolk music scene having taken part in Sonic Youths. 461 more words

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Girlhood Screening and Q&A for Female Empowerment Everywhere

As of 2012, the United Nations marks the 11th of October as International Day of the Girl. The day aims to highlight the challenges that girls face whilst promoting female empowerment all over the world. 341 more words

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