Neither current nor heritage, We Are Scientists remain part of a noughties phenomenon of acts that burned bright with their debut album but never quite matched it, producing literate songs heavily disguised with pop camouflage, just in case anyone noticed how clever they were.Read full Article >
Latitude is set in a beautiful park tastefully enhanced with all manner of frills (and purple sheep). There is music, and lots of it, with main stages of mainstream acts complemented by the quirky and intriguing if you dig deep enough, while the manageable layout tempts you to poke about more than your aching feet appreciate. In short, despite the sometimes suffocating branding and sponsorship liveries, it’s a nice place to be.
They’re impressively tight and obviously great musicians. A whistle stop tour of their discography really highlights their talent as writers too. It’s harsh and defiant.
This is an intriguing, exciting album. Challenging in places, it is less confrontational, less jarring, less experimental noise than earlier material such as debut LP Fetish Bones.
Norfolk Singer-Songwriter releases her stunning debut album Into The Wilderness
Look, I know I am biased but this album is an instant classic. Buy it. Better yet, go see Marc and band, supported by the very marvellous Carol Hodge, at Voodoo Daddy’s on 16th July then buy it. You will not be disappointed.
I’m very good, thank you! I’m rushing with the adrenaline of the last five days of the Skunk Anansie tour and we just did Bristol yesterday.Read full Article >
Ultimate goal wise, where is your dream venue that you would love to play at that you haven’t yet?
What a great insight to this exciting artist ...
I recently popped into Brix and Bones, located upstairs at Gonzos, for a chat with their head chef, George Wood, about what the restaurant world has been like post pandemic, what got him interested in food, and what it’s like to be part of the Norwich scene.Read full Article >
If you have never seen The Nimmo Twins, then you better be bloody quick. Their run of shows at Norwich Theatre Playhouse sold out yonks ago. If you are quick, you might be lucky as they are doing a one-night-only show at Norwich Theatre Royal on August 23rd. If not, just “keep on troshin”.Read full Article >
Life is a learning experience and if like me you had not heard of Nellie Bly then all I can say is ... it is an engrossing show that left me highly impressed, as well as suitably enlightened. Find out More PLEASE
not only are the key cast magnificent, but the entire ensemble of dancers, singers and musicians deliver a truly scintillating performance
Loved it, loved it, loved it, darlings. xxx
I usually try to surmise at the end of a review, but let’s put our cards on the table: what is to follow is an attempt to do justice to one of the most exciting, most exceptional meals I’ve had in a long time.Read full Article >
A month in but Danomey kitchen are serving beautiful plates with a whole heap of great tastes.
Blue's kitchen made their name with their impressive lockdown takeaways, now this was my chance to go out, into the real world, and try it ........
The two magpies does simple well. A deceptively difficult feat which they manage effortlessly.
The cookies were hand delivered in a ribbon-wrapped box that had a nice cookie smell about it. ........These cookies would make a fantastic gift for someone or a really nice treat for yourself.