There may be bigger, seated, venues on this string of UK dates, but for the intimate, close-up feel of Joanne Shaw Taylor's brand of the blues, Norwich's Waterfront is going to take some beating.Read full Article >
Got a big jumper? Hairdo that hangs over your eyes? Groove like you’re being made to dance with your grandma at a wedding? Well then you probably enjoy Slowdive
Good sets from 999 and L.O.A.D. but Hotwired killed it.
Often, theatre is a device for escaping our troubles, and I suppose there's nothing wrong with that, but for those of us that yearn for more nourishing fare, it's good to know something reliably substantial is still being served up on a China Plate.Read full Article >
Completing their triage of Tchaikovsky's most loved ballets.
Swan Lake is a mouth-watering spectacle. This production becomes the complete dance experience.
Tom Allen is the master of the pointed question, the cheeky put-down and the witty response
Support local talent. Buy this album. And watch Kitewing soar.Read full Article >
It’s a brilliant debut with all the flavours and buzz of that very special gig.
We had the pleasure of being invited to Putt Putt Noodle in Norwich last week. Whilst it’s been in Castle Quarter for over a year now, it’s had a recent revamp to the entire menu, and I cannot express how impressed we were with the overall quality of the food and vast menu.Read full Article >
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.
Glazer’s genius use of sound and imagery create a visceral world of pure evil.Read full Article >
The Iron Claw engages and thrills us with exciting wrestling sequences, yet we never really feel happy when the Erich brothers win, due to the enormous pressure they are under from both the sport and their father.
Cord Jefferson’s Debut Satire on Race
All of Us Strangers gifts our screens with a love story that feels both nostalgic and haunting...From beginning to end, it captures a journey of loneliness, trauma, and healing, and the rawness of grief that strips characters down to their core.
The Holdovers is one of the funniest films I’ve seen in a long time that will make you cry tears of laughter and sadness.
What the hell is Outline up to you may well say.......... Well we got an invite so why not go along, thought we would send our Jessica along
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.
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 ........
Malevolence are pleased to announce a new 11-date UK club tour for February 2024, tipped to completely sell out like last year's headline tour. They will be joined on the road by Pain Of Truth and Rough Justice.Read full Article >
Our volunteer writers and photographers are STARS. Not only do they trudge along to all kinds of shows and gigs in Norwich, they also take the time to write reviews and take photos so y’all can pretend you were there. Here are some of their personal picks on music and more in the year of 2023!Read full Article >