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TILTED Queer Presents Queer Voices

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Norwich Arts Centre

June 10, 2022 from 20:00 to 23:00

A night of live music from a line-up of queer musicians and artists.

Tilted Queer presents Queer Voices, a night of live music from a line-up of queer musicians and artists. The night will feature live music from our immensely talented line up of Vicky Bass, Su I Think and Kitty Perrin with dancing, drinks and music late into the night with DJ L U. Kitty Perrin Kitty Perrin is a singer-songwriter based in Norwich, having relocated from Brighton for University and quickly built a name for herself in East Anglia. Through melancholy indie-pop, Kitty Perrin shares intimate and personal stories with her listeners, coloured by sharp and sometimes caustic lyrics. Her penmanship is reminiscent of Alternative-Indie legends – Elliott Smith, Nick Drake, Conor Oberst – and modern contemporaries such as Lucy Dacus, Waxahatchee & Julien Baker. Kitty’s debut EP ‘Stick It Out’ showcases her honest, open and conversational character both as a songwriter and a human being, earning her a features in Clash Magazine and The Glastonbury Emerging Talent longlist. “A beautifully sculpted piece of all-too-relatable pop music” Clash (on ‘The Escapist’) “Reflective, conversational style of songwriting” Beats Per Minute (on ‘The Escapist’) “A new voice emerging ready to make a real splash” For the Rabbits SU I THINK Su I Think is a London-based musician and artist. Their music is a cross-pollination between sinister electronica loops, guitar riffs and encapsulating poetic singing. An experimental electro-pop artist, Su explores the overpowering feelings of existing different through an undeniably dark pop sound with a hard hitting message. DJ L U L U (aka Lucy Pearson) is a Norwich-based artist, producer and DJ. She will be bringing her irresistible disco floorfillers and freas original productions to TILTED QUEER on the 10th June. Non-stop grooves guaranteed! “She brings an unmatched energy and spirit to her disco infused sets!” – Levi Fruits (Gonzos) “The cities most funky, soulful, feel good DJ – keeping your feet moving late into the night” – Ben Street (Wild Paths) The Norwich Arts Centre is a safe space for the LBGTQ+ community and stands against discrimination or harassment of any kind. If you have any additional access needs please check out our accessibility page and get in touch. This event is part of Tilted Queer, a festival of LGBTQ+ centred performance curated by Liv in collaboration with Norwich Arts Centre.

Venue Details

Norwich Arts Centre , Norwich