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Blancmange

Blancmange

Wednesday, September 22nd 2021

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NoGlum Issue 3 Launch Party

Tuesday, September 21st 2021

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The Primitives

Thursday, September 16th 2021

If the world were fair, The Primitives would be selling out the LCR, like some of their near contemporaries.

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Cock Sparrer & Crashed Out / Hung Like Hanratty & Jack The Lad

Monday, September 13th 2021

What a night......

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The Wildhearts & Those Damn Crows 10/9/21

Sunday, September 12th 2021

Kaves, Black Rose & Escaping Today

Tuesday, September 7th 2021

A Great evening from three local bands that deserve your attention

Norwich Psych Fest

Sunday, August 29th 2021

Bob Vylan

Wednesday, August 18th 2021

Kitty Perrin, Alice-Lily, and Ledbyher: Stripped Sets live

Friday, August 13th 2021

Ohhms

Monday, August 9th 2021

Sunday at Latitude

Monday, July 26th 2021

Tom Jones

Saturday, July 24th 2021

Pavel Kolesnikov at the John Innes Centre

Monday, July 19th 2021

Leon O’Leary - Mysabar Festival

Monday, July 12th 2021

$ebbuku - Young Norfolk Arts Festival

Sunday, July 11th 2021

Paul Lewis at the John Innes Centre

Sunday, June 27th 2021

Steven Isserlis and Sam Hayward at the John Innes Centre

Wednesday, June 23rd 2021

Birds of Hell, Pin Ups and Aphra

Sunday, May 23rd 2021

NNF 2021 - Manchester Collective and Mahan Esfahani

Sunday, May 23rd 2021

Gladboy, Floral Image & Hex Friends

Saturday, May 22nd 2021

Sarathy Korwar + Future Cargo

Friday, May 21st 2021

NNF 2021 Abel Selaocoe + Nabihah Iqbal - The Halls

Friday, May 21st 2021

Wild Fields Festival 2020

Sunday, September 20th 2020

Turnover

Wednesday, March 11th 2020

Marika Hackman + Do Nothing

Wednesday, March 4th 2020

The Orielles + Peaness + Gladboy

Sunday, March 1st 2020

Fontaines D.C. + Toy

Tuesday, February 25th 2020

On a relatively unsuspecting, grey Monday evening the critically acclaimed Fontaines D.C. returned to Norwich for the second time.

Smoke Fairies

Monday, February 24th 2020

Black Midi + lll Japonia

Saturday, February 22nd 2020

Independent Venues Week - Floral Image

Sunday, February 2nd 2020

Max Cooper + Abi Wade + DJ Georgie

Saturday, February 1st 2020

THE QUIREBOYS & BLIND TIGER

Tuesday, January 28th 2020

The Quireboys do nowt new. They aren’t pushing the boundaries of music. What they do is play good ol’ rock ‘n’ roll with tinges of country and blues and they do it bloody well. For a rocking night out, go see the Quireboys. They will not disappoint.

The Wonder Stuff

Sunday, December 22nd 2019

It would appear that the word is indeed out, the Stuffies are still sounding quite brilliant and at the age of fifty three, I am not quite sure how Miles Hunt is still doing it live with so much energy

GAFFA TAPE SANDY, HEX FRIENDS & SLEEMO

Tuesday, December 17th 2019

Tonight has been exhausting, in a good way. Three great bands playing to a young ... and passionate crowd. How could it get any better?

Boris + Arabrot

Sunday, December 15th 2019

The music itself was full of stark, thunderous menace, counterpointed with moments of surprising delicacy. On occasion I was gobsmacked by the band’s symphonic ambitions; at other times I felt I was listening to little more than a cacophonous row.

The Neutrinos & Birds of Hell

Saturday, December 14th 2019

Throughout the night, the mutual respect between the two bands becomes clear when they share the stage, feeding off each other’s energy and championing each other’s work. I went into this show with open eyes and ears and left feeling inspired

Kate Rusby

Tuesday, December 10th 2019

Slade

Tuesday, December 10th 2019

Primal Scream

Sunday, December 8th 2019

It cannot be denied that it’s the last six songs that completely blow the roof off of the LCR building tonight

Uriah Heep + Diamond Head

Friday, December 6th 2019

The evening inevitably finished on a rousing encore of Easy Livin’ (proving not that every song had to be tricky to be good) and the band grinning from ear to ear as they played. It only served to consolidate the abiding impression throughout, of the strong bond between the men on stage, delighted that they still got to do this for a living.