DJ duo Chase & Status are set to see in the new year in style at a special event in the city.
An autistic teenager is on a fundraising mission to play every organ in Norfolk.
Celebrating their 40th anniversary, post-punk legends Killing Joke brought their Laugh at Your Peril tour to The LCR, UEA in Norwich last night.
Hyrdra Lerna performed a great set at her EP launch at Norwich Arts Centre last night.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich has today announced a headline UK and Ireland tour for Spring 2019 that will see him perform at OPEN in Norwich on April 3.
Electronic pioneers 808 state will return to Norwich on December 7 to headline The Waterfront with support from special guest LONE.
Ska Punk classics Less than Jake and Reel big Fish played to a sold out audience at The LCR last night, on their joint headline tour, with support from Suburban Legends and Zebrahead, who warmed up the crowd with their energetic performances.
Singer and actress Camille O’Sullivan is bringing her latest critically acclaimed show Where Are We Now? to Norwich Playhouse on November 18 and 19.
King Nun are coming to Norwich next week on November 20 with a headline tour that coincides with the release of their new EP.
Following an intimate UK club tour with his explosive new band, Miles Kane is set to hit the road again on his winter tour that will see him play The LCR UEA in Norwich on November 26.
We caught up with Annie Catwoman, Norwich Arts Centre’s Sonic Youths coordinator, to find out a little bit more about the programme.
A young artist has been named by the New Musical Express (NME) as an emerging artist and one of the UK’s hottest country prospects.
Bad Touch are the main draw on their return to Norfolk, but it’s a brilliant night from start to finish, writes ADAM AIKEN
Potters Resort has announced some of the stars set to perform in 2019 and it includes a 70s heartthrob and a Loose Woman star.
Norwich based electro/pop harpist Hydra Lerna is set to launch her EP at Norwich Arts Centre on November 13.
Norwich musician Matt Watson, a BBC 6 Music supported artist, is set to release his newest single Constellations on December 14 to coincide with various prestigious appearances.
Daxx & Roxane might be second on the bill to Bad Touch this week, but don’t expect them to be playing second fiddle, writes ADAM AIKEN.
Live On Mars proved that tribute acts can rise above pale imitation as they channelled the spirit of a musical great at Norwich Theatre Royal on November 5.
Johnny Marr looked to be in his element, on the opening night of his UK tour, at the Nick Rayns LCR in Norwich.
Get ready to rock as the first act performing at Thetford Forest next summer has been revealed.
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