Ten weeks of city centre evening entertainment kicks off in Norwich
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Ten weeks of early evening entertainment has kicked off in Norwich as part of a drive to encourage people to stay out and enjoy the city on warm summer nights.
The 10-week Head Out, Not Home initiative will see acts perform in various locations from July to September.
The performances were kicked off on Thursday, July 5, with tents springing up in London Street, Westlegate, Norwich Arts Centre Front Lawn, Gentleman's Walk and St Gregory's Green.
The Brass Monkeys were among the performers, drawing a crowd in Westlegate with their jazz, blues, reggae and country influences.
The scheme is organised by the Norwich Business Improvement District (BID).
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