The Lines kick off arts centre's new year

Saturday sees a packed line-up of indie talent at Norwich Arts Centre in the venue's first gig of the new year.

Saturday sees a packed line-up of indie talent at Norwich Arts Centre in the venue's first gig of the new year.

Headlinng are The Lines from the West Midlands, whose single Domino Effect reached the indie chart top 10 and was a playlisted by XFM and Steve Lamacq. The band say they are influenced by The Verve, The Rapture and Radiohead.

The night also offers a chance to catch up Norwich outfit the Blighters, the artists formerly known as The Monroes, whose biggest gig to date was a sell-out support slot to The View at UEA in 2007.

Also on the bill are The Interpreters, making the first of two January appearances at the venue. The band were formed in 2004 and their mature songwriting belies their youth.

The line-up is completed by Norfolk/Suffolk three-piece Vanilla Kick, who received an early boost when they made the Next Big Thing musical showcase final in 2006.

t 01603 660352 (�5 adv, �6 door) Norwich Arts Centre box office or online at www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk

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