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Norwich Fringe Festival - Online

18 Mar

After 6 years it’s back with theatre, comedy, art and music – and it’s all online! Broadcast from The Shoe Factory Social Club.

Norwich Fringe Festival - Online

After 6 years it’s back with theatre, comedy, art and music – and it’s all online!

18 March 19:00

After 6 years it’s back with theatre, comedy, art and music – and it’s all online!

Broadcast from The Shoe Factory Social Club.

Local talent and acts from around the world join us – to celebrate and support the arts just when we need it!
From top stand up to new plays and cabaret, we’re very proud of the line-up and can’t wait to share it with you.
Day tickets on a pay-what-you-can basis are £4/6/9.
Check out the 4-day listings and book tickets at www.norwichfringe.org.uk

Junkyard Market 2021

16 Apr

Junkyard Market is a bustling new open air, forward-thinking street food & drink's market. After the HUGE success of the socially distanced events of 2020, we warmly welcome back the COVID safe, 2021 edition.

Junkyard Market 2021

Junkyard Market is a bustling new open air, forward-thinking street food & drink's market!

16 April 12:00

It’s back! From 16th April.. See the Junkyard Market, Norwich Facebook page for ticket links.

A Body of Movement - Emily Cannell and Kerry Curl

18 May

Norwich artists Emily Cannell and Kerry Curl will be taking up residence 18-23 May for a period of research and development through collaboration and solo…

A Body of Movement - Emily Cannell and Kerry Curl

18 May

Norwich artists Emily Cannell and Kerry Curl will be taking up residence 18-23 May for a period of research and development through collaboration and solo works. They will be sharing their time and outcomes digitally via their social media accounts along with a new arts account on instagram – @co-presents

“Emily Cannell is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice combines photography, sculpture and site-specific investigations. She uses textiles to explore ideas around memory, identity and the notion of presence, in situation and landscape. Through the process of draping around buildings, objects and hand made structures, Emily creates evocative forms which are on the border of sculpture and dress. IG @emilycannell

Kerry Curl is an award-winning photographic artist working with photography and moving image along with exploring installation. Frequently creating work which blurs the boundaries between portraiture, fashion and documentary photography, Kerry’s practice often draws on the influence of the past in today’s world to question the idea of nostalgia, sustainability and consumerism. IG @kerrycurl’

After The Blitz: Neon Electro Nights

25 Jun

After The Blitz: Neon Electro Nights is an experimental eighties-inspired video-art installation that celebrates New Romantic youth culture and explores the political themes of the 1980s through original synth-pop and experimental video art.

After The Blitz: Neon Electro Nights

25 June 18:30

After The Blitz: Neon Electro Nights is an experimental eighties-inspired video-art installation that celebrates New Romantic youth culture and explores the political themes of the 1980s through original synth-pop and experimental video art. Pull out your mother’s blouse, put on your eyeliner and come dance at this mini-blitz club. Dress to be seen.

FRI 25 JUNE – SHOE FACTORY SOCIAL CLUB, NORWICH, NR3 3AF

Tickets £5.00

Tickets: www.keepersdaughter.com

There are several show times throughout the evening to watch the video art installation:

 

6.30pm

7.15pm

8.00pm

8.45pm

Tickets strictly limited to six people per show. Tickets must be booked in advance. Each show lasts approx 30 minutes.

The Green Fuse Collective - Power Up! Exhibition

2 Jul

The Green Fuse Collective are Norfolk based artists whose work, though diverse, shares a fascination with the natural world. This exhibition explores the power of…

The Green Fuse Collective - Power Up! Exhibition

2 July 11:00

The Green Fuse Collective are Norfolk based artists whose work, though diverse, shares a fascination with the natural world. This exhibition explores the power of creative energy and it’s potential to transform ways of seeing and experiencing, through the expression of unique voices within our own communities.

Alongside the exhibition are invited speakers, workshops, interactive events and discussion.

 

New Date – July 2021

Wild Paths Festival 2021

14 Oct

Wild Paths 2021 4 DAYS | 20 STAGES | 200 ACTS

Wild Paths Festival 2021

14 October 13:00

Wild Paths is a new breed of festival, presenting the best in live music from indie, hip-hop and neo-soul, to post-punk and new-wave jazz and pairing it with themed after-parties, conferences, supper clubs, art fairs and a whole lot more.
The festival descends on Norwich for 4 days in October, taking over 20 of the city’s best-loved venues, and a host of other DIY spaces, including a Shoe Factory and a TV Studio. Featuring over 200 live acts, 60 conference speakers, artists, drag-queens, tattooists and DJ’s, it’s a celebration of music, food, art and culture… and the beautiful city of Norwich.
Founded by a collective of young creatives this pioneering new multi-venue festival – and the team behind it – has quickly gained a reputation for presenting events that harbour a sense of community, innovation and inclusivity.
Head to www.wildpaths.co.uk for tickets and info