From Thursday 27th July 2017 16:40 to Thursday 27th July 2017 20:00
Our FREE summer events programme returns offering more great family entertainment, including Covent Garden performers, local acts, bands and much more. Head Out, Not Home this summer and have some fun in Norwich.
This week's schedule:
Timberhill - 16:40, 17:40, 18:50
Owen Lean, The Bachelor of Magic, has been doing all of this ever since he graduated in 2006 with the world’s first degree in street magic. Yes. You read that right. When Owen received his degree, he made the front page of the Irish Times, and several other national newspapers. A year later his house burned down and he lost everything he owned, but he refused to let that hold him back. Ever since he has travelled the planet, performing his unique miracles, taking away people’s fears and "Entertaining those without even the remotest interest in magic" - The Irish Times.
Westlegate - 17:00, 18:10, 19:20
Crumbs for Comfort
Indie-Nu-Folk: Thunderous and tender in equal measure, with a passion to charge your soul from, Woven violin amongst harmony swells, atmosphere and rolling drums. unique, driving and intricate. Regular Local BBC Radio performers described as "the East's answer to Seth Lakeman", “Live & Unsigned” national O2 finalists, Playfest headliners. Compared to Bombay Bicycle Club, Mumford & Sons (by Sony UK), credited with helping to popularise modern folk music (Future Music), and appreciated personally by Kate Bush.
Hay Hill - 17:00, 18:00, 19:00
Stay posted for more details!
Gentleman’s Walk - 17:00, 18:10, 19:20
They build songs around hooks that they hammer home until you’re convinced that you’ve known these songs forever...In short, this lot are talented, distinctive and fun – a welcome arrival on the scene. The Vagaband is a band based in Norfolk and one of the most exciting acts around. They describe their music as roots music; a soulful mix between americana, blues, jazz and rock.
St Gregory’s Green - 17:10, 18:20, 19:30
Norwich-based singer Mari Joyce embellishes her poetic songs with the sheer pleasure of singing, her clear-toned voice as much a musical instrument as a means to tell a story. Accompanied by her band of strings and percussion and fellow singer Johanna Herron, the collective weave thoughtful songs of a meditative mood.
Norwich city centre, various venues