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It’s become a glitzy occasion on the Norwich calendar, and this year Goldfinches Vintage and Retro Fashion will be taking part in three exciting events for this years Norwich Fashion Week 2013. Te First event will be part of the Norwich Lanes Fashion Weekender kicking off with a fabulous Fashion Show held at Norwich Arts Centre - Friday 8th March 7:30pmstart. Te Fashion Show will give Goldfinches the opportunity to showcase exciting original pieces of Vintage & Retro clothing and accessories. Goldfinches lady at the helm, Julia Rigg says “As a Vintage Fashion shop it gives us the opportunity to really display the vast range of textile designs and styles we have for sale within our store from a wide variety of eras with our star piece an original Victorian dress. With the collaboration from the Lanes top Hair Salons, Make-up Artists, Models & Stylists we really can create a show-stoppingevent representing all the independent businesses of the Lanes Norwich.”On Saturday 9th March - Fashion Night Out 6pm start.Goldfinches will be hosting a latenight shopping event and a Comic Relief fundraising bake-off with Birdie theme cupcakes and biscuits for sale. All donations will be going to a fantastic cause. Tey will also be giving their lovely Customers a special one-night discount of 10% off all marked prices. Tis event will see all the Norwich Lanes’ independent stores open their doors with a variety of fun- packed cool and creative events for all their customers. Come along and enjoy live DJs, in-store cocktail parties and workshops.


It’s only March and already we’re chomping at the bit for some news on how we’ll be spending our summer, and who with! Latitude Festival’s tickets are now on sale, and by the time this month is out, we’ll know who the headliners are for the 2013 installment of the hugely popular Suffolk festival, after the initial announcements are made on March 19th. However, we’ve got something that might just abate your appetite until those announcements are made… Melvin Benn, Managing Director of Festival Republic and Founder and Creator of Latitude Festival has been giving some intriguing, mouth- watering clues about the possibility of a tasty new patch at this year’s festival. He says, “I am currently working on an additional exciting area for the festival to bring a new aspect to Latitude, which I hope will tickle the fans’ taste buds. Stay tuned to the website for more details!” If we were to read between the lines, we imagine that come July, we’ll be full with more than just the stellar line-up that Latitude’s become known for. With so much anticipation, keep an eye on their website, for all the latest announcements.


No sooner had we finished exploring the Norfolk coast with Norfolk and Norwich Festival’s 2012 installation project, ‘Walking’, that stretched in to the later part of last year, than we were gearing up for announcements on what the NNF 2013 programme might entail. Te wait was short-lived as a few headline acts were announced at the beginning of the year. After two dates that dazzled audiences at the Cathedral, How Like An Angel returns this year, bringing their aerial wizardry to the lofty heights of our most celebrated skyline attraction. Tere have been some awesome music announcements as well, with Mariza, the queen of fado coming to the city, and an unmissable show by Woodkid at Norwich Teatre Royal, which will take advantage of the grand stage by showing off the visuals that Woodkid made his name on. As always, you have an opportunity to get deep into the heart of NNF by volunteering for this year’s festival. Application packs are available on the website, and closing date is March 13th, so get in fast to be part of what’s bound to be yet another vibrant and exhilarating festival period.


You may or may not know, but every year, we here at Outline have a little something on the side. If you’ve ever stumbled upon, or happened a glance towards the goliath of the Norwich tattoo scene, Norwich Body Art Festival, we can proudly say that we made that baby with our dear partners, Indigo Tattoo Studio. Tis year, NBAF returns with some big news! Since its birth, NBAF has grown up in its family home of St Andrew’s Hall, but we have recently announced that we’re moving out, and into our new place! Te new venue, OPEN, has the same amazing advantages of being smack bang in Norwich City Centre, but also some other plus points that are sure to make this year the best yet. For kids, they can enjoy OPEN’s purpose built gaming area, comprising Xbox 360s, PS3s, Pool, Air hockey and Fussball. Te venue is open year-round for young folk, but for this weekend, NBAF young attendees will get to while away the time in there. Te OPEN club-room is also a major advancement for us, allowing us a license for amplified music for the first time, and a wonderfully framed stage with lighting and an electric atmosphere… With that in mind, and limitations stretched way beyond previous years, we wanted to ask you, our amazing public, what you’d like to see at this year’s NBAF. Answers on a postcard – or maybe an email to marked for Emma’s attention, will all be gratefully received. For all the latest gen on the convention, keep your eyes on, where tickets will soon be on sale. / March 2013 / 39

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