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Wet Nuns


personally speaking, Gravy have got 3 gigs this month, so that’s 3 busy weekends for me already! Please don’t misunderstand what I’m saying – I LOVE IT. After spending a bit of time in London last month (did I mention it was my birthday!?) I was feeling a bit low/pessimistic about coming back to such a small city. Tis following selection of gigs is more than half the reason I am already optimistic and happy to be in Norwich right now – yes it’s small, but it packs a weighty punch and for its size - it’s hardly boring!


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Let’s start on the 1st! I have heard rumours that Epic is keen to grow as a live music venue, and so they start March with a lovely gig to ease us in:


arch is MAYHEM! I mean,


Epic Presents – Cielo + Killamonjambo + T-Bone & the Hornon the1st… at Epic, in case you didn’t catch that!


OnSaturday 2ndit’s our first show, Gravy and TweeOFF! Presents - Wet Nuns + Psalms + Khanat Norwich Arts Centre!Wet Nuns are a lively andloud duo and the support comes from brand new band Psalms. Tis is the first show of the band that once was Fever Fever – DO NOT MISS IT!


We’re at theUEA LCRon Sunday 3rdfor Of Monsters and Men,but quickly back to Norwich Arts Centreon the4thfor a homecoming show for Norwich singer songwriter Jess Morgan!


On the5th it is possible for all of us to get our pop punk fix asYellowcardplay atTe Waterfront!


Tere are 2 mammoth shows going down on Friday 8th! First of all, Foals,who have got a new album what is right good, are raising the roof at UEA LCR,and then a newer act, but just as tasty,Bastilleis atTe Waterfront, also on the 8th!


Saturday 9th Marchis the next, second and final joint promotion what Gravy and TweeOFF! are doing. Tis time, it’s Concrete Knives + Poino + Harry George Johns atNorwich Arts Centre. Also on the 9th you’ve gotResonators + Solko + Freya RoyatOpen.


Next - two absolute gems are performing in the same building on the same night! It’s a midweek treat when Heart of a Dog + Milly Hirst play atTe Bicycle ShoponTuesday 12th.


On the14thyou’ve got a decision to make. It will be an easy one if you’re a Skunk Anansiefan LOL, because they’re playing at UEA LCRwith support from Beware of Darkness. However, over atNorwich Arts Centre, is 20-year old singer songwriter from Oxford, Lewis Watson– there are no wrong decisions!


AtOpen, Stornoway + Pale Seas play on the15th! Ten the next night, on the 16th,Spectro Presents Lapalux + Te Soft + Miles OttoatNorwich Arts Centre.Tere are also some marvellous performances in the bar, courtesy of Lleapp,and featuringJay Popop + Te Raw and the Cooked ft. Bill Vine + Laura Cannell & Andre Bosman.


Te next couple of nights are down by the river: on the 18thCancer Bats are at Te Waterfrontand on the 20th; it’sTeme Park + Chateauxin Te Waterfront Studio.


Friday22ndis the night of a Dumb Luck Presents show with Hello Bear + Madames et Monsieurs + Te Waxing Captors + Te


RP Murphys atBedfords Crypt. And on the same night it’s Dr Clyde + Raevennan Husbandes + Grazing Saints + Jack Pout + Roma Stanger, all at Open!


Faux Pas Presents Spring Offensive + Olympians + Heart of a DogatNorwich Arts CentreonSaturday 23rd, which sounds even more delightful asDan Tombs will also be playing records in the bar!


On the same night, the 23rd , Gravy Presents – Halo Halo + Bad Grammar + TBCat Olives. It’s the Bad Grammar single launch, and Halo Halo feature members of Trash Kit!


Finally, on the31stwe welcome, the folk heroes Cakes and Ale + Mari JoyceatTe Bicycle Shop.


HURRAH!


GRAVY’STRACKOF THE MONTH


'Low Planes' byPsalms.


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