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AN EPIC NIGHT OUT


After years of being known best for Trisha’s universal advice to all and sundry, no matter what their problems, to “buy a walkman” and “stroll away your problems” (did no one else notice that?), or the ghostly echoes of the famous Sale of the Century catchphrase, “And now from Norwich, it’s the quiz of the week.”, the old Anglia TV Studios has started making a name for itself, it’s new name, EPIC Studios. It’s been a good few years cementing its new identity, but the current team are proving their commitment with a regular line-up of events, including some knockout gigs. In November, there’s a plethora of performers, both old and loved names and new; it goes from the sublime to the ridiculous (in a very good way) with everyone from Brighton pop punks, Gnarwolves, to the multi-million album selling act, classical boy band Blake. Tere’s a few names that you thought you might have missed when they were at their height, but thankfully they’re still slogging their guts on the live scene – Te Buzzcocks, Te Meteors, Te Wedding Present… and for those that aren’t touring, there’s the next best thing, as tribute acts like From the Jam (ft. original member Bruce Foxton), Flash: a Queen Tribute, and Abba Reunion all play in November. For details on these, and all the EPIC shows, go to www.epic-tv.com. Read our interview with Gnarwolves on Outlineonline.co.uk throughout November.


2013’S NEXT BIG THING


After weeks of intense training, having been selected at random in a cruel, inhuman selection process, bands from variant corners of our region will be pitted against each other in an epic battle to the death, with one victor remaining, the sole survivor… Sorry, I got the plot of the Hunger Games confused with Future Radio’s Next Big Ting competition, which although is thankfully destined to be the complete opposite of the deadly championship, is bound to be EQUALLY as dramatic. In stark contrast to Te Hunger Games, NBT 2013, run in conjunction with us at Outline and its home venue, Open has reached its final by specifically choosing six finalist acts who’ve been championed by a host of judges at the semi-final heats. Sixty plus bands became 14, and 14 became just 6; Mega Emotion, Dr Clyde, Freyr, Koi Paraga, Unix and last year’s runners up, Te Tinking Men. Tis is a big deal for those competing acts, as previous winners have included a fellow you may have heard of – a certain Ed Sheeran, as well as Te Kabeedies and last year’s winner, Raevennan Husbandes. Te final will be decided on Sat 9th November, from 7pm in Open’s Main Hall, 20 Bank Plain. Tickets are £5 adv from OPEN, online from ueaticketbookings.co.uk and directly from the bands. Strictly 14+


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