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20-21 March TOTEM pop up kitchen Te Rumsey Wells


Ever tried African food? Well now, here’s your chance. Munya, the main man behind Norwich based enterprise Totem is both a great chef and passionate about bringing African inspired food to Norwich. Tey plan to run workshops in Norwich about African food, music, heritage, cooking techniques and culture. Totem will be cooking up some amazing traditional African dishes at Te Rumsey Wells this month for two days only. Howzabout a Mozambican prego steak roll or veggie Beenie wraps? Or something really different - Sumaki wa ku kanga, fried fish from Kenya? Totem will be grilling up a storm; you can book in advance or just turn up for some good eats.


www.rumseywells.co.uk


14 March Dirty Rotten Disco Club presents Te Reflex Te Talk


Do you cats like disco like I like disco? Te Reflex, the London based French dude, is the disco remixer to beat all disco remixers. Nile Rodgers is a fan, as are Disclosure, Nightmares on Wax, Kruder & Dorfmeister as well as Kid Creole and probably his Coconuts. He uses sounds from the original master tapes to breathe new life into soul, pop and disco classics. His imaginative arrangements and intricate editing make for a fresh sound that will have you getting your boogie going on Te Talk’s massive dancefloor. With support from French Kriss, John FD and Dirty Rotten Disco Club DJ’s this is bound to be a superbad night . Right on!


Bleep! Workshops for 14-18 year olds Te Garage


19 March Slacker’s Club Cinema City


Love the movies? Can’t afford to go ‘cos you’re a student and spent all your dough on books and booze? Check out the Slackers Club, a free-to-join club for all you students. Set up by E4 and Picturehouse Cinemas, it offers members the chance to attend very special screenings every month; brand new E4 shows, classic movies or a sneaky peek at a film yet to be released. And the best part is, they’re free! Just take your nifty little NUS card or student card into Cinema City and sign-up for free, or call 0871 902 5747 to find out more. Te next Slackers Club film will be Te Voices on Tursday 19th March at 9pm. A dark comedy about a likeable guy (Ryan Reynolds) pursuing his office crush with the help of his evil talking pets - but things turn sinister when she stands him up for a date.


www.picturehouses.com/cinema/Cinema_City


Are you interested in making and performing music? Does the cost of musical equipment put you off? Or are you bored with the sounds that your existing gear can make? Te Bleep! workshops will gently guide you through the process of building your own instruments using very cheap electronic components. No prior knowledge of electronics is needed, and no special skills are required - anyone can take part. You‘ll learn how to perform with your instruments as you build them and work together on group improvisations, compositions and live interactive video. You might even get to show off your new skills in a public concert at the Norwich Arts Centre! Get more info by emailing bleep@esarn.org.


www.thegarage.org.uk


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