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5th May Te Cut Open

19 May Am I Dead Yet? Norwich Arts Centre

It’s awkward to talk about dying innit? What’s living all about? What’s dying all about? Let’s have a chat about it yeah. Tis Live Art Club/NNF show features a couple of buddies talking and singing about what happens when we die, how we think about dying and most importantly, how some of us might be brought back. It’s performed by Jon Spooner and Chris Torpe from Unlimited, a collaborative theatre group who have been going for 20 years. If you’re not dead yet, make sure you get down to this show.

Te Cut returns to Open’s club room this month, with four of the very best local acts playing live for just £3 in adv or a fiver on the door. Catch Norwich’s own Riot Grrls Peach Club, young post punks Dog’s Dinner, Rory McVicar and his band and electro indie pop merchants Mega Emotion. Put together by BBC Introducing in Norfolk, Open and us here at Outline it’s a great night out celebrating new Norwich music, like a big old musical love hug between the bands and audience. Come check it out! Doors at 7:30, tickets available from Open’s website.

28-29 May Peripheral Festival Narborough Community Centre

26 May–05 June Norwich City of Ale All around the city

City of Ale is back for another round of celebrations of real ale in pubs and other venues all over the city, with an emphasis on local breweries and the wonderful brewing & pub heritage of our fine city. Norfolk has a multitude of micro- breweries and grows, arguably, the finest malting barley in the world. Follow the ale trail around 46 pubs all around the city, sample the wares of over 40 Norfolk breweries. Beer and cider festivals and other special events are being held at loads of pubs, and don't forget FEM.ALE at the Plasterers, celebrating women brewers. Sup up Norwich!

02/30 May Slackers Club – free cinema for students Cinema City

Tis month you students can enjoy two Slackers Clubs at Cinema City, and if you don’t know what it’s all about where the eff have you been? E4 Slackers Club is free to join and you get to go to special free screenings every month from classic movies to brand new releases. In May you can come see new horror flick Green Room, and on 30th May it’s Me Before You starring Emilia Clarke aka Khaleesi. To become a member, just need to take your nifty little NUS card or student card into Cinema City and sign up for free. Free films? Why the hell not.

Fancy chilling in the Norfolk countryside but also catching some of our county’s finest music? Head to Narborough Community Centre, 30 miles from Norwich, at the end of the month for the inaugural Peripheral Festival, run by Norwich promoters Ideal Surreal. With over 20 acts including Ducking Punches, Magoo, Witchers, Dr Clyde, Sink Ya Teeth, Dazy Crown and Birds of Hell playing on two stages you’ll be able to see all those bands you’ve heard so much about on our streets. And if your ears get tired you can always get down with karaoke, football tournament, games, a real ale tent and a Sunday breakfast en masse. It’s a mere £20 for the whole weekend and a fiver to camp. Tickets from Te Owl Sanctuary, Soundclash and Beatniks amongst other joints.

42 / May 2016/

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