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28 June Where You're Meant to Be + Q&A and live music from Aidan Moffatt Cinema City

Cult-pop raconteur, former Arab Strap frontman and all round Scottish legend Aidan Moffat sets out to explore Scotland’s past by rewriting and touring its oldest songs. But he doesn't count on running into 79-year-old force of nature Sheila Stewart, a travelling balladeer who upturns his assumptions. He believes the old songs are ripe for updating. She does not. With Stewart's wrath ringing in his ears, Moffat embarks on a road trip that finds him dressed for battle in a Highland graveyard, caught between feuding monster hunters at Loch Ness, and singing in a dismissive farmer's kitchen – before facing Stewart in his home town of Glasgow for an unlikely final showdown, in this funny wee film about music and death. You can engage director Paul Fegan in a Q&A afterwards, and, delightfully, Aidan himself will be performing an acoustic set. Starts at 8:30. See you there.

01 June SPIEL : KlangHaus in Conversation Norwich Arts Centre

Continuing their series of artist talks, SPIEL presents KlangHaus in Conversation. Local musicians Te Neutrinos and Sal Pittman, NAC associate artists, are well known for their award- winning, site-specific show, KlangHaus, part gig, part live art installation, part architectural chronicle. Te collective will be in conversation at Norwich Arts Centre talking about the rhyme and reason for taking their work off the stage, out of the gallery and how Te Butcher of Common Sense changed their lives forever. It starts at 8 and is pay what you can. Let’s celebrate our local music.

"Te most inventive presentation of music I have seen in 25 years of gig- going" - Te Guardian

03-05 June FEM.ALE III Te Plasterer’s Arms

In the third year of bringing you the finest Brewster brews and local women in music to Te Plasterers, FEM.ALE III kicks off this month. Enjoy 35 beers exclusively brewed by women, Voodoo Daddy's Pizza all weekend and awesome local riot grrls Peach Club playing live on 6th June. On Saturday there’re discussions with women from the beer industry, academics from UEA and local activists on gender in beer, pub and club culture. Or how ‘bout a Meet the Brewster beer tasting with Belinda Jennings from Woodforde's? On Sunday the Plasterers will be dedicating their film screenings to stories about badass women and there’s an art and zine fair too. DJ’s will abound the entire weekend. Te Plasterer’s is defo the place to be 3rd-5th June.

02 June Te Garage Slam

SLAM nights are one of Norwich’s longest running open mic events, run by young people, for young people. Tey give a stage to talented local musicians, singer-songwriters, dancers, comedians and more to share their love of performing with other young people. As a group, Te Garage Youth Forum plan every aspect of the event including design, publicity, looking for performers, the sound and light tech, and some even get on stage themselves. Te night includes the legendary scratch round where brave audience members get two minutes on the stage to perform. Interested in performing? Contact the team on 01603 283382. Admittance strictly for 12-21 year olds, cheap entry. Norwich kids, do your stuff.

June Teatre Royal

June is a supercalifragilistic month at the Teatre Royal as Mary Poppins floats in. Co- produced by Disney and top global theatrical impresario Cameron Mackintosh, it’s a spectacular show with a lavish set, stunning costumes and wicked dance numbers. Now for something completely different; the Mod era is celebrated in All Or Nothing June 9th-11th. It tells the story of four lads who became Te Small Faces and aims to capture the vibe of the Lambretta generation. With a soundtrack of the band’s biggest hits and a celebration of all things Mod, the show heads to the city directly from a hugely successful London run. Get down wit yo bad self at the soul celebration show Dancing In Te Streets on June 7th, check out the launch of a solo tour by West End and touring theatre favourite Samantha Barks on June 8th or treat yourself to a feast of magic and illusion from Britain’s Got Talent favourite Jamie Raven June 21st. Nice job Teatre Royal.

28 / June 2016/

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