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YOU’RE INVITED TO OUR BIRTHDAY PARTY!


Yep, Outline turns 15 this month, and we’re putting on do for y’all at our friends’ Te Owl Sanctuary on the 23rd of July.


Meet your favourite Outline reviewers! See some incredible local musical talent! Slap us on our collective back and buy us a pint!


To entertain you, we’ve hand picked some of the best musicians that Norwich has to offer, including some stalwarts of the local music scene as well as some new kids from the block.


Enjoy beautiful and original acoustic guitar and vocals shenanigans from Chad Mason and Milly Hirst


Luke Peter Foster is an upcoming spoken word artiste and his beats and flow are superfly


Sink Ya Teeth haven’t been together long but my god they’re good and strong


You remember Deftex right? Chrome & Illinspired are rappers with the illest flavours known to Norwich.


Graceland include members of several previous Norwich bands but make a powerful rock statement of their own


Pete out of Sargasso Trio is Birds of Hell, intriguing,


Tickets are a mere £5, available from Te Owl Sanctuary’s website, or on the door on the night. Tere’s limited space though so get there early, peeps! Doors open at 7.


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challenging and melodic, playing with a band specially for tonight


Magoo have been going for years and getting better every minute. With several albums under their belt they’re bound to wow you.


Our headliners are Te Vagaband, Norwich’s own amazing ‘get up and shake a tail feather’ band.


Te fun don’t stop there, brothers and sisters. Oh no. We’ve got some of the best DJ’s in Norwich spinning discs for your dancing pleasure. No Half Steppin’ will bring the old school golden era hip hop , and Hot Damn will make you get up offa that thing with some funk and soul treats.


Check out our exhibition of you exhibitionists from a selection of Caught Out photos through the years, and we might even have some tasty birthday cake for you to munch on.


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