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ISSUE 181


JULY 2016


So it’s 2001. Not the space odyssey we were hoping for but the start of a new century (ish) all the same. Atomic Kitten, Dido and David Gray are providing the music, and we’re discovering the brand new iPod and X-Box whilst wearing our low rise jeans with our thong th thong thong thongs. At the cinema there’s Ocean’s Eleven and Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Te Office just started on TV and, lest we forget, the tragedy of 9/11.


And in that same year Outline Magazine was born. Born out a desire to fill you in on everything good that’s happening in our fine city, with interviews, where to eat and drink, what to see at the movies and theatres and EVERYTHING - even gardening columns and agony aunt pages. All for absolutely nought pence. We’ve been with you every month since then, and we hope we always will be cos we love you innit. Tank you for being devoted readers all these years – we can’t live if living is without you. We’d love to know what you think of Outline - message us via our website why doncha. Oh, and did I mention we’d love it if you could come to our party? Find out all about it on page 30.


In this our 15th birthday issue we’ve got interviews with Belly, Tinariwen, Skinnyman and Let’s Eat Grandma amongst others as well as the chance to win tickets to VW Whitenoise. We introduce you to one of Norwich’s biggest upcoming bands, Shiners, eat some grub at Cinema City and give you the lowdown on Te Neon Demon. Check out the both hilair and beautiful last 15 years of Norwich having it large in a special Caught Out too.


Finally, WTAF is happening with all the politics, man? We’re proud of you, Norwich, for keeping the faith. Onwards together, full of love for one another.


Here’s to the next 15, kids. Mine’s a rum and ginger beer. 14


Contributors to the cause include… Words>Wedaeli Chibelushi, Alex Cabre, Eleanor Knight, Bill Vine, Lawrence Malyon, Phoebe Perry, James MacDonald, Neil Marsham, Jay Freeman, Drew Smart, Louisa Teobold, Jack Hattam, Laura Moseley, Steve Plunkett, Nick Hobbs, Sam Haylett, Stuart Preston, Josh Whitmore-Lyons, Lenore, Jack Ted, Pavlis, Emma Garwood, Alex Dalgleish, Autumn Lewis, Adrienne Elliott, Hanna Huzel-Steele, Maddie Russell, Finley Kidd, Kelly Page, Mahalia Curtis-Lundberg, David Auckland, Annie Catwoman, Nawaza, Sass Holmes, Jessikart Pictures>Poppy Marriott, Harley Tedds, Daniel Clegg, Rus Ki, Rory James, Ana Soddy, Saffron Robinson, Kitsune, Lee Harper, Lauren Watson, Troy Grant, Becca Saunders, Andi Sapey, Claire O’Hara, Charlotte Robinson, Autumn Lewis, Alex Cabre, Jo Rice, Tayla Lungley Horrorscopes>Dr E Mann Liveline> David Auckland Audioline> BBC Introuducing Te Big Eat Out> James MacDonaldPint Sized Blonde> Lenore I Love Norwich> jessikart


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ALSO INSIDE


06 OUTSMARTED 08 HORRORSCOPES 20 WIN TICKETS 22 SAY WHAAAT? 24 CINEMA 32 CAUGHT OUT


4/ July 2016/outlineonline.co.uk


38 OUT THERE 42 ALBUMS 46 BIG EAT OUT 48 LIVELINE 50 FESTIVAL GUIDE 51 AUDIOLINE


RYLEY WALKER


26 LET’S EAT GRANDMA 18


HOT 8 BRASS BAND 44 SKINNYMAN


10 TINARIWEN 12 BELLY


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