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2017 FESTIVAL GUIDE


NORFOLK & NORWICH FESTIVAL 12-28 MAY


VENUES AROUND NORWICH


Ah, and if it’s May, it must be time for Norfolk and Norwich Festival, one of the oldest surviving arts festivals in the UK. After seven years at the helm, this will be director William Galinsky’s final year in charge. Once again the team are bringing a wealth of cultural and fun delights to our fine city in an attempt to entertain and educate us Norwichians (?). The super special Spiegeltent will be setting up camp in Chapelfield Gardens again, and you’ll see some great bands, cabaret, dances and kids activities therein, as well as the ever popular outside bar which runs til late and the annual Garden Party. Check out the breathtaking Museum of the Moon outside the Forum, spend the night at the Assembly House with The Arms Of Sleep, travel around in a cutaway bus in Rear View, discover some new writers at The Story Machine and the new Literature Tent, get avant-garde with Laurie Anderson and Philip Glass at the Theatre Royal, or spend a day experiencing the facets of the seasons in Summer. Autumn. Winter. Spring. There’s so much I can’t fit it all in, but do check out the full line up at nnfestival. org.uk. Remember they offer a limited number of £7.50 tickets for under 26’s where available. See you down the Spiegel yo!


PLAYLIST


LAURIE ANDERSON O SUPERMAN


GET THE BLESSING EINSTEIN ACTION FIGURE


NADINE SHAH FOOL


THROES AND THE SHINE SHAKE THE FLOOR


KANSAS SMITTY’S HOUSE BAND WARM EMBRACE


RED ROOSTER FESTIVAL 01-03 JUNE


EUSTON PARK NEAR THETFORD


Why slap my thigh and call me Betsy! Red Rooster’s back, championing the very best in RnB, Americana, Blues, Soul, Roots and Country. Get a true taste of the Deep South’s tunes, grub and culture. Located in the beautiful surrounding park and woodlands of Euston Hall in Suffolk, Red Rooster attracts music fans and families, creating an enchanting, laidback, non-pretentious, easy atmosphere, where families can enjoy lip-smacking authentic ribs and soul food by a campfire under the stars, or your whole kit and caboodle can get down and dirty to the raucous sounds radiating from the woodland’s main stage venue. There’s croquet, and paddling, and dancing, and beautiful grounds to explore. With a weekend camping ticket priced at just £55, and kids going free, what’s not to love? Already announced for this year are Nick Lowe, JD McPherson, Nick Waterhouse, Barrence Whitfield and the Savages, Danny and the Champions of the World, Guadalupe Plata and The Rockingbirds amongst many others. Find out more at redrooster.org.uk, and don’t fergit yr dungarees!


PLAYLIST


NICK LOWE I LOVE THE SOUND OF BREAKING GLASS


BARRENCE WHITFIELD & THE SAVAGES THE CORNER MAN


JD MCPHERSON LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL


DANNY & THE CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD CLEAR WATER


CALE TYSON CAN’T FEEL LOVE


30 / APRIL 2017 / OUTLINEONLINE.CO.UK


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