08 April-20 August Record Store Day

We’ll be celebrating independent record shops across the world this month with the ten year anniversary of Record Store Day. Tousands of unique re-releases, specially recorded pieces and one off beauts will be for sale. Check out what’s coming out this time around at http://, see Paul at Soundclash if there’s anything in particular you want him to try to get in. Ten get down there early on the 22nd to grab some lovely vinyl! Tere’s only one Record Store Day a year but let’s continue to support our local independent record shops the whole year round, yeah?

29-30 April Trashersaurus Te Brickmakers

Is metal your thing? Catch a motherload of hardcore bands including Scimitar, Elimination, Lifer, Blackened Ritual, Back Down Or Die, Codex, Vendetta, Divine Chaos and loads more at Te Brickies’ annual two day Trashersaurus festival. Tere’s also stuff to keep the kids happy with a bouncy castle, face painting and BBQ. Tickets just £20 for the weekend or £12 for a day ticket.

21-22 April Zombie: A Musical Norwich Playhouse

From the creators of Jack Te Ripper: Te Pantomime, Norfolk’s very own original comedy stalwarts Spooky Kid Productions are back with Zombie: A Musical. Combining scientists, the undead, corporate greed and a good old sing-song, this highly infectious, acerbic comedy musical promises laughter, absurdity and just a little bit of gore for good measure. Age 16+. NB In case of an actual zombie breakout in Norwich, let’s head for the Castle Keep yeah?

09 May Rattle Open

Got a child? Like to dance? Of course you do. Grab your tickets for the next very special ids disco at Open before they sell out. Te ever popular Rattle events are bloody brilliant for young and old - the special fancy dress theme this time around is JUNGLE. Massive. With messy play, snacks, a bar for the grown ups, superfun decorations and just plain old boogie larks aplenty, don’t miss it. Keep up to date on their Facebook page.

12 April-03 May John Scarratt: 13 Futures Norwich Arts Centre

Over the course of 12 episodes (and one Christmas special) TV show Black Mirror has painted a fascinating and often worryingly believable picture of the future. From points-based relationships to the digital afterlife, the show continues to offer up predictions of where technology is headed and what the consequences might be. 13 Futures by Norwich graphic designer and illustrator John Scarratt, presents 13 original posters inspired by each episode of the hit show. See it at the Arts Centre Mon-Fri 1-5, and Sat 10-6. Terrifying and brilliant, just like the show. Brooker would be proud.

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