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ISSUE 191


MAY 2017


So! Mother May I? It’ll be full on sunshine and bank holidays and festivals in Norwich this month, so sort your shorts and get out there to rinse it ahhhhhht just like you do. The summer starts here (small print: good weather not guaranteed by Outline Magazine).


There is, of course, a load of good stuff happening, like the Gaming Festival at the Forum, Fem.ale ‘s beer festival at the Plasterer’s and of course the oldest arts festival in Europe, the Norfolk & Norwich Festival bursts out into bloom once again all over the city for us all to enjoy. Did you know there’s a sleepover at the Assembly House with a choir singing to you during the night this year? We spoke to one of the creators, and also took a peek through the Adnams Spiegeltent’s velvet curtains to see what’ll be going on in that mirror world of dancing, drinks and dry ice.


Gigwise, get down to the live sounds of Texan bad boy James Leg, doyenne of hip hop Speech Debelle, 90’s indie kids Echobelly and The Kooks, Brooklyn’s finest OG Big Daddy Kane and Norwich’s own nu-soul star Mullally – we chatted to them all and you can read the results right here. Will the new Alien film be most excellent? Most probably, but see what we reckon along with guides to another two local festivals, a whole load of album and DVD reviews, a taster of what Woolf & Bird can tempt you with and competitions to design The Wildman’s new sign and bounce along to Clean Bandit at Thetford Forest.


Crikey. We’re too good to you Norwich. You ought to be kissing us all over our purty faces every goddamn minute of every goodamn day. Hand on heart we’re head over heels in love with this city, and just want everyone to have a good time all of the time. It’s your city, you krazy kids, so Yes. You. May.


Til the breakadawn.


14.


SPEECH DEBELLE


CONTRIBUTORS Words James MacDonald, Alex Cabre, Emma Noyeaux, Nick Hobbs, Maddie Russell, Kelly Page, Chris Hambling, Jack Hattam, Davd Auckland, Phoebe Perry, Paul Jenkins, Neil Marsham, Jacob Lilley, Emma Garwood, Mo Ameen, Jon Seymour, Wedaeli Chibelushi, Erin Bashford, Stuart Preston, Richard Shashamane, Jay Freeman, Callum Gray, Deborah Cleland-Harris, Adrienne Elliott, Lenore, Jonno Woods, Beverly Devakishen, Steve Plunkett, Lawrence Malyon, Alice Mortimer, Huw Churchman, Felix Taylor, Barley, Simon Holmes, Michael Gardiner, Troy Balmayer. Pictures Jo Rice, Kitsune, Rus Ki, Charlotte Robinson, Saffron Robinson, Daniel Clegg, Teo Jones, Lauren Watson, Emma Noyeaux, Ana Soddy, Lee Harper, Andi Sapey, Autumn Lewis.


Te Fat Controller Kevin Maddams / kevin@outlineonline.co.uk Editor Sales


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26. 4 / MAY 2017 / OUTLINEONLINE.CO.UK


20. THE KOOKS


24. BIG DADDY KANE


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ECHOBELLY 36.


JAMES LEG ARMS OF SLEEP


06 OUTSMARTED 18 FESTIVAL GUIDE 30 CINEMA 32 CAUGHT OUT 34 BIG EAT OUT 38 OUT THERE 42 MULLALLY 44 SAY WHAAAT? 46 AUDIOLINE 48 LIVELINE 50 ALBUMS


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