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Testimonials Karen from the Neutrinos


Peoplewouldcomeintothe PlayhouseBarandsay, ‘Got anyOutlineMagazines?’ It hasalwaysbeenthego-to


Jenny Alison


MarketingManageratCinemaCity


I'vehadthepleasureof collaborating withKevinandthe teamsince2006 andduring that time I'vemade some cherishedconnections with fellowarts lovers in the city, someofwhichare nowdear friends.That'swhyOutline, forme, has alwaysbeenmuchmore than a'What'sOn'magazine. It's a vital supportnetworkof everyone that's creating,promoting, showcasing, sellingandentertaining, inandaround Norwich.


“ Here's tothenext20years, cheers! GwynnLauren “ 46 / OCT-NOV 2021 / OUTLINEONLINE.CO.UK


magforwhat’soninNorwichanda neweditionwouldcauseaflurryof excitement.Who’sonthecover? That’s thebiggigof themonth.Crikey they’vegotaninterviewwithPublic EnemyorTuneYardsorMs Dynamite, that’sourOutlineteamthat is.Thenyouskipaheadtothe‘Caught Out’page, seeif thereisanyoneyou knowlookingstoopid.Seeifwhatyou hadbeentolastmonthwas thebest gigor seewhatyouhadmissed.Turn thepage, turnthepage, lookat the photos,ooooneverknewtheywere inaband.Readaboutwhat theyare upto.Findyermatesband, seewhat theyareupto.Lookat thereviews, readthebadones, thenreadthegood ones tomakeyoufeel lessguilty aboutenjoyingthebadones (bad reviewswererare, justusingpoetic licence).Seewhat’sonelsewhereto makesureyouliveinthebestcity. Readabout thelatestfilmrelease. Start readingthehoroscopes, lookat


I beganwriting forOutlineMagazine manyyears ago,whenIwas a fresh- facedtwentysomething. Iwas already working asaninterviewer for amusic TVchannel inLondon,butwantedtodo somethingmusic-relatedinmy hometownofNorwichtoo. I got to interviewGaryNuman,Cristina Scabbia (LacunaCoil),ChuckRagan(HotWater Music)andSkindred.Thereweren’t manyother writers covering alternative music soI gotmypickmostly,which was great! I alsohostedtheNorwich Tattoofestival, a livemusic showatEpic andgot tobe aguest editor foranissue (thankyouEmma).I alsogot tocombine twoofmyfavourite things - real aleand writing - as themag kindlygavememy


thecrossword,giveup,done.Put it in yourbag, thegiglistingsaregoodfora monthandthefolksathomewill read itandsothecyclerepeats…who’son thecover?Readthemaininterview, skiptoCaughtOut,bands, reviews, films,horoscopes,crossword,done.


Outlinehavegenerouslycovered whatmybandTheNeutrinoshave beenuptoover theyearsandtosee yourself inprint,especiallyonthe cover is importantvalidationfor puttingyourselfout there,putting yourheadabovetheparapetand facingwhatevercriticismorpraise maycomeyourway. I’mnot sureif theOutlineteamappreciatehow fundamentallynurturingand supportivetheyaretomusicians, to our senseofworthandbelongingto themusicscene.Outlineteamthank youandgoodluckwithgoingtotally digital.Perhapsyoucouldcreate somephysicalOutlinememorabilia, likeOutlinedoor stops,windowjams andOutlinecoasters forall those otherusesofanOutlineMagazine thatwewillmiss.


owncolumnreviewing beersandpubs which, thankfully,Norwichdoeswell. The aptlynamed‘Pint-SizedBlonde’ ran for awhile,until Imovedaway. Iwenton tobe the editorofGothicBeauty, the biggest gothic fashionandmusic publication,until it folded, as niche printedmags seemtobedoing these days. I will miss seeingOutline in the pubandcircling the gigs Iwant togoto, nowI will get usedtousing theQRcode totakeme tothe latest listings. Ihada lotof funworking with themagazine andother writers, someofwhomare stillmyfriends today,despite their constant badbehaviour (I’m looking at youJayandSmiley).








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