Organised by Norwich BID (business Improvement District), Head Out Not Home is a fantastic programme of summer events, on Thursday evenings on a number of ‘stages’ around the city centre from 4 July to 29 August, 4.40pm to 8pm.
This week Sistema Norwich are playing with the Vagaband, Thursday 1 August 2019 plus
16:40, 17:50, 19:00
London Street : Jester
Jester is a comedy juggler and an all-round entertainer
17:00, 18:10, 19:20
Westlegate : The Vagaband Orchestra
For the penultimate performance in Sistema in Norwich’s Arts Council funded ‘Performance Project’, they bring their collaboration between the Colegate Nucleo Orchestra and the Vagaband to Head Out, Not Home.
17:00, 18:00, 19:00
Upper Close Green, Cathedral grounds Sonic Youths present Leon O’Leary
Leon O’Leary is an indie-folk singer-songwriter from the Suffolk Coast in England, growing up surrounded by pine forests and the wildness of the Suffolk coast at his doorstep. Leon performs and writes with the influences of artists such as Ben Howard, Bear’s Den, David Gray, Sam Fender, James Bay and Bruce Springsteen. He has had tracks played on BBC Music Introducing in Suffolk and has recorded live at the world-renowned Decoy Studios.
17:00, 18:10, 19:20
Gentleman’s Walk :
Ben Grizzly and the Loose Leaf Drifters
The Loose Leaf Drifters are a wandering line up of multi-instrumentalists led by songwriter Ben Grizzly playing off-the-cuff untraditional Norfolk Country Blues.
17:10, 18:20, 19:30
St Gregory’s Green : The Rabbitts
The Rabbitts are a British folk duo composed of Odhran and Lucy, whose music is gentle, fun and riddled with natural imagery. As a couple the pair draw inspiration from their relationship, as well as old folk music and the new places they travel. The Rabbitts are both Environmental Science graduates and aim to translate their love and care for the planet through their nature-inspired song writing. #honh
Check out the website for the programme for the next few weeks