Norwich Arts Centre has a legacy of showcasing musicians and bands before they go on to bigger (and in the cases of Nirvana, Oasis and Coldplay – massive) things. Situated in the City Centre, it offers a superb opportunity to see such talents in refreshingly intimate surroundings.
An independently run venue that has entertained Norwich for more than 30 years, the Arts Centre was redeveloped in 1999 and has since gone on to establish itself as a major venue for live music in the region, popular with artists and audiences alike.
A packed annual events programme that covers everything from Blues to Big Band and Folk-Rock to Afro Pop makes Norwich Arts Centre a fabulous asset to the Norwich – and East Anglian – live music scene.
Norwich Arts Centre Cafe Bar offers a wide range of alcoholic, non-alcoholic, hot and cold drinks and snacks. They also have a wide range of spirits, wines and locally sourced ale. The Cafe Bar is open to the general public during Saturday daytime, so go along and experience Heather’s World Famous Veggie Burgers and sandwiches while taking in the free daytime events.
Cafe Bar Opening Times: Sunday-Friday from 7pm (Ticket holders only) and Saturday daytime when an event is taking place.
NAC OPENING HOURS
General telephone and in person sales:
Monday – Friday 1pm – 5pm
Saturdays 10am – 6pm
Sundays / Bank Holidays – Closed (unless a performance has been booked).
(Tickets are available for evening performance sales up until 10pm).
Online booking available at www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk.
Visit the mobile-friendly Norwich Arts Centre website for a full, up-to-date list of what’s on.
Norwich Arts Centre.
St. Benedict’s Street, Norwich, NR2 4PG.
Tel: 01603 660352 (Box Office).