The Norwich Arts Centre
Norwich Arts Centre is a diverse venue playing host to live music including pop, rock, blues, folk and jazz as well as theatre and comedy throughout the year.
The Waterfront is a venue in central Norwich which hosts gig nights for national and international artists and also holds regular club nights. It is close to the riverside, so the central location makes it easy to get to from central Norwich. Many leading indie bands began their careers playing music here.
The UEA (University of East Anglia)
The UEA LCR is a standing room only venue which has a capacity of 1550. Dating back over 30 years some of the acts to have played the UEA include; Duran Duran, Coldplay, Manic Street Preachers, Eurythmics and Kasabian.
t. 01603 508050
The Assembly House
In the heart of Norwich city, this fine Georgian house is a leading venue for the arts, concerts and exhibitions. The Music Room is already host to the University of East Anglia Music at One lunchtime concert programme where young talented music students experience a public performance in one of the premier concert locations in Norwich.
Norwich Theatre Royal
The Norwich Theatre Royal offers the very best productions from the world of drama, dance, opera, musical theatre, comedy, music and shows for the young and young at heart including the annual pantomime.
Cinema City is a superb venue showing world-class opera and other musical events live on their big screens. Annually Cinema City is one of the venues for the world class Norfolk and Norwich Festival spectacle, sensational soundtracks and some cunning thematic links to other elements of the Festival programme.
Dragon Hall is an outstanding example of a medieval merchant's trading hall - a combination of warehouse and showroom - built about 1430. The beautiful and atmospheric Great Hall provides an intimate setting for a variety of performances and activities such as music, theatre, poetry, comedy and dance.
The John Innes Centre
Norfolk and Norwich Chamber Music promotes a series of classical chamber music concerts from September to April each season. The main series of concerts is held at The John Innes Centre, which has a modern 300 seat concert hall, ideally suited to chamber music acoustics with comfortable seats, excellent sight lines and free parking. There are also some concerts at other locations in the City.
t. 01603 621169
Other music venues
Norwich Cathedral, St Andrew’s Hall, St Peter Mancroft, Norwich Playhouse, The Forum and Norwich Castle Gardens; all host musical performances throughout the year. At St Andrew’s Hall you will see artists such as the Academy of St Thomas, Keswick Hall Choir and the Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra. At Norwich Cathedral the Norwich Baroque.