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St Andrews and Blackfriars Hall stands central, having been a focal point of the Creative quarter since the 14th century. Crypts and Cloisters, cafes and bars, the old and new. Norwich University of the Arts brings new ideas and youthful exuberance to an area of such historic significance. This is a hub of culture and creativity.
The Creative quarter is one of the largest districts in Norwich with something hidden in every nook and cranny. With two theatres, bars and pubs, restaurants and an array of Norwich’s most cutting-edge shops. This is all alongside the buildings of huge historic significance. Blackfriars Hall is home to the country’s most complete medieval friary, which is just one of an assortment of reasons for its incredible status amongst English architecture.
Follow the river to the East and you shall find yourself walking through some of Norwich’s most beautiful streets, through both nature and history. Beautiful green space and the winding river is interspersed with St James Mill, picturesque pubs and feats of architecture both old and new.
The Creative quarter is aptly named as it is home to Norwich University of the Arts. One of the jewels of the city, just walking along St Georges Street you can see the incredible work being done through the windows of the Guntons building. And in yearly exhibitions and shows you can truly see the immense creative talent within the city.
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