Dominie Hooper

Castle and Marketplace

Dominie Hooper (Folk)

The Forum, Millennium Plain

12.50pm, 2.00pm, and 3.10pm

Dominie Hooper is a London-based, Dartmoor-born guitarist, cellist, singer & songwriter breathing new life into alternative music through seeds of alt-rock and British folk.

Following an incredible track record as a collaborator and session musician working with the likes of Tom Odell, 7X Grammy-nominated Yola, BBC Folk Award winner Ríoghnach Connolly, and Alabaster

Deplume, 2022 has seen the launch of Dominie Hooper’s ambitious solo venture.

Her debut EP ‘ANNO’ was described as “Beautiful, challenging, fruitful…captivating” (Liverpool Sound & Vision), and “confident and impressive” (Fatea magazine), and was triumphantly celebrated with a sell-out debut headline tour in June ’22.

Backpacking through survival, identity and self-discovery, Dominie Hooper’s music holds the listener with solidarity, optimism and infinite quantities of heart and grit. Through a voice that is at once arrestingly vulnerable and explosively fierce, this is a powerful landing with contemporary force, with rootsy British folk at it’s core.

Live, Dominie’s unexpectedly joyful stage presence makes you feel in the company of an old friend, and the connection between the musicians onstage is electrifying. Prepare for a hug and a punch in the gut. This exhilarating new artist will make an undeniable impact on the world of alternative music and beyond.


“Beautiful, challenging, fruitful, Dominie Hooper’s debut solo EP is captivating” – Liverpool Sound and Vision

“Gorgeously complex… compelling listening” –

“Stunning” – The Sunday Times

“Brilliant” – The Guardian



Norwich Business Improvement (BID) brings you a summer of FREE entertainment on a Sunday afternoon.

Across five stages in Norwich (The Forum, Gentleman’s Walk, Westlegate, London Street and St Gregory’s Green) every week from 30 July – 3 September, you can enjoy a range of entertainment, including street entertainment from Covent Garden Entertainers, jazz, folk, blues, dance and world music.

Find out about the whole programme here.