Posts Tagged ‘Norwich Arts Centre’

Futures at Norwich Arts Centre

Last week, the awesome Futures played Norwich Arts Centre, in support of their debut full length ‘The Karma Album’ (probably my favourite album of the year so far). Here’s a couple of photos from the gig.


Rise To Remain | Breed From Within | Norwich Arts Centre

This gig was at the end of a long day of photography, then guitar teching for my friends Fiorentina at Norwich Waterfront, before heading to Norwich Arts Centre to photograph Rise To Remain. I manage to get to the Arts Centre in time to catch the end of Bleed From Within, and get a few […]


Rolo Tomassi – Norwich Arts Centre

Rolo Tomassi have always been one of my favourite live bands to photograph, mainly because of the huge amount of energy they manage to maintain for the whole set. These photos were taken at their gig at Norwich Arts Centre back in May 2011.


Francesqa/The Dangerous Summer/TITTM at Norwich Arts Centre

Francesqa at Norwich Arts Centre (Jon Luton)

Photos of Francesqa, The Dangerous Summer and Tell It To The Marines from Norwich Arts Centre.


Young Guns / Flood Of Red at Norwich Arts Centre

Young Guns / Flood Of Red at Norwich Arts Centre

Young Guns
If you saw my photo blog of Young Guns from Hevy Festival you’ll know that Young Guns have been one of my favourite bands this year. Not only did they release one of the best albums of 2010, but that have toured constantly, entertaining crowds all over europe. The one thing guaranteed is a high energy show, and this night was no different. Great set. Support band Flood Of Red were also great.


Attack! Attack! + Straight Lines + Lost? + That Sunday Feeling

Attack! Attack! + Straight Lines + Lost? + That Sunday Feeling

Attack! Attack!
Norwich Arts Centre is one of my favourite venues to watch bands at, however, probably my least favourite to photograph at. Unfortunately, the lights are usually too dim, and so it relies on using flash to get any usable photos. Last night was another case of this. The advantages of the Arts Centre was that I got access to shoot bits of the sets on stage, allowing me to get photos of the drummers, which I wouldn’t usually get at other venues.