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Gary Numan
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Gary Numan – LCR, Norwich

With no support before him, the room filled slowly for Gary Numan, but 5 minutes before stage time the queue was still expansive. Various generations of fans packed tightly into the Nick Rayn’s LCR and there was a pint-fuelled tension in the air.
Pleasure Inc
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Pleasure Inc. – Voodoo Daddy’s Showroom

A sea of mullets and cigarette smoke greeted us as we arrived at the venue on a very rainy Saturday night. This, in my opinion, was a sure sign of a great show. In the heart of Norwich, Voodoo Daddy's is an eccentric dive bar nestled among various shops cafes and bars, much like the trinkets on the shelf inside the restaurant. The venue's top level was crowded, and my friend and I had trouble locating the door to "the showroom".
Yard Act
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Yard Act – UEA, Norwich

The “post-punk poster boys”, Yard Act, kicked off their ‘Dream Job’ tour in Norwich on Wednesday. Recently reviewed by the local rock legend, The Darkness’ Justin Hawkins, he called them “f*cking awesome” and praised lead singer James Smith’s lyricism as “bullet-proof”. The fans were left with no doubt that this show would be “ace, top, mint” etc.  
Echo
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Echo & The Bunnymen – Norwich UEA

The iconic image of post-punk is maintained by Ian McCulloch and his cohort on their sold-out tour.  Echo and the Bunnymen kicked off the second night of ‘Songs to Learn and Sing’  by announcing a two-part set just an hour before doors opened – much to fans’ delight!