There's loads going on around the city that you might be interested in – have a look at the community events below.
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What's coming up....
Norwich Community Choir - friendly choir for anyone who loves singing, no auditions
Formed in 2008, Norwich Community Choir promotes, through singing, a sense of well being and a feeling of belonging to the community. People come to our fun friendly choir simply because they love singing. There are no auditions and you don't need to read music.
If you want a polished choir this is not for you but if you want to have fun and create a beautiful sound then come and try us - your first two sessions are free. We sing music from around the world including gospel, spirituals, contemporary, sacred and secular. We perform regularly at charity and community events in Norfolk.
Regular events and clubs...
Norfolk Knitters and
Stitchers - 1 September
Come along to the Silver Road Knit and
Natter from 10.30am to 12.30pm at the Silver Road Community
Centre, Silver Road, Norwich.
All age groups welcome and you don't have to be an experienced knitter. Help and guidance
will be given to those new to knitting and there is plenty of free knitting patterns and a ball of free wool to the first 10 people to arrive.
Norfolk Knitters knit for charity and knitted items go to local, national and
international organisations for those in need. For more information contact Jane Page (01603 429360) or Elly Reynolds or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Jazz workshop - 12 September
Gillian Potter wants to start a community jazz group and has orgaised a one off workshop to see what the response would be like. It is being run by Geraldine Evans at the Norwich Professional Development Centre on Woodside Road between 10am to 1pm and costs £5 to attend. Find out more here
Jumble Trail - 20 September
A jumble Trail is like a car boot sale but on your street, communities coordinate to set up stalls outside their houses to sel bric-a-brac, toys, vibnrage clothes, cakes etc.
Our trail is a mile radius within the NR1 area between 10am to 4pm.
Stalls cost £5 each, vendors can sell any unwanted, legal items. Funds raised
will promote the event, and any profit will support community events at the
local Pilling Park Community Centre.
UEA Choir, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra Auditions - 2-5 and 28 September
UEA’s popular Choir and Symphony Orchestra are looking for new members to join them for their 2015-16 concert season. As well as our two established societies, this year UEA Music Centre is launching a brand new UEA Chamber Choir. If you are a keen singer or orchestral player, please come along and audition!
UEA Choir, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra are open to all UEA staff and students, as well as members of the local community. UEA Choir, directed by Tom Primrose, welcomes singers of all abilities and levels of experience. Some experience of choral singing is preferable for UEA Chamber Choir member, which will offer a chance to perform unaccompanied repertoire from different styles and periods of music. Please see the attached audition flyer for further information. UEA Symphony Orchestra, directed by UEA Director of Music, Stuart Dunlop, welcomes players of ABRSM Grade 6 standard or above.
If you are interested in joining either UEA Choir, Chamber Choir or Symphony Orchestra, please contact email@example.com
to arrange an audition. Auditions will take place on Friday 25th September and Monday 28th September in the UEA Music Centre.
Norwich City Council is not responsible for the organisation of any events and activities listed on this page, or of information provided about them. For more information about anything on this page, please use the specific contact details provided alongside each listing.