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  • Overview

    2018 sees Mercury-nominated Dinosaur back in action with some immensely colourful, new music - full of imagination and surprise. Led by BBC New Generation Artist 2015-17, trumpeter Laura Jurd, their highly anticipated second album Wonder Trail (to be released May 2018) sees the band further their exploration into the world of 'synth-pop meets jazz band' as they present a journey of mesmerising new compositions. Expect folk-infused grooves and glistening melodies - all tied together by a love for extemporisation and improvisation.

    Receiving a rare 5-star review in The Guardian for their 2016 debut album, Together, As One, the band have toured extensively in Europe and beyond at some of the world's most prestigious festivals including North Sea Jazz, Montreal Jazz Festival and Molde International Jazz Festival. In addition they have collaborated with some of the UK's most celebrated ensembles including the BBC Concert Orchestra, Northern Sinfonia and the Ligeti Quartet.

    Laura Jurd - trumpet, synth
    Elliot Galvin – synths
    Conor Chaplin - electric bass
    Corrie Dick - drums

    Supported by

    Chris Dowding (solo)

    This solo project by Chris Dowding creates a soundscape of shifting melodies and hypnotic patterns. These pieces are formed from poems, translated into melodies using an alphabet system devised with the band Natural Causes. Previous performances have included St. Paul's Sessions in London and Electroacoustic Experiments in Brighton.


    Albertine are a Norwich based collective performing improvised music.
    Making use of pre-prepared minimal stimuli, the group create soundscapes which span a spectrum from fragile moments of beauty to cacophony.

    Age: All
    Running Time: 100 minutes plus 20 minuet interval.

  • Bookings

    Tickets: £12
    Bookings: 01603 598646 / Online

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